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It was able to erase the BIOS without problems, but failed to write the new BIOS.
After a lot research I stumbled upon a few pages (linked at the bottom) that documented the type of cable necessary and the software to use this port to reflash the bios.
The cable consists of a parallel connector wired to something you can plug into the pins that also has a 2.7V-3.6V input to power the chip while reflashing it.
I made a really bad attempt at using a chopped up parallel cable and the ends from a USB header port thing.
From Winflash v1.90 on, 64-bit versions of Windows are supported.The command prompt in Windows will not be sufficient.Award also released Windows based flashers called Award Winflash. Please read our How to flash your bios FAQ to correctly use the awdflash or winflash executables.Having no other choice I rebooted the machine and hoped for the best. It was time to send it back to ASUS so they could reflash it.The bios isn't removable, so surely there's some kind of device they plug into to reflash it for you I thought. Next to the BIOS chip, to the left of the south bridge, is an undocumented 7 pin connector labeled SPI_J1.