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Bios changes good day i just bought this motherboard + intel E8400 ,4gb kingston DDR2, saphire radeon HD4830 and when i want to change bios PC do restart and dont come up again only after bios reset dont u know any solution pls? without changing i have already instaled XP sp3 and all tests are ok thx for help

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  • michalm15 Dec 27, 2008

    i have intel p5ql pro bios 1,1,0 but every time i want to change anything in bios even boot device computer restarts and dont come up again ,procesor intel E8400,Saphire radeon HD4830,4gb compatible kingston dd2 800mhz ram. OS is working normaly all tests are fine but i just cant chane bios o 1 more thing i have old power source 300W and it have 4 pins on biger conector mising but friend told me its just for some kind of beter power sources and it doesnt mater .

  • michalm15 Dec 27, 2008

    *4 pins are missing

  • michalm15 Dec 28, 2008

    never mind what i changing it do if i change every thing in bios even boot device or disable flopy or every thing else i just cant save changed bios it look like damaged bios memory

  • michalm15 Dec 28, 2008

    im using 32 bit XP sp3. OS it works propertly even 3d mark was ok and that bios problem was before OS was instaled (hardisk was clean no boot dvd present) its not OS problem something bat with bios maybe motherbord and i afraid to changing bios becouse it look like bios writing memory is bad so i dont want to destroy it

  • michalm15 Dec 28, 2008

    i already checked CLRTC jumper its on good position i will try to change batery thx for advice.

  • MW1961 May 11, 2010

    Also, what motherboard do you have?

  • MW1961 May 11, 2010

    Hello,



    Please give additional information regarding what settings you are attempting to change and to what values. Based on what your changing and how high the values are could be causing your BIOS to reset.

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Does the computer fail to boot with default BIOS settings? or only when you modify something? If it fails to boot at default settings:

What OS are you running? and is it 32 or 64.

32 bit OS will not run 4Gig of RAM. 3 is max! so try removing 1 or 2 of the RAM sticks, set BIOS to default values and try again.

If your computer still wont POST then I'd consider RMA the motherboard.


Good luck!

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  • MW1961 Dec 28, 2008

    Ok, now I think I understand what your saying. Everything works properly, but you cant save any changes to the BIOS..and thats it?



    One other thing you might check is the CLRTC jumper. I think yours should be on #2 & 3. Check your manual for proper CLRTC jumper placement, and if all else fails contact ASUS support.

  • MW1961 Dec 28, 2008

    make sure your saving the changes to the BIOS (F10) and try replacing the CMOS battery. Often, new boards arrive with weak or dead batteries. One of mine did.

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What are you changing? The motherboard or one of the peripherals such as memory or video card or drive controller may not like the setting or may be incompatible with certain options causing the problem. You may also want to see if there is a bios update to address the issue.

Good luck.

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