|Try this first, may work 3% of the time. Power off computer and remove ac plug. Press power button a few times then try again. If fails also then try this. Power off and remove ac plug, press power button a few times then either remove cmos battery or reset bios with the reset jumper. (see owners manual to be sure) . Then try again.|
I'd doubt you can buy a single pre-programmed chip.
It may be possible for a techie with some geeky hardware to burn in a new bios to either that chip or another new chip.
NEVER flash a bios just because you feel like it. This is why.
You would be better off trying to find a replacement board if the maker doesn't offer a failsafe bios.
CN should have limited that name to grasshopper1 or some other than caps.
1/3 of highway deaths are caused by drunks. The rest are by people who can't drive any better than a drunk.