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BAD ROM BIOS FLASHING

PC NO LONGER BOOT UP.

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1 Your BIOS is gone. You have to get the MB repaired through reliable source.

2. Check SMPS for working. if SMPS is faulty then system doesnot boot. Check the Mother board for any LED is glowing then you S<MPS is serviceable else first check SMPS.

NB: Disconnect all the cables other than Power cable.

Posted on May 25, 2008

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