Question about ASUS P5NSLI (0610839134670) Motherboard
Aftyer i update my bios with older version, my computer did not boot it again.. how can i repair it?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you tried a bios reset instead?try a full reset by getting out the battery and by switching the jumper (all this disconected from the power)-do this with the ramm dims out of the slots also.sometimes this use.
try also to replace the battery and after that rewrite the bos by doing this from a bootable cd under dos mode.DO NOT use the aplication to flash or to update the bios under windows.
this might damage the bios.
check also the integrity of the bios hard component on your mainboard(look for scraches,signes of colizion)
check the bios data..you may have something wrong set
inform me of your doing..bye
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
I do not know if this will work
2) check motherboard for word which will say reset bios or words to that effect nearby will be a small 2 or 3 pin connector with the 2 pin remove the jumper from 1 pin and fit over both reboot and turn off straight away refit jumper back over 1 pin and reboot see what happen it may work
with 3 pin setup jumper will already be over 2 pin remove and fit over middle and the other pin remove reboot etc
Usually a failed bios update is more often than not fatal
hope this works for you if it does post favorable rating thanks
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
to be honest if you have tried to re-flash your bios, and it did not work you still either have hte wrong version or the disc drive your using to flash it from is faulty. try another floppy drive/disc and try again. if that dont work. to be honest it's not worth getting it repaired just go out and spend £30-40 on a new mobo. sorry i'm not more helpfull but i dont believe it's worth spending that much time and effort on an old system like that with this kind of problem. good luck to you. let me know how you get on ok.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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