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    Bios flash gone wrong - EP31-DS3L

    Hey

    So in my infinite wisdom this morning I woke up and decided to attempt to flash my bios back to a previous version after having blue screen problems with the one I flashed on the night before.

    Ever since flashing it back I am getting nothing on my monitor at all, everything powers up, graphics card, cpu, ram, hard drives you name it. But I cannot get it to post.

    Have I fried my mobo or is there something I can do to try and fix it?

    I have tried removing and replacing ram with the same results but no cheese.

    Guess I will be upgrading sooner than I thought if I cannot fix this

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    Re: Bios flash gone wrong - EP31-DS3L

    Reset the CMOS (there should be a jumper to short, look up your mobo manual), maybe? If it doesn't work, then try taking out the mobo battery for some 10 mins.

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    Re: Bios flash gone wrong - EP31-DS3L

    You know what. It doesn't matter anyway, just ordered myself an AMD chip and board and it should be arriving tomorrow. First time I have gone a day without my own PC since I was 12!

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    Re: Bios flash gone wrong - EP31-DS3L

    Let me guess, you're a 12-and-one-day old?

    I know you've ordered a new board now, but if you're lucky, and its a Gigabyte board or similar, may have dual-BIOS chips?


    EDIT; Just looked up your board from your sig - nope, single BIOS, out of luck! Sorry!

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