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    Default Bios recovery procedure Ga-MA770-DS3 rev 1.0

    Hello guys!

    I need exact bios recovery procedure for this board.

    GA-MA770-DS3 rev. 1.0

    I did sucessfully recover 1 time before on this exact unit but forgot how to do it (so many boards).

    usb (boot/non boot) (i prefer this method)

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    fdd (boot/non boot)


    ThX

    Dragunov

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    Default Re: Bios recovery procedure Ga-MA770-DS3 rev 1.0

    What the problem exactly? No boot, corrupted BIOS?

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    Default Re: Bios recovery procedure Ga-MA770-DS3 rev 1.0

    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    What the problem exactly? No boot, corrupted BIOS?
    There is no post and no beeps.

    I feel temp on chipset and cpu so there is still a chance to recover it.

    Maybe its something else like chipset detached (will try to heat it up with a heat gun when i eliminate bios).

    I had some problems with this unit and did a bios recovery from usb drive a while ago.

    Will try a manual dual bios recovery via power button and get back to you.

    Il try all that when i get to work.

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    Default Re: Bios recovery procedure Ga-MA770-DS3 rev 1.0

    It's kinda tricky to make Dual BIOS Recovery kick in manually, so if you don't get it at first keep trying sometimes you have to time it just right.

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    Default Re: Bios recovery procedure Ga-MA770-DS3 rev 1.0

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    It's kinda tricky to make Dual BIOS Recovery kick in manually, so if you don't get it at first keep trying sometimes you have to time it just right.
    Will give it like 2 hours of my time after that its not rentable and will make a nice smash from fourth floor.

    BUAHAHAHAHAHAA

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    Default Re: Bios recovery procedure Ga-MA770-DS3 rev 1.0

    Haha!

    Ahh, it will only take you a few tries, if this will get it going that is.

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    Default Re: Bios recovery procedure Ga-MA770-DS3 rev 1.0

    Solved northbridge was loose...

    ... compiled new firmware flashed and testing.......

    ThX

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    Default Re: Bios recovery procedure Ga-MA770-DS3 rev 1.0

    What do you mean Northbridge? The ATX_12Vx4?

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    Default Re: Bios recovery procedure Ga-MA770-DS3 rev 1.0

    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    What do you mean Northbridge? The ATX_12Vx4?
    Chipset was loose.

    ATX12Vx4??? I supose that would be a cpu power connector and has nothing to do with a northbridge.

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