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    • prits_88's system
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    lol thanks for your help sadikP,
    will return the board asap, and from now on will use a flash disk to update the bios!!!

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    dont forget to let me know about the stepping codes.

    thanx

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    wooooooooo

    got my new mobo, updated bios!
    but now it says "cmos checksum bad"
    now how do i clear the CMOS ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by prits_88 View Post
    wooooooooo

    got my new mobo, updated bios!
    but now it says "cmos checksum bad"
    now how do i clear the CMOS ?
    Should have bought an abit Mobo - they have a very handy CMOS reset switch on the rear panel. LOL

    No to be serious, though I have not had good experienced with ASUS motherboards, and will stick with abit from now on (though Gigabyte also have good support and their latest mobo looks great), I have to admit that the ASUS EZFlash is a fabulous facility and works brilliantly (Alt/F2 if I remember correctly).

    Lesson learned - Never Flash the BIOS using a Windows utility. Don't do it, I know it is tempting.... don't do it. Yes most people get away with it.... some don't, and it ain't worth the risk when there are better, more reliable methods so easily available.

    I don't know that particular mobo, but Clear CMOS instructions will be in the manual that came with it. Usually very easy - reset a jumper for 30 seconds and then put it back.
    Last edited by EtheAv8r; 11-07-2007 at 02:39 PM.
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    With the motherboard, comes a small booklet, sometimes known as "the manual". If you hold the outer covers of "the manual" with your fingers and open it, and then hold it up to your eyes, you brain will interpret the letters and words on the page, and this in turn will lead you to the solution

    There are a few ways of doing it.

    Either, unplug the power supply from the wall, remove the graphics card, and then, place the jumper switch into the clear position, leave for a few mins, and put it back together.

    You can also flip the battery out if needed.
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