Originally posted by bwkaz
Most recent BIOSes (I don't know if Epox's is included, but ... maybe) have a boot block option. It's only enough code to get the CPU and a floppy drive initialized, but if you have another computer (and it sounds like you do, considering you're posting here ), then use it to make a bootable floppy that's just DOS formatted, with an autoexec.bat that runs the flash program with the right BIOS version.
What happened when you tried flashing it? Did you lose power in the middle of the flash, or did you hit ctrl-alt-delete to reboot or something before it was done? That's the only way I've ever heard of a BIOS flash failing...
your first method I have tried but does not work
second method is difficult because it is hard to get the bios chip out without special tools
I change another motherboard,but they have the same bios version
nothing happened during my bios flash process(I have do this several times in other computers)
besides the method to downgrade the bios,is there any safer one to get the openGL working??