On 6/9/07, mr at ramendik.ru <mr at ramendik.ru> wrote:
> Can anyone do this, preferrably in Limerick but also anywhere in the RofI?
> Or where do I look for this?
Well, I've never been in touch with professionals in Ireland doing
this. That being said, if you find someone with the same motherboard
as yourself, the operation is simple (but risky), you just need to
boot from the working motherboard, swap the CMOS chip and flash it
back. I've done that a few times and it does work (tm).
Again, please note that it is a risky thing to do as any damage to the
working CMOS chip will then leave you with two bricks for the price of
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