Thanks for the suggestion.
I'm not sure that there is much value in spending time looking at the BIOS from the Acer machine.
Despite running versions of the same operating system, there is not much relationship between the two. They have different CPU, io controller, chipset, sound, and video. It is important to have a BIOS matching in at least the first three of those areas. In the case of the AOL/TV the VGA bios is actually part of the system BIOS. For those that have used the previously mentioned BIOS utility, the section labelled BIOS.2 contains the VGA BIOS.
I did attempt to try using the BIOS from the GCT allwell boxes, but that was awhile ago. I now can't find a place to download their bios (I originally got it from the Taiwan site). If I got a hold of it again, I might try extracting the VGA BIOS from the AOL/TV and injecting it into the GCT BIOS. Both machines are similar (I think they have the same chipset, io controller, CPU, and even the cyberpro). The difference is that with the allwell, they use the VGA and sound portions of the 5530 instead of the same parts on the cyberpro. The AOL/TV is the reverse.
I did take a look at the screen shots and it was readily apparent that the BIOS was a Phoenix BIOS. If it was, there might be a little benefit a looking at the available "sections" in the ROM. I have found another Phoenix ROM that has a similar list of components and that is how I learned the "Editor" module is missing. I'm not sure that the Editor module is necessary to change BIOS settings, but the name would suggest that it might be used for that.
So, if anyone knows where to find the BIOS, let me know and I'll check it out.