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My Bios not run more. My AN35N ultra is dead

I was flashing my bios by upgrade with out an UPS, and the local energy power shutdown in this moment. Now I have an UPS but my mainboard not run. What I can do? Please, I'm fron south-américa and I don't speak english well.

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    Dick May 11, 2010

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Find someone who has a computer that you can get on line with.
youll need a floopy drive on both your computer and the one your using, go to the manufactures support website and download the bios file for your motherboard to the floopy. then take the floopy and put it in your computer and start it up. it should download the bios to your system.
if you dont have floopy drives, you can use a usb drive if your systems are set up for usb, but your boot order also have to be setup to recognize the usb.
if this is an older computer you most likely have a floopy drive.
hope this fixes your problem.
would appreciate your leaving feedback for me
thanks.

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Ms 7528ver1.0 rombios


Hello here is the msi homepage:

http://www.msi.com/product/mb/G31M3-F--FSB-1600-.html#/?div=BIOS

You have to be sure its the right mainboard.
Flashing the bios with a wrong one will destroy the mainboard.
It does not have to be a bios problem you have.
The problem could be a faulty power supply, or a bad ram module.
Or simply the pc is shutting down, because of overheating/overclocking.
If you get the blue sreen of death, the harddrive could be the fault.
Try also to renew the cooling paste, between the cpu and the cooling element.
Clean also for dust.
It sometime will help to upgrade the bios, when the pc is unstable.
But do fix the power shutdown problem first.
If you upgrade the bios, and the the pc is shutting down while doing this, the mainboard is scrap.

Best of luck

May 08, 2013 | MSI Computers & Internet

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FLASHING BIOS - THE PROCEDURE


BIOS Update Procedure

All latest Motherboards today,ensure that upgrades are easily obtained by incorporating the system BIOS in a FLASH Memory component. With
FLASH BIOS, there is no need to replace an EPROM component. Once downloaded, the upgrade utility fits on a floppy disc allowing the user to save, verify and update the system BIOS. A hard drive or a network drive can also be used to run the newer upgrade utilities. However, memory managers can not be installed while upgrading.
Most pre-Pentium motherboards do not have a Flash BIOS. The following instructions therefore do not apply to these boards. If your motherboard does not have a Flash BIOS (EEPROM) you will need to use an EPROM programmer to re-program the BIOS chip. See your dealer for more information about
this.

Please read the following instructions in full before starting a Flash BIOS upgrade:

A. Create a Bootable Floppy (in DOS)

•With a non-formatted disk, type the following:

format a:/s

•If using a formatted disk, type:

sys a:

This procedure will ensure a clean boot when you

are flashing the new BIOS.

B. Download the BIOS file

•Download the correct BIOS file by clicking on

the file name of the BIOS file you wish to download.

•Save the BIOS file and the Flash Utility file in the boot disk you have created. Unzip the BIOS file and the flash utility file. If you don't have an "unzip" utility, download the WinZip from www.winzip.com or www.pkware.com. Most CD ROMs found in computer magazines, have a shareware version of WinZip on them.

•You should have extracted two files:

Flash BIOS utility eg: flash7265.exe (for example)

BIOS eg: 6152J900.bin (example)

Use the latest flash utility available unless otherwise specified (either on the BIOS update page or in the archive file). This information is usually provided.

C. Upgrade the System BIOS

During boot up, write down the old BIOS version because you will need to use it for the BIOS backup file name.Place the bootable floppy disk containing the BIOS file and the Flash Utility in drive a, and reboot the system in MS-DOS, preferably Version 6.22

•At the A:> prompt, type the corresponding Flash

BIOS utility and the BIOS file with its extension.

For example:

flash625 615j900.bin

•From the Flash Memory Writer menu, select "Y" to

"Do you want to save BIOS?" if you want to save (back up) your current BIOS (strongly recommended), then type the name of your current BIOS and its extension after FILE NAME TO SAVE:

eg: a:\613J900.bin

Alternatively select "N" if you don't want to save your current BIOS. Beware, though, that you won't be able to recover from a possible failure.

•Select "Y" to "Are you sure to program?"

•Wait until it displays "Message: Power Off or

Reset the system"

Once the BIOS has been successfully loaded, remove the floppy disk and reboot the system. If you write to BIOS but cannot complete theprocedure, do not switch off, because the computer will not be able to boo, and you will not be given another chance to flash. In this case leave your system on until you resolve the problem (flashing BIOS with old file is a possible solution, provided you've made a backup before)

Make sure the new BIOS version has been loaded properly by taking note of the BIOS identifier as the system is rebooting.

For AMI BIOS

Once the BIOS has been successfully loaded, remove the floppy disk and reboot the system holding the "END" key prior to power on until you enter CMOS setup. If you do not do this the first time booting up after upgrading the BIOS, the system will hang.

BIOS Update Tips

Note:
1.Make sure never to turn off or reset your computer during the flash process. This will corrupt the BIOS data. We also recommend that you make a copy of your current BIOS on the bootable floppy so you can reflash it if you need to.

(This option is not available when flashing an AMI BIOS).

2. If you have problems installing your new BIOS please check the following:

Have you done a clean boot?
In other words, did you follow the above procedure for making a bootable floppy? This ensures that when booting from "A" there are no device drivers on the diskette. Failing to do a clean boot is the most common cause for getting a "Memory Insufficient" error message when attempting to flash a
BIOS.If you have not used a bootable floppy, insure a clean boot either

a) pressing F5 during bootup

b) by removing all device drivers on the CONFIG.SYS including the HIMEM.SYS. Do this by

using the EDIT command.

Have you booted up under DOS?
Booting in Windows is another common cause for getting a "Memory Insufficient" error message when attempting to flash a BIOS. Make sure to boot up to DOS with a minimum set of drivers.

Important:
Booting in DOS does not mean selecting "Restart computer in MS-DOS Mode" from Windows98/95 shutdown menu or going to Prompt mode in WindowsNT, but rather following the above

procedure (format a: /s and rebooting from a:\).Have you entered the full file name of the flash utility and the BIOS plus its extension?
Do not forget that often you will need to add a drive letter (a:\) before flashing the BIOS.

Example: when asked for file name of new BIOS file which is on your floppy disk, in case you're working from c:\ your will need to type

a:\615j900.bin, rather than 615j900.bin only.

on Dec 30, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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My AN35N 400 WILL NOT POST


I think that you erased your bios
If you can remove the BIOS EPPROM from your motherboard you will just have to buy an epprom programmer and download the bios from th web with an other PC or read the bios of an other Shuttle AN35N
else i think that your motherboard is died (if it's not removable try to found someone that know how remove solded epprom)

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My dl 380 does a shutdown when we get a small power outage with ups attached


Test the UPS. The server will stay up as long as there is power and has not overheated, should it be a cool room.

Jul 16, 2012 | HP ProLiant Computers & Internet

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I have using msi k8mm-v ms-7142 ver:1 motherboard with amd sampron 2500+processor its audio driver is not working i download and install ac97 audio from msi site but it is asking to enable bios audio...


You have to double check the cmos or bios settings which the audio are enabled mostly on integrated peripherals inside of you bios! Tap DEL key to enter bios setup.If the audio settings are enabled other solution is to upgrade your bios firmware. You can actually download the update from MSI official website. But be careful while updating your bios firmware, be sure to download the exact model of the motherboard and you must have back up battery or UPS while performing flashing your cmos because if interrupted while flashing causes of fluctuation your motherboard will be dead set.Always remember to back up your cmos before flashing it. After flashing your cmos, install again you downloaded audio driver. The audio driver must be compatible with your operating system in order to install the driver. Hope this works for you!

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Ac power adapter is unknown but i have attached the original adapter


Hi! You would be needing an upgrade of the BIOS. Here is the link:

http://ftp.us.dell.com/bios/D505_A11.EXE

Once you have downloaded this, close all other applications and run this file. You will see the Dell Bios Flash screen click on continue. Then click ok and your system will restart. Make sure that you have the power connected and do not do anything to the computer but follow the steps on the screen. Do not close, shutdown or interrupt the computer.

I hope this helps.


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Bad Bios upgrade on Dell M1330


If you cannot start the laptop, you cannot flash the BIOS. You can ship the unit to me, and I'll recover the BIOS. You can email me at buffalonymann@yahoo.com

Nov 02, 2009 | Dell XPS M1330 Laptop

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No power to motherboard Shuttle AN35n ultra


Hi there
Try One of the following steps:
  1. Flash Youre MB BIOS.
  2. make sure that CPU Fan is working OK.
  3. Is the CPU attached to the MB correctlly.
  4. Is the CPU Fan base and scrowse faremly scrowd and positioned on the MB.
  5. Chec MB in/pot power pins connections.
Hope That will Help.

May 16, 2009 | Shuttle AN35N Motherboard

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Bios update disaster


You have to download the old bios with another PC and then flash your bios with that.

Use this list to find your bios download depending on your video chip.

Worldvet

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Biostar P4M900-M7 SE BIOS ROM Checksum Error


The bios upgrade procedure stopped at half , leaving the bios corrupted. The computer now cannot do a regular boot procedure, this is the reason why it cannot recognise some device. If you are still able to boot from floppy, you can restart bios upgrade procedure from floppy. Just download floppy version upgrade and re do setup. Even if you do not find latest bios version, just download a floppy upgrade that is working, so that you can restart your machine regularly , and then do the update to latest version.
If you are not able to complete the bios setup, the only way to fix your motherboard will be flashing the CMOS chipset with a chip programmer device that will reinstall bios straight into cmos chipset.
You can have this done at the service point, in this case consider also replacing your motherboard.

Regards

Apr 03, 2008 | Biostar P4M890-M7 Motherboard

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