ptltd - 60400d0 bios upgrede for intel 865 ibm mother board

Intel D865gvhz desktop motherboard - 865...
April 8, 2012 at 00:28:05
Specs: Windows XP, 2.66.
ibm intel 865 mother board bios version ptltd - 60400do how to up grede bios

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April 8, 2012 at 00:45:35
You will only get the BIOS from IBM (Lenovo), it is an IBM customised motherboard, so will need to know what IBM model of computer it came from:

Googling is quicker than waiting for an answer....

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April 8, 2012 at 12:39:20
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If the mboard has an IBM or Lenovo bios version, you can't use bios updates on the Intel web site for the D865gvhz mboard if it's listed there, because doing so may make your mboard unable to boot after you have flashed the bios with an Intel supplied bios version.

For an IBM or a Lenovo computer
Find your specific Product number and tell us what it is:

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WHY do you think you need to upgrade the bios version ?

Flashing the bios is the riskiest thing you can do with a computer. You should NEVER take the risk of flashing the bios unless you have a legitimate reason to do so !

Upgrading the bios version CANNOT.....
- fix problems you DID NOT have with the present bios version previously
- increase the max size of ram modules the mboard can recognize
- usually, cure problems the bios has recognizing certain specific memory modules
- fix problems regarding the bios recognizing a cpu (processor) that is NOT listed as compatible with the mboard model.
- fix problems that are NOT listed in the release notes for any bios version newer than your mboard already has.

If your problem is the mboard isn't recognizing the full size of the total of all ram modules you have installed, or if the mboard does not boot at all when you have a specific ram module installed but it does when a different module is installed, at least one of your ram moddules is NOT 100% compatible with using it in your mboared model.

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