>>>>> "Lluís" == Lluís Batlle i Rossell <vi...@viric.name
> On Sat, Sep 20, 2014 at 05:19:16AM -0700, stig atle steffensen wrote:
>> I booted it back up now, It does show the first 'boot' picture, and
>> the text. It's a Lemote Yeeloong 8089_B notebook. But no matter how
>> much I press delete or tab nothing happens, and it never get's past
>> that splashscreen.
> I remember as if there wasn't any way to recover the bios other than
> changing the flash chip. I remember as if it were a removable chip.
> In that case you could also use an external programmer to rewrite it.
> I remember this from some readings; I don't have a yeelong myself.
There may be some guys reading grub-devel  that have experience with
Yeeloong reflashing. These people developed a version of grub that can
be flashed as Yeeloong bios replacement (or at least they have for
Maybe you can find somebody there who'd be willing to reflash your bios
flash IC and mail it back to you. Maybe you'll even end up with Grub
instead of the crappy pmon boot loader :)
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