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    Angry A7v266-e

    I have a problem. My mainboard is an Aus A7v266-E and every time I turn the computer off the BIOS looses the plot.I have replaced the battery twice,tried two different BIOSwith no luck
    As my entire computer is water cooled AND mounted inside a fridge its a real pain having this problem. I seem to remember that this wasn't a problem about a year ago, but have no idea or an early BIOS to try. BIOS AE1010.AWD and 1011.AWD are the only two I have and both do the same thing.
    I have wired the computer so that the pump must be switched on before it's possible to start the computer so every time I turn the computer off the 220volt supply is cut completely, to the pump and the power supply.
    Anyone have a BIOS or any advice on how to get around this problem. ????

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    1) Have a look over at http://www.a7vtroubleshooting.com/ or amdmb.com ASUS forum.
    2) Iirc, the jumper position shown in the manual is wrong.

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    my old a7v266-e would eat ram that wasnt very fun.
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    i have a spare A7A-266 lying about...

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    Are you saying that the main computer PSU, turns off when you turn off the computer, therefore turning off the water cooling pump and the power supply?

    If so that is probably the problem......try it so the PSU (for the computer) is just left on the whole time
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