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Bios boot failure.

My mobo cannot be booted into bios. In this case, how can I figure out which part is wrong? Please tell me.

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Start removing cards and add-ons one by one starting with graphics card... leave the ram and cpu for last... process of elimination

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wrong CPU used, it has no igpu on die of CPU
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so buy a GPU card and use
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jumper JBA1, with GPU card installed (page 37 RTM)
this will enable the card, to default it.
then what port works on that card (vast exist) some have 3video ports
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higher end cards all 3 work, even HDMI
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You should at least have some experience in DIY in computers .
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5.On the surogate board with uniflash started.. comes the tricky part: u have to get hold of some good tools and pull the bios chip out while it's running... don't worry, nothing will happen.
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