For a succesful flash, disable both internal and external caches
For all versions the Flash-Chips has to be manufactured by SST, Winbond
or Atmel (which I use).
intel or AMD-Chips will need other versions.
These BIOS's are basically running the board.
There is another drawback. No BIOS does assign an IRQ to any PCI-card.
This is working if you only have an VGA. You will get problems with
Lan or SCSI-Cards.
The 09/15/1998 M919 is running Win95 and Win98.
Supports up to 7.5 GB HDDs and gives manual control over the second
It is also Y2k compliant.
You cannot control the game-port via the setup. You'll either have to use
AmiSetup, disable/enable it with the old bios or disable it and use
an additional card.
The Power Management is not working proper.
Once fully fallen asleep, I was unable to awake it.
At the moment I would recomment No. 1 until I find a better one.
The other versions do have problems shutting down windows, but may work
with other OS (e.g. Linux) well.
This is a small tool, which was made for the PCChips M919.
If your PnP-Soundblaster makes troubles, you may try it.
NOTE: I can't be responsible for the accuracy of this information, nor can
that you'll be able to solve all of your problems. Further, you must
understand you do any modifications at your own risk.