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Thread: Bios problem

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jul 2004

    Unhappy Bios problem

    I have ASUS A7V333 mobo,but I made mistake when I flash BIOS and after
    that everything is black.Can I and how to flash BIOS again?Is there any tool
    to do that from windows or only from DOS?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2001
    Texas, USA

    Default Re: Bios problem

    Did you use the Asus accepted FLASH utility? And more importantly, did you save the old BIOS to disk before FLASHing to the new revision? If so you should be able to revert to the former. If not, then you can try to reFLASH the motherboard but you may or may not succeed. If this doesn't work, you may have to have the CMOS chip physically removed and replaced with a properly coded one.
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  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2004

    Default Re: Bios problem

    @ Darthtanion
    Yes I use tools from ASUS page,no not save old version BIOS.
    Where can I found new CMOS chip?Can I reprogram CMOS chip with any tool?

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    Dec 2001

  5. #5
    G13man is offline Junior Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    homeless between MD and PA

    Default Re: Bios problem

    do any of your friends have the same mother board?
    if so you can use his to flash yours
    set up for bios on his machine
    before flashing swap the cmos chips [very carefully,u don't want to owe him a mb also]
    flash bios
    power down komp
    swap chips back
    good luck
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    recycled from the trash [and in use]
    2 = 945G chipset boards 2G Celeron and dual Pentium
    3 = AM-37 FIK motherboards 2-2.6 G
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