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Boot block compatible version ver.003 Bad bios checksum starting bios recovery.. Motherboard Model no is K8m890

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Try to go to safe mode choose system restore. If you cant get through it. Unplug your power cable.Then its time to open your pc ground yourself with anti static pad b4 touching it to the computer. Take the cmos battery, return it after 30 seconds or more then put back battery again. Plug your pc turn it on. If is not working try to update your bios.

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How do you flash the BIOS


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If the bios is working enough to enable you to boot from a CD download the new bios from asus along with there AFUDOS.exe flash utility and make a bootable CD and copy both to it.

If the bios is completly none functional you should be getting this msg when you turn the computer on,
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If this is the case you need download the most recent BIOS from compaq and either copy it to a bootable CD if you have this capability or buy a floppy drive for $5 and make a bootable floppy on a working computer and copy this BIOS file to it. Then rename the bios file to A8N32SLI.ROM.

You may not even need make the floppy bootable but I would just in case.

Stick the floppy in the drive turn the computer on and you will see

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Please turn off your system and power on again to get system back.

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Sometimes, you can find a "BIOS update" on the manufacturer's web-site, so that the contents of that chip can be refreshed,
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Contact a qualified technician, and pay them for 1 hour of labour.
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Try to go to safe mode choose system restore. If you cant get through it. Unplug your power cable.Then its time to open your pc ground yourself with anti static pad b4 touching it to the computer. Take the cmos battery, return it after 30 seconds or more then put back battery again. Plug your pc turn it on. If is not working try to update your bios.

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READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM"
READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM"
READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM"
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READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM"
READING FILE "P5SD2VM.ROM"
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