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New MSI K9MM-V motherboard

MSI K9MM-V

When I boot up with the new board in place it takes me to an MSI splash screen and gives me the option to select <tab> or <del> depending on weather I want to config the bios or not. but that's all the further it will go. it hangs there and won't let me make a choice. any suggestions?

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Dear daven

you can try, disable any integrated prripheral, like., USB port, com any related port

after that you can use your cd booting
to load into dos program

and before it try to download a new bios here

http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/BIOS/Msi/MSI-K9MM-V-BIOS-15.shtml

after that you can updated your bios

award.exe biosname /cp /cc /py


oke


thx

cropp

Posted on Mar 18, 2008

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