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Recovery bios asus k43sd

I have ASUS LAPTOP K43SD. I tried to update BIOS, finished but after it the LAPTOP has a problem. The power is on,

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SOURCE: bios update

make sure your bios is an eprom. people download bios upgrades only to find their bios is not a flash bios. that is it doesn't have the infrared source to physically "flash" the chip.

Posted on Sep 13, 2007

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SOURCE: updating BIOS for ASUS CUW-AM/MEW-AM Motherboard

Try locating your bios etc. on asus's website:
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us

128 to 256 seems like you should not need an update. Are you putting in a second 128 stick, or replacing a 128 with a 256?

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

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Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Asus P5VDC-TVM Bios update

Please do not update BIOS unnecessarily. Only when you face problems and the error message request for BIOS update only then do so. On asus site enter all the required details & try, but my advice is to leave it alone if its in working condition....sodeep

Posted on Mar 20, 2009

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you must plug in your pc with ups

do step by step from internet and alwayas choice last date
http://support.asus.com/technicaldocuments/technicaldocuments_content.aspx?no=714

for download =http://drivers.softpedia.com/progDownload/Asus-K8S-MX-Bios-1013-Download-13287.html

1st thing you'll need to do is go to the motherboard manufacturer's website & download the new BIOS file & the flashing program. These 2 files will have to be copied to a bootable floppy, then you'll have to boot off it & do the update from DOS. The motherboard website should have a detailed explanation on how to perform a flash...print out the instructions & follow them exactly & you should have no problem

Posted on Nov 12, 2010

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I take it that the ASUS runs okay when powered by the power supply, so it most likely the battery is bad. Not the laptop, but I suggest you try to find someone that also has an ASUS that the battery will fit. So you do not waste money, if the motherboard charging unit is bad on your laptop. P.S. your laptop can run without a battery installed.

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In the disk you burned, the bios can't read a zip file, the file needs to be extracted and as far as I remember you need to use a diskette instead of a cd. but I will look into it now.
Comment by Ekse, posted on Aug 07, 2008 Bios warning

Please note, BIOS update is only recommended when experiencing technical difficulties with your system, And is not recommended to be performed regularly.

Moreover, due to the nature of BIOS update, there is certain level of dangers involved. BIOS update must be performed with extreme caution . During BIOS update process, your system must be maintained without interference or power loss to prevent unexpected damage.

In case of BIOS update failure, please follow instructions in your User's Manual for guidelines on BIOS recovery via CrashFree BIOS. In the event that BIOS recovery is not recoverable via CrashFree BIOS, please contact your place of purchase for further assistance on BIOS recovery.


Source Asus
You can get the bios from here
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us&model=P4V8X-X

Get the 1008 version

its under Bios and 3rd entry, all os version 1008
File is in zip format, needs to be extracted.
the rom file inside needs to be placed in a diskette.
Comment by Ekse, posted on Aug 07, 2008 Diskette or if you can get the bios to read a cd then that is fine also. Comment by Ekse, posted on Aug 07, 2008 if the setup is looking for a file named as
P4V8X-X.rom

it may be required to rename the PV8XX08.rom to P4V8X-X.rom

But im not perfectly sure what you are trying todo or why it is asking for it. il have to look into this more. Comment by Ekse, posted on Aug 07, 2008 As I suspected, BestDarnGood linked us the manual and the correct page about the problem. it confirms that the file has to be renamed and placed in a floppy.

Thanks BDG
http://www.fixya.com/support/p362915-asus_p4v8x_x_motherboard/manual-11149/page-39

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If you look on any support/bios update forum/website, you will find that flashing the bios is very risky. The reason it's risky is because of what you just described.

While flashing the bios, the bios chip memory is deleted and then the new bios is written. If you lose power, system crashes, or anything that interrupts the flashing process, the chip is rendered useless.

The computer turned off while flashing, and the reason there is no screen is because there is no bios to load. There is no way to reverse this or repair it.

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