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Sounds like you may have installed the wrong bios. Did you keep a
backup copy of the old 1. You should have been prompted to save a copy.
Second thing is to report exactly what was said in an error message..."something/something" really does not cut it.
Lastly it maybe that your mobo just fried itself.One should not just go to doing a bios flash unless absolutely neccesary.
You might try to restart and enter the bios again and click on the install default tab and see if it will restore the default settings. You may have to reset the date/time settings. then save and exit. If the cpu fan does not remain running shut down immediately and try placing a house fan to blowing directly into the pc and try to reboot again. If the cpu fan shuts down again then you probably blew the mobo
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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