[LinuxBIOS] IBM Netvista n2800

michaelqiu1981 at voila.fr michaelqiu1981 at voila.fr
Wed Dec 20 19:25:11 CET 2006

> Message du 20/12/06 à 13h46
> De : "Jon Dufresne" <jon.dufresne at gmail.com>
> A : michaelqiu1981 at voila.fr
> Copie à : "Stefan Reinauer" <stepan at coresystems.de>, linuxbios at linuxbios.org
> Objet : Re: [LinuxBIOS] IBM Netvista n2800
> > What is a socketed BIOS chip? I can only identify there are two ISSI chips like BIOS, they are:
> > IS61LV6464-6TQ
> > IS61LV256-12J
> A socketed chip means there is a literal socket that the chip fits
> into. If the chip is socketed you are able to pull the chip out of the
> motherboard. The alternative is that the chip is soldered directly to
> the motherboard. If it is soldered it is very difficult (but not
> impossible) to remove.

It's soldered unfortunately.

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