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AWARD BIOS my computer doesn,t bootong foult is insert sistem disk bios tipe award.1998pci/pnp/68626386089

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SOURCE: please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

check the manual , there is a jumper plug that allows you to move a jumper over to reset the bios to default , ie , the jumper makes a connection between two pins for 10 secds and then replace back to rest position..do this with the pc off and unplugged of corse,

Posted on Aug 08, 2008

SOURCE: BIOS problem!!

Why do you want to overclock it? Have you changed the cooling system? Overclocking might fry your processor if the cooling cannot keep up with the heat. Does your motherboard support overclocking? The option might be locked. There might be a jumper on the board that you have to mingle in order to enable that setting.

Posted on Sep 22, 2008

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SOURCE: I am looking for new BIOS version for this BIOS.

I didn't find it at the ASUS support site, but I did find a bios and firmware download here. I hope it's what you're looking for.

regards, redqew


Posted on Mar 09, 2009

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SOURCE: VIA P6VAA AWARD BOOTLOCK BIOS - CAN'T ACCSESS BIOS

Hello,

If I understand you correctly, you are not able to access the bios.

When you first start the computer you will press repeatedly either the "delete" or "F2" key to access bios. If you are having another issue please let me know

Posted on Mar 15, 2009

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SOURCE: Award BootBlock Bios V 1.0

Hi how are u, it is simple problem friend
Your motherboard jumper setting has been changed.
please read manual of your motherboard jumper setting if u not have manual. open ur pc cover and see the motherboard jumper.
remove your bios battery and change your jumpers 2-3 by defualt.
i hope u are understand u will change your motherboard jumper settings bye.......from mukesh_ibm@yahoo.com

Posted on May 13, 2009

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SOURCE: I need a bios upgrade

boot the pc from cold, note the long identifier number - it contains a 2 character identifier for the board manufacturer. For more info go to the Award bios website, it has a better explanation of this. From there you will be able to either download new BIOS from there, or the website of the vendor/manufacturer.

Posted on Jul 05, 2009

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Hi.

The BIOS (Basic Input output System) on your motherboard has become corrupted and the computer can't boot normally. The Bootblock is a "failsafe" device that allows the computer to boot far enough to use the floppy disk drive, even though the rest of the BIOS code is scrambled.

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Now this might be fixable. You will need to download a known good BIOS from Iwill's website and the Award BIOS flashing utility. Then you will need a bootable floppy disk (DOS) to start the computer. You will have to copy the BIOS .BIN file over to the floppy beforehand and the flashing utility. There will be information on the Iwill website on how to flash the BIOS.

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I just did a quick Google search using the motherboard details you provided and came up blank ....

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