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Asus mother board bios

I updated my bios and i lost my back up bios. the cd that came with the board is not working either. I haved cleared the cmos and still nothing.

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Re: asus mother board bios

Please follow instructions in your User'sManual for guidelines on BIOS recovery via CrashFree BIOS. In the eventthat BIOS recovery is not recoverable via CrashFree BIOS, pleasecontact your place of purchase for further assistance on BIOS recovery.

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Re: asus mother board bios

What model is your motherboard? try searching for it on the internet. What is the symptom on the motherboard now? Is it accessible ang operating? Let me know so that I can help you further. Goodluck!

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