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Lately, some users have come across the well known error message when updating BIOS ms 6156. There are several factors that can cause this issue. We will talk about this below.
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I added an extra 160GB Western Digital HD, but it doesn’t show full performance, only 32GB. Maybe my computer has details #
Star microphone MS-6156Version.1.0.B.X.7
NEC Desktop Computer Number: Model NO. READY 9950
BIOS being used # 26/02/99
BIOS Type Number in American Megatrends
BIOS ID 61-1104-001169-00101111-071595-440BX / Zx-1440B000
OEM Registration Number A6156P5 v2.0 022699
# INTEL Rev 440bx / zx 3 Chipset
Operating System: Windows XP Version: 5.1.2600 Low CPU Service Pack: Pentium III 500 MHz Max: 600 MHz
BIOS ROM Input Connector: None BIOS ROM Size: 256 KB
Memory capacity: 256MB memory
Slot 01: 128 MB memory Slot 02: 128 MB
The total capacity of each newly added hard drive may not be displayed: Western Digital 160GB. Only 32 GB is displayed. I think I need to update BIOS which supports high HD capacity. We really appreciate the quick response with the new BIOS update
thanks a lotNavnit K. Kothari
I generally asked for a new biography. I’m not afraid to kill the car, because I thought a lot about updates. I really don’t want to waste money because I only want to use it when I see the boot machine.
with the file to be downloaded from the first link i. This is usually a fairly straightforward process, but I’m not sure I would do it on every machine if I said it myself.
Basically I downloaded the recording. Unzipped and saved my boot disk on it. I then ran the program according to their instructions and it seemed to work fine, apart from a lot of strange messages. Anyway, I have the option to always boot my computer, so it looked good. Can you keep the old BIOS (which I would recommend) while running so that when something wears out, you don’t have much of a problem reversing the old BIOS.
I think I upgraded to version 1, but I can’t be sure as my computer seems to be making different versions … Motherboard said style is 1, so write down what that was…
Finally, I inserted a new complex disk into the machine and started it up. I have looked through most of the bio trying to recognize the new disc to no avail. I am also going to evaluate 30 concerts with friends tonight and see if I got it right. I’ll tell you how I’m doing tomorrow.
- Jan 12, 2016 11:00 am
- Stockholm, Sweden
I have one of these MSI 440BX message boards that comes with the AMI and also for the Award BIOS, MS-6119 with a special one.
Mine was the AMI version. Since I prefer the And Award, the harder version available is much newer than the AMI version, I chose “Cross Flashing”. Works like a perfect charm, no problem with each of the ˜ €
Upgrade the replacement chip that I initially went wrong with. While a hot flare itself may be more risky, it’s a good idea to keep it safe It’s a dangerous way not to bet on award bios. After checking the functionality, I flashed the original chip in the usual way.
Edit: you can also add that Awdflash 7.Bundled 83 will not work with the latest Award BIOS. I had to reset 7 to 70. Your board may be similar, most likely very similar to mine.The software to fix your PC is just a click away - download it now.