Correct me if I'm wrong here guys, but using the CD-R method for flashing (LINUXBIO.BIN) will always flash Bank 0, regardless of what mode you are in. This is a safety measure to prevent you from flashing one of the Cromwell bioses by accident, right?
Whenever my bios goes bad (another subject altogether), I switch to Mode 3, boot to Cromwell (Get blue flash LED), then insert the bios CD which flashes Bank 0. Then, I switch to Mode 0, which boots up the bios I just flashed.
If there is an easier way to do this, then somebody please tell me.
Now on another subject, using this exact method, I can't seem to get Evox D6 to flash. That is, the method seems to go through just fine, but rebooting (in Mode 0) brings up the MS logo, then EvolutionX dashboard. Things get even weirder after that.
Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?