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DX38BT don't boot after a recovery BIOS

I removed jumper and I did a recovery with the BIOS v1478, all ok on screen old version replaced by new etc., after computer ask me to reboot, and when I reboot the computer, I see the CDROM flash and 5 sec. after the computer reboot and I get nothing after. I suspect, the recovery method erase the old BIOS and didn't write the new, I used this method to upgrade the BIOS because the express method return always the old version after I executed that.
-CMOS battery ok 3.09 Volts
- file .BIO always on the CDROM.

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  • Ben1234 Mar 07, 2008

    I already read this procedure, and I always obtain the same thing.

  • Ben1234 Mar 07, 2008

    I lost the communication on the chat when I click on the link in your answer.

  • Ben1234 Mar 07, 2008

    Thanks you for yours comments.

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Hello ...you there....

what happened???why did the chat close??

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    isaac johny Mar 07, 2008

    just visit this site.....you have the troubleshooting procedure.....

    just follow this ,,,,,you should be able to retrace back

    http://www.intel.com/support/motherboard...

    thankyou...

    regards,.
    johnychel..

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    isaac johny Mar 07, 2008

    ok ok ...that i dint kno.....

  • isaac johny
    isaac johny Mar 07, 2008

    ben - actually the bios is chip like thing...

    its just a matter of few microseconds that takes to flash the chip and recode it with new codes..

    when you are updating the information is stored in the RAM...

    usually when we restart the ram stores nothin...but during this time
    its different ...the RAM stores the info that needs to be burned in the bios chip..

    **NOTE: there should be no voltage fluctuation during this process...(do you have it there)

    in the new board (from 2005-till date) there are dual bios..one for back-up

  • isaac johny
    isaac johny Mar 07, 2008

    if any thing goes wrong it should troubleshoot it....

    in the older boards the chip is directly embedded on to the board ...so no choice of replacing it....you have to take it to trash.

    but as you said it was a new one ..you may have an option of replacing the chip if the provision is there on your board.....

    so take it to a tech...i wish it dont go to trash....

    thankyou for responding here....

    goodluck...


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