How Amibcp 3.37 14 Can Boost Your System Performance
With your flash mod BIOS, hopefully it will edit your bios_flash.bin AMIBCP for DOS tool. Once you have your flash mod, just goto the flash mod tool in the LCC32-Sys7.1 section, hit return and you should be good to go, maybe check the BIOS dump later to be sure to make sure you have flash bios file that contains correct bios_flash.bin That way you can check it inside the bios tool and make sure its consistent
Amibcp 3.37 14
Any other ideas in terms of this, all I know is that i made AMIBCP for DOS v3.37 work with my KV7_VM rom (which is v3.36 Setup Client Module), it simply crashs on trying to detect the language file from the KV7_VM rom. If KV7_VM rom doesn't generate the language file, it would seem like the KV7_VM rom is not bootable right now, as it can't have the program read it's own language files. This could be because of the DMA engine in the KV7_VM rom. As previously stated, i believe Modbin supports this. It would appear that it would work with the KV7_VM rom's DMA engine, as the VC68 BIOS it uses is from a v7.60 version and not a v8.46 version, which could be why it crashes on the v8.46 language files.
Having attempted to load the Amibcp for DOS v3.37, it worked until line 114 of v2.26 for KV7_VM rom. Below is the error message I got from that line (after line 104 had worked before the error):
Amibcp for DOS v7.60R uses v6.02 Setup App. The language name is in the Setup App is displayed as "AMIBCP_SetupApp_6.02.0035.txt". (For you to see them all, take a look at this tiny text extract of it:)
The language name changes in v7.60 (and why it didn't change in v6.02 is still a mystery to me). Going by the language names I listed at the beginning of the post, v6.02 should have "AMIBB 4.14" (the last string at the end of the file), but the actual language name is "AMIBCP_SetupApp_6.02.0035.txt".