even if the main chipset is exactly the same, the I/O chip may be different. Perhaps a problem with PHLASH.exe or platform.bin I have tried two different versions of PHLASH but i extracted platform.bin from imp_glve_101.exe the Windows BIOS update program for the Motherboard. It will create a pure MS-DOS boot disk without any extra config.sys or autoexec.bat. Reply With Quote Quick Navigation BIOS/Motherboard Drivers Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Drivers by Category BIOS/Motherboard Drivers CD-ROM/CDR(-W)/DVD Drivers Digital Imaging Internet weblink
When done, flash the BIOS according to instructions in section "4.1.2 Updating the Phoenix Phlash16 Utility. Report • #28 Tubesandwires February 9, 2011 at 11:26:37 "...then thought it would be a good idea to update the BIOS,..."It wasn't such a good idea was it? I can access the BIOS but first i want to replace it and then work on trying to get it to boot up hard drive. dylpkls91 wrote: > Thanks to both posters.
Spider View Public Profile Visit Spider's homepage! If you use a bios bios update for a brand name system bios version with a SIMILAR mboard that has a retail mboard bios version, or visa versa, that can result It has the PHLASH.EXE flash utility (NOT PHFLASH) , PLATFORM.BIN, and a D00A.ROM file . Report • #12 PadraicM February 7, 2011 at 10:07:43 @TubesandwiresI am booting from the floppy, without the floppy i only get a black screen with top left flashing cursor, i can
Windows ME startup floppies load himem.sys whatever you do as I found out trying to run Goldmem memory tester after booting from a Windows ME floppy. To print the manual completely, please, download it. See More ↓ #4 wanderer February 7, 2011 at 08:17:58 make sure there is no config.sys or autoexec.bat files on the diskette. I even got the same error after I used a gparted LiveCD to > completely erase my hard disk (leaving only raw, unpartitioned space). > > Does anybody know why I
I typed PHLASH /? > A:/SWITCHES.TXT (press Enter) to make a text file on the floppy - switches.txt - that has the output text of the result of typing PHLASH /? Cannot Flash If Memory Managers Present I don't know of any reason a HD activity led would flash after Windows was Shut Down, unless the computer was in Standby or Hibernate mode, or possibly you have the E.g. Obviously it's not actually detecting himem.sys.
You should now have a full fledged bootable bios disk. I downloaded the BIOS updater disk creator from http://www.bios-drivers.com/drivers/124/124261.htm and booted into it, but before it could do anything an error popped up. Hard drive led flashes after shutdown? "Are you sure it's the HD activity led and not the Power led ? Optionally you can make an Autoexec.bat file on the floppy with a line that starts the flash utilty.
The computer must recognize the floppy drive and flash floppy as being bootable. Thanks for the Thanks. Cannot Flash If Memory Managers E.g. Emm386 Present It said: "Cannot flash when memory manager (eg HIMEM) is present!" I know that there is a himem.sys file in Windows, but the updater floppy boots into DOS to run. If the program detects any of these utilities, the program reports a failure and terminates.
Wireless and Wifi Forums > News > Newsgroups > alt.comp.hardware BIOS updater refuses to load! http://nyfreewifi.com/cannot-flash/cannot-flash-if-memory-managers-himem-present.html Xaxaji5710-14-2013, 11:47 AM should I flash the original bios with windows, after the reboot take the EFX_111.WPH file from the bios mod and copy to winflash64, enable 'Disable Axx swaping automatic HIMEM) are present Phoenix BIOS - phlash Cannot flash when memory managers ( e.g. You solved my problem!
Pennsylvania Posts: 52,631 OS: Win7 Would help to know the brand and model of the board, some old Dell servers required removing all but 1 stick of ram. __________________ BSOD Posting Reply With Quote March 4th, 2005,01:20 PM #3 TheCardMan View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Nov 2000 Location New York, USA Posts 241 I tried the F5 part When you are not sure whether they've been cleared, you also load Bios Defaults after flashing the bios, otherwise, the contents of the Cmos part of the bios and what you http://nyfreewifi.com/cannot-flash/cannot-flash-when-memory-managers-e-g-himem-are-present.html HIMEM) present" sovem10-14-2013, 11:08 AM (10-14-2013, 10:43 AM)Xaxaji57 Wrote: [ -> ]error message "cannot flash if memory managers (e.
Sign up! Recently I upgraded a Win98 B142 Lifebook to Windows 2000. Just use Format (RIGHT click on the A drive to find Format) in ME or 98SE or 98 to FULL Format a floppy and select Copy system files, or similar.If you
Report • #24 PadraicM February 9, 2011 at 04:39:41 WINDOWS XP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :-)THANKS A ZILLION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!GOD BLESS YOU!!!!!!!!!!I did exactly what you said and HEY PRESTO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Listen man i'll pray for you!!!!!! This insures that no unnecessary files will load into memory. Usually flashing the bios does NOT clear the previous Cmos contents, and that can cause problems if the previous cmos contents do not match what they should be for the bios To avoid conflict with disk caching programs, the program checks for VCPI, DPMI and XMS.
On the View menu, click Folder Options. When BIOS flash is over it will show message and beep, then reboot. 06-05-2009, 05:36 PM #7 convict0 Registered Member Join Date: Apr 2009 Posts: 160 OS: xp From what I found the problem could be that you are using an xp boot disk. http://nyfreewifi.com/cannot-flash/cannot-flash-if-memory-managers-present-himem.html Extract phlash16.exe, AUTOEXEC.BAT, OEMPHL.EXE, OPTIONS.BAT, 1.bat, 2.bat and BIOS.wph to a 1.44 floppy diskette. 2.
Are you SURE you have the GLVE motherboard ?Look at the pictures here:Trigem Imperial-G/GV/GL/GLVE Mainboardhttp://www.e4allupgraders.info/dir1...If your mboard is NOT GLVE, there's no guarantee the bios update will work !The only other You solved my problem! If CTH has helped you, please consider liking and sharing us on Facebook Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... However, in the past year or so it >has exhibited some little quirks that I suspect might be BIOS-related. > >I downloaded the BIOS updater disk creator from >http://www.bios-drivers.com/drivers/124/124261.htm Does it
or ME Startup disk is made in Add or Remove Programs, and has many more files on it, for preparing the drive with Fdisk and Format, and for supporting a CD Broken broom » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118> 10.0.0.2> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All times are GMT -7. Highly recommend a ups be connected before flashing.Answers are only as good as the information you provide.How to properly post a question: Sorry no tech support via PM's Report • #5 Meanwhile, I broke down and called Fujitsu tech support today....
I will confirm that I am using a true win98 or 95 floppy. Many people think flashing the bios is something they should do even if there's no particular reason to do it, and many think doing that will cure a problem they're having I really need a BIOS update. The phflash program cannot find those files !Otherwise, you can set 2000 or XP, or previous operating systems, to show all hidden files on the floppy, as I explained in response
Report • #21 PadraicM February 8, 2011 at 16:35:54 Thanks a million, sorry i did not tick "Hide protected operating system files" so that was why i couldn't see them, just Trying to upgrade the BIOS on my ol' Fujitsu B142 from what's installed now (v1.02) to the newest version I found on the Korean Fujitsu support webpage, v1.03. If you can't see hidden files in XP....Go to Control Panel - Folder OptionsClick on the View tab.Click on the circle before Show hidden files and folders to show a dotIt's Report • #6 PadraicM February 7, 2011 at 08:39:05 But i can't find them on the floppy, i can't find config.sys autoexec.bat on the it, are they hidden files?
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