I suggest you attempt to do a BIOS Recovery. Instructions are here: Intel Desktop Boards Recovery BIOS Update Instructions.
My additional input to the instructions:
- Use USB 2.0 flash disk. Do not use USB 3.0 flash disk.
- Reformat this flash disk on a Windows PC (NOT on Linux- or MACOS-based PC), using the FAT32 file system and with the Quick option disabled.
- Place only file WB0336P.BIO on this flash disk.
- Plug this flash disk into one of the black USB 2.0 ports on the back panel of the board. Do not use blue USB 3.0 ports and do not use front panel USB ports of any kind.
Hope this helps,
I've tried this and it doenst work tried it servaral times:
- With only the bios on a fat32 formatted USB stick and the bios clear jumper on normal (1-2 pins)
- With only the bios on a fat32 formatted USB stick and the bios clear jumper on 2-3 pins
- With only the bios on a fat32 formatted USB stick and the bios clear jumper removed
- With a fat32 formatted USB sticks that is made bootable with Rufus the bios file on it and the flash utility on it tried it in the same order as above doesnt work.
I've given up and ordered a new motherboard. Hope it is the board and not the processor.