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Bios problem there is no display to the board but when i put a pci display card on it the display come showing that searching bios file on hard disk , that means the bios is damaged . i have down loaded the bios file but i dont know how to flash it.

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Here a link from Gigabyte that will help you fix your corrupted Bios problems.

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I hope this helps, and thanks for using fixya,

Eric

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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    Eric Jan 25, 2009

    sometimes I wonder why I even bother to try and help people. You probably didn't even read through the link I have sent you, because it clearly explains how to fix your corrupted bios issues. I do appreciate the thoughtfulness you put into rating my effort to help you.

    Eric


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