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====SOIC hardware hack====
====SOIC hardware hack====


If you have an SOIC revision, you can add a second SOIC chip in the unpopulated position, and use a switch to toggle between both chips. Instructions can be found here [http://linuxbios.org/pipermail/linuxbios/2007-September/024395.html here], and here are [http://stuge.se/lb/m57sli/ some photos]. These instructions have been [http://www.linuxbios.org/pipermail/linuxbios/2007-October/025827.html confirmed], with more photos [http://illmeyer.com/hg87/ here].
If you have an SOIC revision, you can add a second SOIC chip in the unpopulated position, and use a switch to toggle between both chips. Instructions can be found here [http://linuxbios.org/pipermail/linuxbios/2007-September/024395.html here], and here are [http://stuge.se/lb/m57sli/ some photos]. These instructions have been [http://www.linuxbios.org/pipermail/linuxbios/2007-October/025827.html confirmed to work], with more photos [http://illmeyer.com/hg87/ here].


====flashrom====
====Flashrom====


Flashrom works fine under the proprietary BIOS (PLCC32 version). There seem to be some issues under LinuxBIOS (PLCC32 version), see this  [http://tracker.linuxbios.org/trac/LinuxBIOS/ticket/87 this issue tracker ticket].  
Flashrom works fine under the proprietary BIOS (PLCC32 version). There seem to be some issues under LinuxBIOS (PLCC32 version), see this  [http://tracker.linuxbios.org/trac/LinuxBIOS/ticket/87 this issue tracker ticket].  

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