Question about Biostar G31-M7 TE Motherboard
> this happened after I updated [the] BIOS
After the 'flashing', did you enter BIOS SETUP, and then use 'Load BIOS Defaults' ?
After that, did you use 'AUTO DETECT DISK DRIVES' ?
If so, were your disk-drive and your CD-drive detected properly?
Hopefully, you updated with the correct BIOS that is specific to exactly your motherboard.
Some motherboards have the capability to 'flash' the BIOS even when a recent BIOS-update did not fully complete -- check the manual that came with the motherboard for the exact key-sequence to activate this 'emergency' BIOS-update.
If you can remove the BIOS chip from the motherboard, and you have your own EEPROM 'writer', you can update the chip while it's mounted on this EEPROM 'writer', and then re-install the BIOS chip onto the motherboard.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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