> Everything looks good, except that when I boot, it ignores > the eepro100 code and boots normally again. > > What is supposed to cause the eepro100 code to be executed? > > This is on an Asus MES-N NLX motherboard. > > Any help will be greatly appreciated. Hm, it seems to me, that the ASUS-NLX boards dont work that way :-( I testet it with such a board too, but it didn't work. May be we should set up a list of boards which work fine that way and which not. I set up a webpage (in english :-)) with the tools needed (awdflash, cbrom) and the succeess (or not) story of some boards I tested: http://goe.net/anleitungen/award_board.html Success with: SLOT 1: - gigabyte bxc6 (2Mbit Flashrom, enough space in flash, intel bx) - yakumo (QDI P2MEX, intel ex, 1Mbit flash, but with some code removed - OK) - chaintech (6ESA2, intel ex, same like yakumo) Socket 7: - PCChips 585LMR (Via-Chipset, 100Mhz, Sound, Davicom 10/100Mbit, graphic on board, 2Mbit Flash, enough space, but no etherboot driver for davicom 9102 chip, worked well with rtl8139) - PCChips M577 (ALI-Chipset, 100Mhz, Sound on board) Failed with: SLOT 1: - ASUS P2L-N (NLX, intel-lx, ATI graphic, sound on board, 2Mbit flash, enough space) Socket 7: - older yakumo (Y586VX, intel vx, 1Mbit flash) Mail me yout experiences and I can add them to the list to get a more detailed picture of this operation. So long, Dirk =========================================================================== This Mail was sent to netboot mailing list by: Dirk von Suchodoletz <firstname.lastname@example.org> To get help about this list, send a mail with 'help' as the only string in it's body to email@example.com. If you have problems with this list, send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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