OUCH! It has already been withdrawn, it seems like it was wise of me to wait!
I think I will wait for the next version to be released for at least 1 week before upgrading.
incredible, after bios 031 also withdrawn bios 034, with when a reliable and durable version ?
The best thing to do is to wait for the next BIOS having been out for at least 1 week before downloading it and upgrading. Just to avoid making your board un-bootable or anything like that. I am still running bios 0031 at the moment without any problem but I guess I've been lucky.
Achiav01. Could you please tell me what kind of ram are you using,
I have the problem with my DH55HC, It reboots spontaneously even if I do nothing.
I am using Kingston KVR1333DDR 2GBX2
Do you have some problem like this? I will apreciatte your Help, Thank´s.
Well that's funny, it's the same type of RAM I have, KVR1333D3N9K2/4G
The internal code is 99U5403-003.A00LF, this identifies what kind of chips are used.
What can I say my system is very stable, I never had any reboots whatsoever.
A few things you could check:
- Make sure the BIOS is updated to version 0028, it is the most stable, see previous posts
- The processor is not over-clocked: bus is set at 133mhz
- The RAM is set at 1.5v and is not over-clocked: running at 1333mhz
- Test the RAM with http://www.memtest.org/ Leave it running overnight, if any errors come up it could mean the RAM is defective
- The processor is not over-heated: temperature always below 65C, cpu cooler properly installed with thermal paste and all 4 pins "clicked"
- Test the processor with http://www.mersenne.org/freesoft/ Leave it running overnight, if any error comes up it means the processor is not properly cooled
- Check all BIOS settings and remove all options you don't need, even though this is very unlikely to cause reboots
- If you have a discrete graphic cards remove it and try using the graphics integrated in the processor
- if you have another PSU at hand try to swap it with the current one