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    Default flashed bios ud3r successfully - continuous power cycle immiedietly after

    Do i need a working bios to enter dos?

    i flashed my own machine with f8g, no problems. so went ahead and flashed my brothers to f8g successfully, or so the bios reported. I shut down and afterwards it entered the ugly infinite power cycle. tried everything . and i mean everything. removed a stick of ram, popped in a bootable dos floppy, wont go, it needs the bios the get into dos.

    Tried the dos boot disk on my own system and it works fine, but after the gigabyte bios logo screen is when it loads the floppy disk. Therefore, i cant use the floppy , which is defaulted as first boot priority, to load a new bios.

    This must be the problem as it only started right after the bios flash. I have taken it apart, cleaned it, tried one stick of ram, all 3 in slot one, tried loading the gigabyte disk in sata 2_0 only connected, shorted the cmos, removed the cmos battery overnight, nothing.

    Tried only basic system essentials, still continuous reboot, i have solved this before. But am having zero luck on this.

    Somebody help me before this box goes out the window. Thansk!
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    Default Re: flashed bios ud3r successfully - continuous power cycle immiedietly after

    You tried removing power cord from psu and hold in the power button on the case in for 1 min to drain all power or clearing the cmos via jumper up to 2 hrs and or remove battery over night?
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    Default Re: flashed bios ud3r successfully - continuous power cycle immiedietly after

    tried it all.
    i7 930 @ 4.2 ghz (200x21) 1.34 vcore 1.33 qpi
    Noctua U12P se1366 Push Pull w/scythe slipstreams
    6GBOCZ1333 @ 1600 - 9 9 9 24 1.64v
    Gigabyte EX58-UD3R f11
    Corsair tx750 PSU
    EVGA GTX260 SC
    Intel SSD80GBG2C1 OS/Apps
    WD Caviar Black 500gb Data
    ASUS Xonar DX
    Klipsch Promedia 2.1
    CM690 Case 3 in 3 out
    Windows 7 64bit

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    Default Re: flashed bios ud3r successfully - continuous power cycle immiedietly after

    Thanks anyway people. Just went ahead and got another UD3R, but this one is rev 1.6 .
    i7 930 @ 4.2 ghz (200x21) 1.34 vcore 1.33 qpi
    Noctua U12P se1366 Push Pull w/scythe slipstreams
    6GBOCZ1333 @ 1600 - 9 9 9 24 1.64v
    Gigabyte EX58-UD3R f11
    Corsair tx750 PSU
    EVGA GTX260 SC
    Intel SSD80GBG2C1 OS/Apps
    WD Caviar Black 500gb Data
    ASUS Xonar DX
    Klipsch Promedia 2.1
    CM690 Case 3 in 3 out
    Windows 7 64bit

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