I really don't mean to sound rude, but is this not a question for ASUS?
This might be a post targeted at AMD devguru isnt?
Like to here the support board handle this one though, but out of curiosity, how do you plan on removing the bios chip ?
On-line overseas black market Pin converter?
There are more ways i can think of but the first 2 pop into mind. Pocket Knife was a joke, honestly black market overseas pin conversion kit and company actually selling that stuff is my only real true way of seeing this done for a normal home end-user. Give these guys a call and see if they can either help / redirect you to the right people.
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I looked at there navigation and its a little complicated, your looking for accessories/other Dev-Kits. By pass your current Mainboard all together. If its a notebook well, that can be by-passed straight through the Wifi-Pci with a plugin turning a notebook into a full sized desktop VGA. Of course you will need a a desktop PSU (power supply), but i pretty much got your answer IF your way dosent work out for ya
Did you try this?
"For creating or using a partition bigger than 2TB, you must initialize the HDD as GPT (GUID Partition table) partition table format in the Disk management option of Administrative tools in the Windows control panel."
1801 seems to be the latest BIOS for your linked board: