Question about Foxconn WinFast K7S741MG Motherboard for AMD Socket 462 CPU (K7S741MB6L)
MOTHERBOARD PROBLEM..THIS IS MY 3RD POST ABOUT THE PROBLEM I ENCOUNTERD. IS THERE ANY ONE WHOSE BETTER COULD HELP ME? PLEASEEE....
first of all my mother board problem is BIOS CHECKSUM ERROR,KEYBOARD ERROR or NO KEYBOARD PRESENT (which is it has a keyboard and good) ,so u cant press the DEL or F1..
i tried to chnge my cmos battery into a NEW CMOS BATTERY that i brought, but still it doesnt fix the problem..
so i had to UPDATE my BIOS, booting in a FLOPPY DRIVE using my BOOTDISK.. while im doing these i got the problem of DISKBOOT FAILURE,INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER....
HOW TO FIX THESE.? HELPPPPP....
You have a corrupted bios file or files. This is what the checksum means. You need to download the correct bios onto a floppy disk. That floppy disk needs to formatted as a system / startup disk BEFORE you copy the bios files to it. Then put the floppy into your floppy drive, turn the pc on and try to get into the bios screens. If the keyboard error is preventing this, go to the mainboard manufacturers website and check the correct manual for the board looking for the procedure to recover from a bios failure. If this board if no older then 5 yrs, it should have this feature. Follow the recovery procedure to rewrite your bios. When that is fixed, undertake the bios update procedure. ONLY do this if you fully understand and accept the risks otherwise, take it to your local professional. If your board does not have the recovery feature, replace it !!unless you are able to replace the CMOS chip with one which has the correct bios burnt onto it. As most modern boards have CMOS chips glued and soldered to the board, this may not be an option..If the bios chip is socketed, contact your local computer shop, or the boards manufacturer to request a replacement. Your issues all arise from your bios issues so fix that and all should be well..
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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