|The way you've explained it, I don't know if you followed my instructions correctly or not? And I don't know what you mean by "Normally higher space use"? I don't know if you're not doing it correctly or the stupid eSupport BIOS has mucked things up. I don't know why you went with a 3rd party BIOS vendor? You screwed yourself by doing so, not to mention you paid for something that should have been free. In the future, stick to the motherboard manufacturer's BIOS.|
OK, let's walk thru it. You created floppy #1 (WinME boot disk) & floppy #2 (BIOS file & flash utility), right? The BIOS file is 030808S.ROM, not 030808S.EXE, right?
1. boot from WInME boot floppy. Select "Minimal Boot" from the menu & wait for the A:\> prompt to appear.
2. eject floppy #1 & insert floppy #2
3. at the A:\> prompt, type AMINF342 & press ENTER. What happens at this point? If the AMI Flash Utility window pops up, it's just a matter of following the on screen prompts. If there's a discrepancy (AWARD vs AMI), this is generally where you'll get the error message & the Flash Utility won't be displayed.
The Flash Utility should look similar to this: http://img.tomshardware.com/us/2001...