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How insall new bios

System cant boot ,tell me how install or flash new fresh bios

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  • David
    David May 11, 2010

    How do you mean cannot boot. this could be a lot of things more details please

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Try taking your CMOS battery out first, its a small silver circle in your motherboard. just take it out for like 10 seconds and then put it back and that will reset your cmos/bios. if you insist on flashing go to your motherboard manufacturers website and look for the download.

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