I have used flashrom (version 0.9.1+r736-1 from Debian testing) to program the latest BIOS into my ASUS M2N-E mainboard. According to flashrom, erasing and programming the BIOS chip was successful. However, after rebooting the machine wouldn't fire up again. It powered up but there was no sync signal on the VGA/DVI connector, also no reaction to keyboard input. Fortunately, I could restore normal operation by resetting the CMOS settings. The computer worked fine again except that the hardware network address had changed to an arbitrary value so that I couldn't connect to my local network at first anymore. I think, however, that the MAC can be restored with the AWDFLASH.EXE flash utility which has an option called "/MAC:" (haven't tried yet, network works fine after matching the MAC on our local DHCP servers).
Thus, it would be nice if you could update the entry in the flashrom wiki with two footnotes on the ASUS M2N-E:
 If the machine doesn't come up again after flashing, try resetting the CMOS.  Hardware address of the onboard network card might change to an arbitrary value.
Especially  should be put as a footnote because despite the fact that it is *always* recommended to reset your CMOS settings after flashing a new BIOS version, the machine usually still comes up again after flashing, prompting with something like "CMOS checksum error or invalid settings".
I just want to provide flashrom users with as much information on possible caveats as possible.