These are some things to attempt:
A. Reset the CMOS:
- Power off computer and unplug from wall.
- Remove CR2032 battery from board.
- Wait a full 15 minutes.
- Reinstall battery onto board.
- Power back on.
If this works, you will need to enter BIOS Setup and set the date and time.
B. Reinstall the latest BIOS using the recovery method.
- Copy the .BIO file onto a freshly-formatted (FAT32) USB flash stick. Use USB 2.0 flash stick (do not use USB 3.0 flash stick!).
- With system powered off, remove yellow jumper from the BIOS Configuration jumper block.
- Plug the USB flash stick into a black USB 2.0 port on the back panel of the board (do not use blue USB 3.0 ports and do not use front panel USB ports!).
- Power on system.
- If this works, you should see the progress of the update on your display. It will tell you when it is done.
- Power off system.
- Restore yellow jumper to pins 1-2 of the BIOS Configuration jumper block.
- Power on system
- Use F2 to enter BIOS setup.
- Use F9 to restore BIOS configuration to defaults.
- Make any changes (boot order, etc.) necessary for your hardware configuration.
- Exit BIOS Setup saving the configuration.
Hope this helps,
Thx for ur reply again sir... this my real situation, few days ago i try update my board under window 7, and then after reboot my board just die, now if i push that power button the proc fun just spin once and die and then spin again and die again, just like that, i think that update just killed my bios ic.. My question if i change that ic bios with the new one, can i flash that bios using the steps u give me? thx a lot for ur help mr n.scott pearson
If you used the image from someone else's flash IC, installing BIOS updates afterwards is not going to update these fields; you will continue to run on their Serial Number and MAC address (amongst other things).
Have you tried the procedures I detailed above? If your attempts were prior to me posting these procedures, try them again.
If neither of these processes work, I don't really have anything further to suggest. You may have bricked it completely.
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