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    Default Re: BIOS Flashing - A "How To ~ Qflash Guide"

    hi mate those links have got some good info on them thanks for your help and time cheers

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    Hi, this is the first post here, excuse my English.

    Updating the bios of my motherboard ga gigabyte P35 sd3l I failed bios and restart the computer, and there is no way to switch on, move the switch on the fans, but the monitor is not lit, as if not detected, I reset the bios, removed the battery, and does absolutely nothing on the computer screen does not leave anything .... You can not start doing something? if the monitor does not work.

    Thank you very much.

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    Default Re: BIOS Flashing - A "How To ~ Qflash Guide"

    Quote Originally Posted by klompa View Post
    hi mate those links have got some good info on them thanks for your help and time cheers
    Have any luck with that yet?

    Quote Originally Posted by Arkangex View Post
    Hi, this is the first post here, excuse my English.

    Updating the bios of my motherboard ga gigabyte P35 sd3l I failed bios and restart the computer, and there is no way to switch on, move the switch on the fans, but the monitor is not lit, as if not detected, I reset the bios, removed the battery, and does absolutely nothing on the computer screen does not leave anything .... You can not start doing something? if the monitor does not work.

    Thank you very much.
    Have you tried with only one stick of ram yet? If not, please do so

    Did you use @BIOS to flash? Do you have a floppy drive Already connected?

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    the thing you are expressing ok, i also excemine the on fully to know all details. any way its a nice post. all the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Clearing the CMOS
    [...]

    Then it is wise to unplug the Power Supply from the wall.
    At one time I was having a nightmare getting my CMOS memory to clear. I had unplugged the PSU, removed the CMOS cell and shorted the CMOS jumper for several hours, but the CMOS still wouldn't clear. Reason: I still had some independently powered USB devices connected, and they were supplying enough voltage through the USB ports to keep the CMOS memory happy! I discoved what was happening when I used a volt meter to measure the power supply voltage to the CMOS memory, and found it was not zero. So I would add to the CMOS clearing instructions: Unplug the USB cables of any powered USB devices!

    [Personally I now always connect my volt meter across the CMOS jumper pins after I have finished shorting them. The voltage should remain zero even after the jumper has been removed again. If not I know I have forgotten to disconnect something that is still supplying power and preventing CMOS clearing.]
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    Beltbraces that is very interesting thanks for posting that. I will have to remember that for other technical situations.

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    Having read this information on this thread I was wondering if it is even worth flashing my EX58 extreme board from the F4 to the F7b version. What are the major improvements?

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    Yes, it is advised to use a new BIOS, I would use F7c if I was you or use one of the F6 Beta's or final.

    They have fixed many issues, of course some are still in the works though. S3 sleep they have fixed, other minor issues, and added some things as far as memory timings and how you set your settings for each channel as well.

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    Default Re: BIOS Flashing - A "How To ~ Qflash Guide"

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Yes, it is advised to use a new BIOS, I would use F7c if I was you or use one of the F6 Beta's or final.

    They have fixed many issues, of course some are still in the works though. S3 sleep they have fixed, other minor issues, and added some things as far as memory timings and how you set your settings for each channel as well.
    Roger that, I will follow the instructions posted in the begining of this tread.

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    Mobo: GIGABYTE GA-EX58-EXTREME Bios F7c
    Chip Core i7 920 with Ultra 120 X2 120mm fans push/pull
    Memory: OCZ XMP 3 x 2GB OCZ3X1600LV6GK
    PSU: CORSAIR CMPSU-850TX 850W
    Video: EVGA GTX 285 SSC Edition
    DVD/RW: Liteon iHAS422-08
    Sotrage: 2X Raid 0 SAMSUNG Spinpoint F1 HD103UJ TB
    1X SAMSUNG Spinpoint F1 HD103UJ 1TB
    Case: Thermaltake Spedo.

    At the end of the day it is the people you disturbed the most that counts.

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