Just ignore the CPU socket thing, it stands for a type of CPU which may not be using the socket. --ifd of flashrom means reading the IFD to get the layout, but coreboot.rom's fake IFD doesn't have the BIOS region, are you sure you're doing it correctly? If the firmware is executed, you can use the serial port (as I can remember, B75 Pro3-M's serial port is a 9-pin pinout on board) to see the console output.
On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 12:52 PM, CarlosGonzalez <carlosg...@protonmail.com> wrote: > HI coreboot > I have an 'Asrock B75-Pro3-m socket 1155', But coreboot motherboard > support page show that 'Asrock B75-Pro3-m socket 989' is compatible but > this do not exist,only socket 1155. can you check this? > I am trying many time install coreboot on my motherboard , But not > success, I compiled coreboot with minimun configuration like ,Motherboard > Name/Model, Chipset size 8 mb, only this then i flashed with: sudo > flashrom -p ch341a_spi --ifd -i bios -w coreboot.rom , but in this way my > computer not boot onle fans get turn on but i do not see any verbose on the > screen. > I really want coreboot on my system...Any help is much appreciate > Once Thanks... > /carlosgonz > -- My website: https://vimacs.lcpu.club Please do not send me Microsoft Office/Apple iWork documents. Send OpenDocument instead! http://fsf.org/campaigns/opendocument/
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