Thank you for contacting Intel Communities.
To make sure I understood the issue, can you please confirm the following statements:
- The network card stopped working so you updated the BIOS to version 99 as well as the chipset driver but it didn't solve the issue with the network card.
- You removed the CMOS battery for 15 days and now the system won't boot from HDD/USB/DVD.
If the information above is correct, can you please also let me know if you are able to get to the BIOS?
I am looking forward to hearing from you.
Thanks for prompt reply,
I mean that, whenever I started my system after hour and day. system did not load the network driver at window startup time.
i was facing this issue from many month. after several apply several method, but problem was not resolving.
Finally I had been update the system BIOS since month ago , also chip set drivers, still problem was their
then I had removed the CMOS battery from the system for 15 minutes, after that I seem my system, was not being booted from HDD/USB/DVD
system have been getting reboot in loop after bois load appear
I can see that the BIOS version you have is not the latest one.
I would recommend updating the BIOS to version 0120 using the Recovery BIOS Update method with USB device:
You may update from version 99 to version 0120 by skipping 2 BIOS versions at the time.
All BIOS version can be found here, please click on "Any Download Type" and select "BIOS".
Remember to download only .BIO files as stated in the Recovery BIOS Update instructions link provided above.
After you have updated the BIOS to version 0120, press F9 to load defaults and F10 to save and exit.
Please let me know how it goes.