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    Default BIOS issues

    As I was the last person to post a new thread on here over a year ago, I'll do my thread for 2022

    Nice video from vswitchzero on what to do if you have a potentially dead G100 or G200 card - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWfLuFG9_D8

    Hope everyone's doing well!

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    Steve

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    I remember calling Matrox to Canada (then international calls were super expensive) about G400. They told me to make floppy and flash it.

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    Matrox support just never ends here

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    Quote Originally Posted by UtwigMU View Post
    I remember calling Matrox to Canada (then international calls were super expensive) about G400. They told me to make floppy and flash it.
    Funny that now the reply would be: f-l-o-p-p-y ?
    Back then it was: 5.25", 3.5" SD or 3.5" HD
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    Yeah but that would be like around 1990. I was one of very few among friends who had 5.25 drive in 1992. G400 was 1999. 5.25" floppies were extinct then.

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