OEM WL810 Bryant mainboard

OEM WL810 Bryant mainboard

Post by Eric Gisi » Sat, 08 May 2004 03:26:23

I have an Intel DL810 OEM mainboard, for which Intel provides no support other
than a manual.

I see it is the same one of Gateway's boards (Bryant) except the first PCI
slot is AMR, and mine boots with the Intel logo. Are they compatible?

I have a BIOS from gateway I am curious about. Instead of a single 128KB
image, they have a number of smaller ones with BIO/BBO file types. How does
this work?

I would like to add the LSI SCSI bios. Is there documentation for Iflash or
other utilities that could do this?

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I just upgraded my old ASUS P4S8X mainboard with a new
P4C800-E Deluxe and faced some problems with this as I
carried my OS over to the new MB.

The bundled WinDVD Suite refuses to install stating that
the mainboard installed is not the new P4C800-E Deluxe. I
contacted ASUS and they told me it's in the Microsoft
registry keys ...

Does anyone know how (well, the responsible keys ;-) to
remove the old Mainboard informations left in the
registry? I removed all previous MB Drivers and also all
P4S8X related registry entries (as far as identifiable by
containing the text P4S8X ...)

Any help is highly appreciated, as reinstalling my system
would cost me several days ...


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