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Left it sit unplugged for months, went to run it and the bios keeps forgetting the settings and does not recognize a HD is hooked up, also the processing chip speed sometimes gets forgotten. takes repeated attempts resetting it all for it to remember it for a while, then forgets and I do it all again. I have put in a new battery. tried different HD's, but it still gets amnesia. What do I do? a new bios chip?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Asus P5B bios up-date gone bad
What version BIOS was it previously, and what version were you trying to update it to?
If you were trying to do 1102 and up, and the previous version was 7.09.02 or below, this is the problem. Any of the versions 1102 or above do NOT support version rollback.
My best advice is to download 7.09.02, and see it at least gets you back up and running. If it works, then go for 1102, and then 1803.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
try resetting the bios! there is a pin on the motherboard that you remove , then re-install . then restart computer. check the instructions on your new mother board, also could be a bad
keyboard, change out keyboard, try usb keyboard!>>>good luck!
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
The first thing is to make sure that your CD/DVD drive has the windows disk in it. Also check drive C which is where the windows will be installed. It may require that it is hard formated. Hard formatted means "format x /u" [format-space-drive to be formatted-space-right slash-u]. This will place the drive for "windows xp sp2", all of it, to one pass of zeroes. So, once we have a clean drive C and the installation disc is inserted into the CD/DVD drive, you may proceed to install. You will need to find "install" or "setup" and start it on he "RUN" mode. Any questions or help get back to me. CONSTANTIN (arzconst)
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
SOURCE: soyo m/b model sy-p41 845pe.
Eugene, how are you? Not a problem, firstly have you replaced the motherboard CMOS battery? If you have the next step is to boot into the BIOS, most of the time it will mean pressing the delete key, or F8,F10, F12 and or ESC upon turning on your syst. It all depends on what kind of pc you have.
Once you are in the BIOS setup screens go through each one and just remember to save and reboot your syst. This should set you straight. ;)
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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