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Is the BIOS chip soldered or is it in a socket?

If you got a socket version then the easiest thing to do is ordering a new chip which has been already programmed with your desired BIOS version.

http://www.bioschip.com/
    
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Yea i was just about to say, if your bios chip is removable just get a replacement, its always handy to have an extra chip laying about, then you can hotflash your skrewed up one and youll have 2 working ones, if its soldered in rma is the best thing to do. You can send it to these bios repair people, obviously wont be free like an RMA, but could be quicker.
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ouch, what happened that made it fail?
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