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Old 11-07-2007
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Exclamation DRIVER NEEDED: Acorp 694TA (Windows 98)

Guys i need BIOS for Acorp 694TA motherboard
I`m getting a BIOS ROM Checksum error all the time! Should i update the BIOS?

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Device Type: BIOS / Motherboard
Manufacturer: Acorp
Model: 694TA
Interface: Other
Operating System: Windows 98
Age of Device: < 2 years old

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Old 11-09-2007
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Default Re: DRIVER NEEDED: Acorp 694TA (Windows 98)

Is that all it says is just: "BIOS ROM Checksum error"? There's no additional writing on the screen like:

BIOS ROM Checksum error
Detecting Floppy drive A media

If it says something like "BIOS ROM Checksum error", it's serious. ROM= Read Only Memory ... that's the part which isn't changed by the setup routines, or by auto configuration. There is a checksum stored with it. (All BIOS extensions, like those in the ROMs in video cards etc use the same system).

The BIOS configuration data are stored in battery backed "RAM" (read/write memory), and a new checksum is calculated and written into it when you use the Save and Exit option. Any error message when the checksum doesn't agree with the data will not mention "ROM".

Has it always done this or is it a new problem that recently developed? Have you made any hardware changes in the machine like install a faster cpu or install a larger hard drive? And most importantly, have you attempted to update the bios before now by using a boot floppy disk?

Have you tried installing a new cmos battery to see if that fixes the problem?

You might want to read the info on this page: [url][/url]

It won't hurt to try to update the bios providing you haven't already. After all, what do you have to loose?
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