If so, all you need is that chip from the motherboard maker.
My bet is it will cost about the same price as the entire board.
Can someone tell me what's involved in replacing a currupted bios chip on a motherboard? Is there any special tools that are needed. I have a SOYO KT333 Dragon Plus motherboard that I tried to update the bios on, and it has appeared to have failed. I can't get my system to boot up. I even tried resetting the bios using the reset jumper on the motherboard, but this did not work. I have ordered a new bios chip from Soyo. I'm just wondering if this is something that I could probably do myself or if I'm going to need to take it to a professional to do. Any help would be greatly appreciated.