I don't know about all of the numbers, but "071595" is your BIOS release date, "SiS730S" is your graphics chip, and "M810LR" is your mobo model number.
The thing to ask yourself is this: If this screws the pooch, am I willing to buy a new mobo? A decent Socket A mobo is dirt cheap these days. Such as this one:
MSI "K7N2GM-V" NVIDIA nForce2 IGP Chipset Motherboard For AMD Socket A CPU -RETAIL
1x AGP 8X/4X, 3x PCI
2x PS/2, 1x LPT, 1x VGA, 1x COM, 8x USB2.0(Rear 4), 1x RJ45, Audio Ports
2x ATA 133 up to 4 Devices
This leaves your current mobo sitting in the dust. It can handle any Socket A CPU out there, has more slots, AGP 8X, SATA, and more. All for $58.49USD (and that even includes shipping).
Bottom line is, are you willing to take the risk, and if it doesn't work and you can't recover, are you willing to spend a few bucks to get it going again?