Liteon NA115 can't even display bios on screen, i'd tried upgrading ram to pc3200-512mb,1st time plug the ram & try to load windows..it's normaly running ok...after shutdown & tried to switch on again..the bios won't even display and still no beep sound from mb,...upnlug all devices (VGA,MODEM,Reset CMOS etc) still the bios won't apprear/load..any solution for that matter ?Please Help..thank's
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you are pretty much right it may be a corrupt bios, however before we come to a conclusion try isolating both Seagate Barracuda 7200 rpm 80gig ide hard drive and optical drive only and then see if it at least goes past the bios screen, if yes then the bios is ok and just needs to be resetted to defaults. dont expect it to load windows even if it goes past bios check as hard disk which helps to boot to windows would be removed. also in case if you are using 2 ram slots try connecting only 1 ram chip in 1 slot and then see if it goes past the bios test screen. do reply with results. Good luck.
If it works fine with one stick of ram. Then it is the ram that is incompatible. You can try different settings but you may end up that the stick isn't compatible. Hope this helps let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you, Lee
pls check the RAM try re installing the RAM or try replacing them , may be it is a co incedent u thought it as a bios update failure pls check and reply back with mother board complete model number and manufacturer with processor details
I would not update the BIOS unless you are experiencing any problems. Try installing the new hardware first and then if you do experience problems, think about upgrading the BIOS. The latest version is 1013 FYI.
The new hardware should be supported without a BIOS update, as long as you have Service Pack 2 in Windows XP or above then all your 750GB will be shown. As for the memory you should see it list the new size in the POST screen before Windows even loads, or inside Windows.
If you do have problems, then please post back and we can help.