I didn't think anyone would want it, with all of the BIOS images out there, how would I go about doing that?
I have three BIOS images from 5 old boards (not counting the PCs over the GHz mark). The two boards that don't want me to copy are the IBM 486 (proprietary BIOS) and the Packard Bell (AMIBIOS which doesn't want to flash, setting or different to others?). I can't even find the BIOS on the board of that thing! The Packard Bell program has a BIOS image which is in parts - I can't tell what it is. I prefer a single 384K file dump which can be cut to 128K
The 3 dumped BIOSes (all Award ones so far):
Epox P55-IT board - 95/08/04
The above Gigabyte board - 97/03/19
Pentium Pro board (unknown model) - 97/04/15 (not a 586 of course!)
I also have a couple of things (possible bugs or not) to add, if they're not already known (Win32 build):
(both) Insert key (unthrottle/fs11 mode) is enabled even in full keyboard emulation mode.
(OldUI) The File Selector seems to be missing a backslash so files selected come up mounted as "C:\diskimgWin98SE.ima", notice the lack of the \ before the Win98SE part. It creates an unformatted 360K disk image of that filename as well.
(OldUI) Pressing Tab in the File Selector (directory list) locks up MESS.