Hi, I am seeking an answer to an apparently obscure question. If I install coreboot on my BIOS (UEFI motherboard) and the computer fails to boot, can I reset the BIOS flash to its default image? I've read about possibly changing jumper positions or removing the BIOS battery, but I can't seem to establish if these are sure-fire ways of restoring the original BIOS flash image. I'd like to attempt to install coreboot on a motherboard that doesn't appear to be coreboot-supported, but only if I know I can completely undo this. Is the default BIOS flash image preserved somewhere on a ROM chip or can it only be restored with special equipment? I definitely do not want to end up with an unusable machine. Thanks!