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After bios flash, bips & no booting... is it a way ?

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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.

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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

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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

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