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HP Pavilion asus p4b266-la Flash gone wrong

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I tried to flash my motherboard this weekend ot get it to recognize my new 2.6 processor. in doing the asus bios it went well just as it said it should untill reboot. I was to drop back into the bios set up using the DEL to enter setup and update the new settings and then continue on to windows.. well the issue is that it wont recognize my keyboard(s) as i have tried 6 different one and then it fails and gives me a hardware error and fails to boot any futurer. so I can't enther set up. I can't reflash it back to my back up. I think I am in a world of problems. the only other thing i can think to do is to order if possible a new bios chip from either HP or Asus...

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  • Steve King
    Steve King Apr 22, 2008

    FYI asus support number has changed (812)282-2787 still option 3

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Try resetting the bios! there is a pin on the motherboard that you remove , then re-install . then restart computer. check the instructions on your new mother board, also could be a bad
keyboard, change out keyboard, try usb keyboard!>>>good luck!

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