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Unfortunately its *.usf thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

Can you post a link to it? I might be able to get it to work.

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Can you post a link to it? I might be able to get it to work.

Here you go, http://download.lenovo.com/ibmdl/pub/pc/pccbbs/thinkcentre_bios/5cjt77a.zip

EDIT, replaced the link with a zipped download instead of a executable. Just a bit cleaner that way.
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Wow, even though I won't try it, this is pretty epic. Hopefully in a half dozen years someone does the same thing with 1155 and 1156. tongue.gif

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Here you go, http://download.lenovo.com/ibmdl/pub/pc/pccbbs/thinkcentre_bios/5cjt77a.zip

EDIT, replaced the link with a zipped download instead of a executable. Just a bit cleaner that way.

Wow, I've never seen a BIOS packaged like that, its just a bunch of files. Do you have the .usf you mentioned earlier?

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Wow, I've never seen a BIOS packaged like that, its just a bunch of files. Do you have the .usf you mentioned earlier?

Try this, http://www.mediafire.com/?jnmqzr66a50mnn2

EDIT, just in case your able to figure it out my E5440 is a EO stepping SLBBJ.
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Try this, http://www.mediafire.com/?jnmqzr66a50mnn2

EDIT, just in case your able to figure it out my E5440 is a EO stepping SLBBJ.

Hmm, CBROM won't open it. When it boots, does it say if it has an award BIOS or a Phoenix BIOS?

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Hmm, CBROM won't open it. When it boots, does it say if it has an award BIOS or a Phoenix BIOS?

Yeah, its a Phoenix.
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Yeah, its a Phoenix.

Alright, I was using the wrong tool. I will give it another shot tomorrow after school.

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Does anyone know if it is safe to clean the bottom side of a processor with alcohol? For whatever reason my Xeon came with TIM caked on the bottom of one corner. I dont see why you shouldnt be able to do this without any consequences but i thought id make sure first.

Yeah, she'll be right mate, could probably get away with just rubbing it off with a coffee filter even.
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Alright, I was using the wrong tool. I will give it another shot tomorrow after school.

Thanks TB13, I appreciate it.
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