I've got a decent Shuttle barebones system on my hands, but it has a BIOS chip that needs replacing due to a bad flash. (I decided to try WinFlash on a beta build of Windows 7, best idea I ever had) I can get a replacement chip on eBay for under $15 shipped, but how do I even replace it? Has anyone ever replaced a BIOS chip on a motherboard before? Any decent guides that I can follow? The model of the Shuttle is the SP35P2v2, and I wouldn't mind swapping my current PC parts into it so I can get 4 RAM slots instead of 2.. Saving space is nice as well. I used the system a couple of years ago and it had some problems booting (it only booted up reliably when I manually shorted the power pins with a screwdriver ), likely because I was running too much RAM and had too powerful of a video card + CPU for the small power supply.. But who knows. Am I better off just selling the thing? People like Shuttle XPC cases, right?