Hello fellow gurus! Yesterday i upgraded the BIOS on a Intel motherboard, the DH67BL, as the client asked us to.It was asked in order to use a i5 3xxx CPU. Computer was connected to a UPS, the latest BIOS from Intel website, did the flashing from the BIOS itself, got the screen full of upgrading info and BIOS was upgraded ok. Rebooted...and nothing!And Murphy's law tells me that the owner wants his computer NOW! Tried all the recovery methods from Intel website, no dice. I have a BIOS chip programer, the trusty NANO BIOS.I can desolder the chip and flash it. Problem is the BIOS chip is a MX 25L3206BE, which can hold 4 Mb of info, and the BIOS .bio file from Intel is 8Mb in size.I need a 1:1 file to match the capacity of the chip. Struggled to find a .bio to .bin converter or to hack the hex out of it , no dice. So i ask: Can anyone shed some light in recovering a Intel board ? Can anyone point me how to convert a 8Mb .bio file to a 4 Mb .bin file? Where can i buy the pre-programmed BIOS chip , if is the last option? Buying a replacement motherboard is not an option.