Reply by June 10, 20072007-06-10
Michael A. Terrell <mike.terrell@earthlink.net> pinched out a steaming 
pile of<466AE488.44D532DB@earthlink.net>:

>"&#2013266087;&#2013265921;&#2013266172;hw&#2013266084;&#2013266083;f" wrote: >> >> Now then. They wouldnt "send a BIOS chip" since that isnt how you
"fix" them.
>> If the chip can be re-flashed that would be the way to go. >> >> Otherwise you replace the mobo since trying to de-solder a chip and
replace it
>> would likely damage others in the process. > > ><http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-
details.asp?EdpNo=2949323&CatId=1569>
>shows it in a socket, but it takes a special extraction tool and >expensive adapter to program it off the motherboard. > >
Well there you go :) Try flashing it first before you go prying things off?