Soltek sl-k8trpro939, error message BIOS not Loaded,
My computer does not load Windows, At start up I get error message ''Bios not Loaded'' insert boot disc. I tried using a universal boot disc, to boot from the disk drive and get another error message ''drive not bootable''. I thought I remedie by reset of BIOS. I would like to know how to clear CMOS and reset. Any recomendations ?
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Re: soltek sl-k8trpro939, error message BIOS not Loaded,
To clear cmos you'll need to remove the cmos battery from the motherboard for about 5-10 seconds then replace. You need your motherboard disk in order to load the bios. If you do not have this disk then you will need to go to the board manufacturer's website & download the bios. Follow the directions they have at the site to make a bootable disk & then boot from this disk. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.
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It would be best to start with a fresh bios flash that you can download from http://www.perfectdrivers.com/drivers/Bios/Soltek-SL-K890Pro-939-Bios-T1-4 or http://driverscollection.com/?H=SL-K890Pro-939&By=Soltek After this is installed then start the computer in SAFE mode and run a full virus, malware and spyware scan. Then restart the computer in normal mode and if it fails again you will have to use a Windows restore disc, if you have one, or use the Windows installation disk to start and run a Repair on the system then restart it. Then download all the remaining up top date drivers at http://rapidshare.com/files/12368442/SL-K890Pro-939.rar (51.394 MB) No pass required. And run a full virus, malware and spyware sweep on the download before using it. Then install all the latest drivers to you system and restart. Then check for any Microsoft updates.
its most probably a problem with the windows installation itself, u can either reinstall the windows or there's a better solution but its kinda hard: you have to keep clicking the F8 button when u start your pc, a list will appear, so choose "safe mode" and not any other option, after the windows start you will find a screen asking u if u want to contine in safe mode or if u want to restore system to a previous point, if u click "no" u'll start the system restoration program from which u choose the last time ur windows was working properly and click "restore system to this point" and after that the system will start the restoration procedure and after the restart u'll see if it worked or not, if it didn't then installing a new windows is the only option since there isn't any connection between the motherboard or hardware with the operationg system except if the motherboard doesn't support this operating system.
Sometimes the BIOS calls this protection some sort of "virus protection" as past viruses, like the CIH virus would tend to overwrite motherboard BIOS' with jargon, bricking the motherboard.
Try disabling any onboard "virus" protection and try flashing your BIOS again.