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Startup no beep, bios defective...how to replace bios then...

If the bios is soldered to the motherboard...how can i replace old bios to new one's.

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Hi,
you would usually flash/update the old bios, with the new bios via floppy disk drive, or cd if your motherboard supports it. if you go to the manufacturers web-site-support or downloads. you should be able to get the latest bios for the board. also read any notes on " flashing the bios " if the board won,t boot, you can,t damage it anymore than it already is. nothing to lose everything to gain.
if you have to send the board to be unsoldered/re-soldered very expensive usually.

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There are two different BIOS files shown for your motherboard. Make sure you get the right one for your chipset. The instructions for flashing the BIOS are here.

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Hi there

I think this is hardware issue and its issue with your ram. Please remove your current ram and try another ram. And see the results if beeps is still running. So its problem with your motherboard

thanks
Robert

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