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Cannot access BIOS

When I try to access BIOS(delete key) I get a screen saying "detecting arrays..." and then just sits there. I've cleared the CMOS(gave it overnight) to no avail. ECS technical support is worthless. Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Oct 12, 2008

    Exact same problem. The mother board is fine and works great but I have never been able to access the bios.



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At first you pick up the battary in mother board & Checked the jumper settings for cleared the CMOS. then this board keep in land of 45 min without CPU.

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