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March 20, 2013 5:07:14 PM

Does anyone know where I can find bios update for motherboard ecs 945g-m4? (is for NEC MACHINES but I can't find anything on nec site).

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a c 75 V Motherboard
March 20, 2013 5:10:40 PM

www.ecs.com.tw

here you go

EDIT: as this is an OEM the bios may only be available from the OEM , so make sure its the proper bios before trying to install.
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March 20, 2013 5:22:36 PM

Are you sure? The motherboard I mention is Veracruz (945G-M4) PDI Rev B motherboard. Not the 945GCT-M (V1.0).
Here you can see it on NEC http://
and on ebay http://
To find drivers is very easy. But for BIOS allow me to not be so sure.
Actually is ECS, no matter if on ebay some say MSI by mistake.
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a c 75 V Motherboard
March 20, 2013 5:27:50 PM

Supereyes said:
Are you sure? The motherboard I mention is Veracruz (945G-M4) PDI Rev B motherboard. Not the 945GCT-M (V1.0).
Here you can see it on NEC http://
and on ebay http://
To find drivers is very easy. But for BIOS allow me to not be so sure.


as is the reason I edited the post (edited before your post by the way) to just link you to the ECS web site for you to search through. The link I originally clicked on said your board but i soon realized it was the wrong board so i edited the link to be just there site.

Do a search, this is the company that made the board and please reread my original post.
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March 20, 2013 5:31:33 PM

Thank you anyway.
I will try to contact with both NEC and ECS.
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July 2, 2013 7:18:37 AM

you've probably sorted yourself out already, but in case you haven't... the 945g m4 was used in nec's "iSelect d6610 machine" the original - and only, as far as I know - version of the bios is here:

http://www.nec-computers.com/support2/pib.asp?platform=...

The thing is, I bought this board myself 'cuz it was meant to support some of the early Core 2 Duo cpu's... but this original bios (v69) doesn't include any of the microcodes for those chips, and even after hacking the bios and inserting those microcodes manually I can't get the board to POST with any e4000-series core 2 duo's (it runs a pentium d 945 no problem).

If anyone knows anything about what one needs to do to get it to run c2d's I'd sure be grateful for the info...
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