Reply 11620 of 26791, by mikeyp
I've ordered replacement BIOS chips for my Toshiba T1850C notebook, PLCC 32 pin sockets and have put an offer in on a fairly decent hot air soldering rework station. This is phase 1 of the project to resurrect it with a new hard drive. I want to make the soldered BIOS chip socketed and modify the BIOS to support more than just the whitelisted ones. This will be easier if I can use my programmer rather than utilities in DOS with a (potentially) unreliable floppy drive.