Question about MSI MS-6340 Motherboard
Flashing a BIOS is risky, if any little thing goes wrong and it fails to flash properly, you get what they call a "bricked" BIOS. It is highly recommended not to flash the BIOS unless there is a problem with the currents system. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but once the system has been shut down after a bad flash it's too late to fix it the easy way. Depending on your level of experience you can try to de-solder the old BIOS and solder a new replacement BIOS. Otherwise you should send it to the manufacturer and let them deal with it. Alternatively you can try to find your model motherboard online and replace it.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
Check your chip. If it is a PLCC 32 pins, you can order one on ebay. Or if there are no 32 pins chip, then it must be 8 pins. You will need someone to re-flash your own chip. www.biosxp.com
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check your ram modules and also check if your video cards fans are running right. If both are ok then try clearing the bios it should work out
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
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