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Bios for Gigabyte GA-8IPE775-G motherboard

Acpi.sys corrupted, it shows when i try to reinstall computer wontboot at all

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Re: bios for Gigabyte GA-8IPE775-G motherboard

Reflash the BIOS using Qflash utility,

If the BIOS is corrupted, open the case , remove the CMOS battery (for 2 minutes) and place it back

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Re: bios for Gigabyte GA-8IPE775-G motherboard

Last BIOS for all revisions (1.0/1.1/1.2) GA-8IPE775-G.

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SOURCE: gigabyte motherboard connection front panel to motherboard?

Have you reseated them properly? Did you have the power connected still when you took them out and put them back in? If you had power still plugged in you have probably fried the ports.

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SOURCE: Gigabyte 865 motherboard GA 8I 865 GVM SOUND DRIVER PROBLEM

none of the mixer lines are muted are they ?

If you double click on the speaker icon in the system tray or go to audio / sound in control panel and check in there.

Also have you got the speakers / headphones connected to the correct port ?

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SOURCE: Gigabyte Motherboard wont flash bios

your bios has been corrupted.

The AWARD BIOS has a similar procedure to AMI. To recover an AWARD BIOS you will need to create a bootable floppy diskette and add the desired BIOS file (we recommend using the most recent). Award BIOS's generally are in .BIN format, where as AMI was .ROM format. You will also add an AWARD flash utility (usually awdflash.exe) and an AUTOEXEC.BAT file.

The AWARD BIOS does not automatically restore the BIOS information to the 'system block' like the AMI BIOS does. You will need to add the commands necessary to flash the BIOS in the AUTOEXEC.BAT file. The system will run the AUTOEXEC.BAT file, which contains the flash instructions.

Note: 12345678.BIN represents the name of your BIOS.

Step by Step:
1. Create a bootable floppy diskette or bootable dos cd /usb drive
2. Copy the BIOS file and flash utility to the disk
3. Create an text file with any standard text editor and add the following lines

awdflash 12345678.BIN /py/sn/f/cc/r

Exchange the awdflash with the name of whatever flash utility you are using, and replace the 12345678.BIN with the name of the BIOS file you are using. The parameters are explained here:

py = program yes
sn = save no
f = flash
cc = clear cmos
r = reboot

Remove disk and restart computer

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Hello, im having trouble with my motherboard (Gigabyte GA-8IPE775-G) im trying to re-install Windows XP on a brand new HDD and it can see it in Bios (set 1st boot to CD 2nd HDD) but won't let me...

Owners manual can be found here :
As to the boot process, its been my experience that if you can actually get into bios, then there isn't any problem with it. Problems usualy arise becoase of a setting chianged inside bios. Have you tried resetting bios to defaults to see if that changes anything?
BTW, have you formatted the new harddrive? Re-install works a heck of a lot better with a properly formatted harddrive.
Hope that helps.
Cheers from NZ

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Click here to go to the link. Once on the link chose the OS type and download the drivers you need.

May 03, 2011 | Gigabyte GA-8IPE775-G (818313002198)...

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Good morning,my pc have a message like "cmos checksum error" and it don't start,i restarted the bios but i hadn't solve the problem,i have the gigabyte GA81PE775-G MOTHERBOARD

This problem usually occurs when the BIOS information is corrupted and it is caused by a flat BIOS battery.
Replace the BIOS battery with a new one, this battery could be a coin size battery approx. 20mm dia it may be a 3 volt lithium battery type CR2030.

Feb 18, 2011 | Gigabyte GA-8IPE775-G (818313002198)...

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System shuts down at times. May take several times to try and reboot. When I try to reinstall windows with a CD Recovery Disk, I get an error which says Bios ACPI not comliant and will not go any further....

Enter you're bios and disable ACPI. Wait until you have at least SP2 installed before enabling ACPI. While in the bios open, Hardware Monitor & MISC Setup. Watch the CPU temp. See page 53 in you're manual.
You're system shutting down may be caused by the CPU over heating. This is a safety feature for all MBs. Suggest that you remove the CPU heat-sink assembly from the CPU. Check the thermal past / tap. If it is dried or cracked replace. Remove the old using house hold alcohol on a clean rag. (Not dripping wet). At this point there is no need to remove the CPU. Clean the CPU's fan and blow out any dust build-up within the assembly. The heat build up will cause you're system from booting untill the CPU cools. This is why it seems to take awhile for you're system to boot.
Link to Gigabyte GA-7VKML manual;

Gigabytes main site for GA-74KML;


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Why Windows don't want to boot with this mainboard - showing BIOS ist not ACPI compailant. BIOS Version 1.89.

probably BIOS is partly corrupt. you can try the followings:-

insert winXP bootable installation cd. and start pressing F5 button to invoke the types of computer. then select Standard PC by pressing enter. the rest in windows setup.

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just reinstall the operating system.

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Flashed bios wont boot ga-ep43-ud3l

Seems like your bios update failed, was corrupt, wrong version or was interrupted.

It's very difficult to recover from a failed bios flash , but if you are lucky you can try clearing cmos then take the battery out overnight. Then reinstall battery and do a HARD BOOT.

If that does not work try this site and read recent comments.

Good luck,

Jul 22, 2009 | Gigabyte GA-EP43-UD3L Motherboard

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Bios not acpi compatible

Hi zedy, you're bios is not compatible with ACPI. Toy understand this better read the Microsoft web site link posted below.
You can try to fix this by upgrading you're bios software. Click on the link for bios upgrades for you're board Gigabyte GA-6VX.

Good Luck!
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