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Reply 100 of 109, by SETBLASTER

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Horun wrote on 2019-09-19, 02:40:

Since I own a VS440FX and MU440EX and will try to DL all the "Legacy" last BIOS and post to usenet somewhere.
I cannot find any of the BIOS thru their ftp so may not get all the old boards listed as will have to DL thru their support website.

horun . did you manage to get all stuff for a MU440EX motherboard? i just got one of those and i cant find anything on the web for it. since it has an integrated ati rage and also integrated yamaha chip. pentium2 tho it looks very nice board. can you share the drivers for it?

Reply 101 of 109, by PC Hoarder Patrol

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Think most of it is available here

ftp://oisellerie.org/drivers/Intel/MU440EX/

I downloaded my copies direct from Intel last year - this was what was on the page at the time

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Reply 102 of 109, by SETBLASTER

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PC Hoarder Patrol wrote on 2020-05-08, 19:37:
Think most of it is available here […]
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Think most of it is available here

ftp://oisellerie.org/drivers/Intel/MU440EX/

I downloaded my copies direct from Intel last year - this was what was on the page at the time

Intel MU440EX Support Files.jpg

thanks for the image screenshot, i wish i had done something like that on all the Aopen boards and soundcards before aopen deleted everything.

now this was strange because intel site didn´t have ati rage drivers for win95
and looking online , i found another site that do have the drivers for ati rage win95

https://rebyte.me/en/intel/124362/

Reply 104 of 109, by PC Hoarder Patrol

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Depending on your boards AA / PBA revision level and with the latest BIOS for whichever version that is (beginning 4M4uE0X1 or 4M4UE0X3), up to Slot 1 PII 333MHz (although it may support the 533MHz Celeron Skt 370 on a suitable slocket adapter)

Reply 105 of 109, by rawrau

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Hello! I hope I am not too late... I have an Intel DH77EB board and now that I wanted to add a modern GPU I was supposed to update the BIOS from the stock 053. However, upon finding out about these news, and after visiting Intel's site for recommendations, the method for updating the BIOS via recovery failed.

Is there any chance someone here saved all BIOS versions for all board and happens to have them?

Since I can't update from 053 to 103 directly using the recovery method, I think the only way to fix this is flashing all the individual updates one after another, but that won't be possible without all the .BIO files

Please, someone help me with this!

Reply 106 of 109, by PC Hoarder Patrol

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This looks like the complete bios revision history upto v0103

http://cwcyrix.duckdns.org/intel-legacy-files … eleaseNotes.pdf

Haven't checked that they have every one, but DriverGuide seem to be hosting quite a few of the versions

https://members.driverguide.com/driver_search … www&gqm0=dh77eb

EDIT: You might find a few more versions here

https://fr.pcdrivers.guru/intel-r-desktop-boa … 2.html#download

Reply 107 of 109, by rex89

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rawrau wrote on 2020-06-28, 05:05:
Hello! I hope I am not too late... I have an Intel DH77EB board and now that I wanted to add a modern GPU I was supposed to upda […]
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Hello! I hope I am not too late... I have an Intel DH77EB board and now that I wanted to add a modern GPU I was supposed to update the BIOS from the stock 053. However, upon finding out about these news, and after visiting Intel's site for recommendations, the method for updating the BIOS via recovery failed.

Is there any chance someone here saved all BIOS versions for all board and happens to have them?

Since I can't update from 053 to 103 directly using the recovery method, I think the only way to fix this is flashing all the individual updates one after another, but that won't be possible without all the .BIO files

Please, someone help me with this!

Hey Buddy,

Did you manage to update your motherboard Bios? I have the same motherboard model and wanted to upgrade my GPU to the latest one.
Please share the Bios file/files which worked for you and also a little help note will be appreciated.

This will be my first time when I'll be upgrading my Bios. I've attached an image to showcase you my current Bios version. As far as I remember I've not updated the bios to date.

@all If anyone has the same model and can share the files and few notes to take care while upgrading will be appreciated.

Your help will be highly appreciated.

Thank you.

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Reply 108 of 109, by penguinponics

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Got 101 off driversguide which feels sketchy enough but it worked. I see there are or were several attempts at getting all the BIOS's. Has this been accomplished? Do they need a more permanent home? I could host them for the next several years. I'm also an Intel reseller and put in a request with them to at least list the BIOS updates since many of the newer boards support UEFI but often need to be updated for things to work properly. HOPEFULLY they'll do that at the very least.

Reply 109 of 109, by lamer_joe

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Hi there
I found that if you find your product on the intel site (e.g. https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/p … ard-dg31pr.html) you could then take the url and place it in the wayback machine (http://web.archive.org/) and choose the last date that the product page was updated(in my instance 2nd September 2019) before 22 November 2019 then you can go to the “Downloads and Software” section and retrieve the drivers/bios/manuals that you need.

As another example I saw that DH77EB was being looked for - http://web.archive.org/web/20190901154639/htt … op-Board-DH77EB
Hope that this helps... sorry if it is a repost