^ concur (You poped in as I was typing)
Normally I do not recommend - In your case it's only $10 and time.
(1) Most motherboards us multilayer circuit boards which means that the solder has to flow into the hole to make connection to traces you can not see.
(2) Probably the best way to remove old IC is to carefully cut the IC out, then desolder and remove the individual pins. New to use a solder sucker and/or desoldering wick.
(3) Use a low wattage solder pencil, NOT a 100 Watt solder gun.
Now for the 24K dollar question, How do you know it's the BIOS chip, IE did you brick it doing a failed firmware update??