You could always use uniflash, It will flash just about everything.
Quoting Corey Osgood email@example.com:
On Tue, 2007-02-27 at 14:00 +0100, Uwe Hermann wrote:
I've had the serial cable setup a couple years ago & working but was having problems flashing any builds to my bios chips as it seemed, at the time, Intel had masked the BIOS to prevent flashing unless it was first unmasked. (Unknown if the current flash script in V2 works and/or MTD finds the masked BIOS chip on my Tyan 1832DL or 440BX boards.)
I think I'm seeing the same thing, flashrom doesn't seem to be able to see the BIOS chip (although it does find the northbridge correctly). So I'm using a windows 98se boot floppy without the ramdisk, with dos-mode USB drivers, award's aflash, and a usb flash drive that I'm using to transfer built bios' with. I'd almost say it works better than flashrom, since I don't need to boot a full linux system to flash, but that's just my opinion (and this situation).
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