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You should run a bios update from a floppy disk booted into DOS, a win98 startup disk for example. There should be plenty of room on the startup disk for the bios flash program and the bios image. It's not going to use any of your extended memory, just the Dos memory under 1 meg. You can type mem from a dos box to see how much memory under 1 meg you have now. Programs that load in Autoexec.bat might use up some of this memory, but when you boot clean from the floppy you should have enough to run the update. Save the old bios to a file (you can put it on the hard disk) if it gives you the option
 
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