Question about MSI K9VGM-V Motherboard
I'm pro and have tried the following
reset the bios via jumper and removing the battery removing the power cable and waiting for different times during these processes
I've reflashed with ver1.3 and ver1.7 (latest) of Phoenix - Award bios several times using winflash and awdflash in dos.
Some say it might be that the flashing progs arent reseting the bios checksum or that the battery is flat - mines not - i've cleared the cmos via winflash aswell. i'm fedup with msi for their msi live update program. The only way I get my pc to boot and load windows is by bypasing the bios (Key f1) when i boot. If i do any saving of bios settings (key F10 save and exit) the pc will not boot and i've got to reset the bios again.
I have a K9VGM-V (MSI) VIA K8M890 Chipset based motherboard. AMD 64 x2 4400+ DUALies Proccessor. 1G + 512MB DDR2 667 Ram 2 Sata HD's and one IDE (BOOTSECTOR) and a Nvdia Gfce 7300GS Graphics card Genius 5.1 Pci Soundcard (Onboard Realtech 8.1 has blown) and a Samsung DVD writemaster.
I know that if a setting in the bios is set incorrectly the pc wont boot - Like enabling a setting. But i haven't seen anything that caught my eye.
please or I might go say hi to M.. S.. I..
Johann. 20 Jan 2008
I had a similar experience after upgrading my RAM. When you reset your CMOS and have default settings maybe you should check if your RAM timings are correct. I could not get mine to load with both sticks in until I fixed the timings from the default settings.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
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