For those who have asked, here is everything I have done so far.
1) Open up I-Opener. Straight forward.
2) Remove goop on the BIOS. I tried a few methods of heat. Soldering
gun was not a good choice. The best method, IMO, was a simple hair
dryer. Heat up the goop, and use a very small screwdriver to peel it away.
Worked pretty well!
3) If you have a chip puller, use it! I used a small screwdriver, and managed
to mandle one of the connections in the socket on the IO.
4) Go to your BH6 based computer. Boot to DOS with NO config/autoexec. At
this point, you want to copy your current BH6 BIOS to a file using AWDFLASH 7.x
5) Yank your BH6 BIOS. When I did this, I broke off a chunk of the BH6 flash
socket! Yikes!!! It is still working (knock on wood). Insert IO BIOS into BH6.
Run AWDFLASH. Backup -new- IO bios. Then flash the BH6 BIOS onto the IO chip.
6) Shut down. Reboot. Boot into safe mode DOS one again. Flash -old- IO BIOS
on to IO chip using AWDFLASH, with the /F flag.
7) Power down, swap BIOS chips.
8) Insert IO BIOS back into IO, and notice nothing works. Double yikes! Check
all pins with multi-meter, and find where you no longer make contact. Take a
resistor, and cut off a piece of the lead. Using needlenose pliers and some force,
wedge the lead into the BIOS socket. It takes some pressure but works fine.
9) Power on IO, and it works! Woo hoo!
10) Make cable and have fun.
Thanks to everyone who has helped me with my questions.