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Before you begin
The plcc32 BIOS chip is of type SST _________ (s.o. pls fill in) of which you need a spare pre-programmed piece.
A8N-sli deluxe, an "nforce 4 sli" board probably shares the same pcb design with more solder pads populated (pls cnfirm), and is also out of stock mostly. Supporting more recent A8N boards is considered, but there is no confirmation about any one already working.
currently PS/2 keyboards do not work, but USB keyboards do.
single DIMM support only
Building the payload
Current status of the LBv2 tree
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