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Thread: P55-USB3 does not boot => black screen after bios flashing




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    Question P55-USB3 does not boot => black screen after bios flashing

    Hi everybody,

    I flashed my bios with the tool @BIOS (from windows)

    I only learn it was stupid when nothing worked and when I came here to look for a solution...

    I read that I MUST not flash using this tool but unfortunatly I did it...

    What can I do now?

    The screen remains black when pc is booting...

    Thank in advance,

    Giumi

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    Default Re: P55-USB3 does not boot => black screen after bios flashing

    Turn off the PC, unplug the power cable and let it settle for 30 seconds. Then (when the PC is not plugged into anything) push the power button for static discharge. Open the case and locate the battery, it is a small round metal object. Remove it wait 30 seconds then put it back on, plug the PC on the power and open it. If all goes well you will have reverted to the default fail-safe settings (clear cmos) or else RMA the hell out of it and don't use @bios anymore.

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    Default Re: P55-USB3 does not boot => black screen after bios flashing

    Thanks, I will try to do that!

    I also found another solution (in case it didn't work):

    http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...-failed-2.html

    short 2 pins on the second bios to boot from the first. Do you think it will work for my motherboard?

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    Default Re: P55-USB3 does not boot => black screen after bios flashing

    I'll let a Senior Member answer that, i was just pointing how you can revert to the fail safe settings in case the @Bios didnt complete the procedure. Maybe it loaded the new bios and wasn't able to load the fail-safe afterwards. Do as i instructed first, it is a glorified way to check how are things.

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