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Thread: EX-58-UD5 - POST success but restart loop on splash - 6F error code




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    Default Re: EX-58-UD5 - POST success but restart loop on splash - 6F error code

    Quote Originally Posted by updatebiosgonewrong View Post
    As I said earlier, I am using a USB, i havnt found a ps2 as of yet...........I am very upset over this board, it has no warranty..

    Do you guys think that doing the pin short technique may be able to invoke bios recovery ?
    be carefull as if you short the wrong pins it will destroy the bios chip and will need repair,im not sure which ones you short,the only one who knew was lsdmeasap and he aint been on for over a year
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    Default Re: EX-58-UD5 - POST success but restart loop on splash - 6F error code

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    be carefull as if you short the wrong pins it will destroy the bios chip and will need repair,im not sure which ones you short,the only one who knew was lsdmeasap and he aint been on for over a year
    OK. I fully appreciate everyone's reply. With regards to the 2 bios chips. The procedure looks fairly simply to do, however as noted before, I have already pressed ALT + F12. This would have flashed the MAIN bios to the BACKUP. So depending upon whether the board truly did reflash the bios it may be pointless.

    Whats strange is that I tried to corrupt the MAIN bios when I did ALT + F12, then pulled the plugged whilst it was (presumably) flashing main bios.
    Which again, no joy.

    I get the sense again that BOTH bios flash chips have been damaged ?? Hence why the board is giving:

    1. No cmos checksum error (after extensive cmos clearing)
    2. ALT + F12 and pulling the plug whilst its flashing the MAIN BIOS.
    3. Reboots at 6F every single time, no matter what combination of RAM, CPU and PCI-E cards (using an old radeon and old NVIDIA cards, did not obviously not using the 5870's)
    4. RESTARTS hard on pressing DEL, F12 and END, (But not ALT + F12), which is cruel and infuriating, worst than when my ex-girl denying me smashing her back door in with vengeance.

    Any help please guys...I want to go ahead with the pin shots as shown here:

    Gigabyte GA-EP43-S3L (with dual bios) Black screen after bios update - Chipsets - Motherboards

    But it maybe pointless but anything is worth a try at this stage, if this was my backdoor stinking ex, she'd be thrown down a mine shaft long time ago, if she did what this board is doing to me. I will happily give anyone her telephone number for a working solution.. Jokes aside, sorry I am rambling and really stressed. (Although will still give telephone number )

    Many thanks.

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