Question about Shuttle XPC SD32G2 Barebone
Hello their, I have fixes alot of computer happen like this. your computer has no operating system at that moment.. you need to install a fresh copy of window xp or vista OS. there is nothing wrong with your computer if this will work..
Just install it
hope this helps..
Posted on Oct 15, 2011
Most likey you will have to use the "floppy" (or usb), FLASH utility.
Your vender website should be able to provide you this via a download.. alas, if you do not have any other means to access the internet, try using a public one (ie; library, kinko's, or a University or local coffee shop (pay as you surf), to download the "utility" *and the most recent BIOS file.
Once you have both. on the same device (floppy, usb, or cdrom), you will want to "power on" your unit with that disc in the drive, it should be able to boot off of that disk (with the flash/utility software), and most of them will immediately start the "flashing" of your BIOS with the new flash image.,.
once finished, (usually within a few minutes), remove the disc, and reboot (either hard or soft reboot).. you should be able to enter your new BIOS and re-configure it for anything, or at least allow you to boot back into your system. Hope this helps.
This is a very common experience among "BIOS Updates" when they crash. I personally have had to do this procedure on my ASUS M/B quite a few times, :) (due to improper Overclocking:)
But be careful *Not to try and "FLASH" to many times without success, or even to many times "in succession" (one after another), that has many times lead to "burning out" your BIOS ROM (chip), and you would have to order a replacement chip from the vendor, (i speak from experience on this one;), there usually about $15-$20.. If all else fails, it's not such a bad idea to order 'an extra' BIOS ROM, just in case this scenario develops again, and your stuck in the a inopportune time, just a thought :)
Let me know if you are still looking for help.
Cheers, and good luck.
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
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