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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

Posted on Sep 19, 2007

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Have a new Urban S71 case with Super X5DP8-G2, checked it by connecting blk and green wire on 24pin ATX power connector on the Corsair TX650 v 2.2 cpu fans and case fans all operate. Blue high low fan...


It booted up once, and now fails?

Quite likely it is defective. If it booted once, it should boot again.

Make sure the little SQUARE 4-wire plug from the power supply is also plugged into the Mobo. Commonly overlooked, and can drive you nuts trying to figure out.

Best 'o luck, Barry.

Mar 24, 2015 | Super Computers & Internet

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Reflash Via EPIA-M 1000g BIOS when board is dead


I'm writing this in the hope that others like me can resolv their problem with the dead EPIA-M mainboard.The symptoms where.. on power-up .. it would make 2 high pich beeps followed by 2 low pich beeps..turned out that is the error code for dead BIOS.
OK so u have a dead bios and a mobo that won't boot for various reasons.. from flashing a wrong or corrupted bios or else.
Apart from the other ways to go around the problem like buying a new chip already flashed or flash the chip with a dedicated flasher u can follow on this simple guide.
You should at least have some experience in DIY in computers .
1. Find a mobo of an old  pc that uses the same socket for the bios chip.if it uses award bios even better.I used a biostar p4m800-m7a mobo to do this.
No need for it to have a hdd or something special attached to it.. power source and cd or dvd/rom will do.
2. Try to see if it boots, if all ok..
3. Get you hands on the Hiren's boot cd..burn it and boot from cd..it has in the Dos program list... in the next page BIOS/CMOS UTILITIES. Select uniflash 1.4.. i did it with the 1.4 on the hiren's boot cd 10.1 maybe if they update it it will work also.It will tell you the name of the bios chip and some details..make a backup of original chip just in case.
4.On other pc download the 109.BIN file .. the bios file known to be stable for the EPIA-M board. You can find it on some forum.. i can't remember now..I thank them by the way.Same the file on a fat32 usb key.
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.
6. Pull out the dead bios chip of EPIA-M and put it in the surogate board.These steps must be done with absolute care.If you think you can't do it, wait or call a friend with more experience or get hold of the right tools
7. Now with the dead bios chip in place.. select in uniflash, rediscover bios chip.. or something like that,..can't remember well.. but you get it when you see the screen... the sst bios of the EPIA-M NOW SHOWS UP...
8. select flash bios and select the file on the root of the usb key by typing C:\109.bin.. if no hdd attached.. the key is seen as C, otherwise use letter accordingly.It flashes the bios in less that 10 seconds.. and says ok.. power off surogate mobo.. replace bios chip with original.. and enjoy now your EPIA-M mainboard again.
If you'd like to thank me or ask details..mail me at [email protected]

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Alienware aurora 7500 p5n32-sli mobo wont boot up i have tested video card. tried removing any unnecessary perpetuals .. tried reseting bios.. tested voltages on power supply to make certain that my cpu...


If the computer does not boot up and you tested all the other parts than the mobo is dead. How old is the computer? It could just be an age thing as well.

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I cannot get the s5000vsa to boot from usb.


It's a server mobo.. it might not be configured out of the box to support that. Check the BIOS.. after that check for any BIOS updated for that board. It might be an issue they resolved. You also might have to TELL it to boot from an external source (some MoBo's make you press the TAB button at POST to open that menu.. others the F10 key)

Mar 19, 2011 | Intel S5000VSA Motherboard

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My HP XW4600 does not power up to boot though the fans are blowing at full power. HP certified techs replaced the board twice. What else could it be?


First, be sure the monitor is connected, and powered. Sounds stupid, but I have had the problem.
Next, When you start it, do you hear one beep while the boot process is going on?. If no, the problem sounds like the motherboard. Are you comfortable taking the side off? We will be looking for any lit leds.

This being my first time, I am not sure of the protocol, But, give me
a little slack. I wil look in my service files for information on that
model.

Nothing to do with your problem, but you need to increase the memory to at at least 2Gb if you are running XP.

Let know what more info you can give me. Any thing abnormal helps.

Larry Howard
[email protected]

Dec 03, 2010 | HP xw4600 Workstation - 1 x Intel Core 2...

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How about your screen; is it good?

Your monitor cable, is it damaged?

Does the computer beep, to tell of booting progress?

Is the new MoBo really new? What about the video card?

Try different RAM. Bad RAM will not let a computer boot.
Try booting the MoBo out of the case: lay it out on wooden surface and plug in power supply and monitor, then turn on. Listen for beeps, HDD cranks. Also watch the screen.

Come back after doing these checks so we can isolate the problem.

Feb 20, 2008 | ASUS PCH-DL Motherboard

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Hi all, I am running Gigabyte M59SLI-S5 mobo, 6000x2 CPU, 4gigs 1066ram, 2 dvd-burners, a 6600GT vid card, and an X-fi sound card, all powered by a 650watt BFG PSU, in Vista Home Premium. Ever since I installed the new ram my pc is running very unstable, It isn't the ram as I've run various mem testers and what not. Every time I tell my PC to shut down it doesn't, not all the way. My monitor turns black, vid card and HDD turn off, but the RAM is still running (can tell because of the LED's on it), and so is the PSU (lights are on). What could cause this? I also don't have any viruses. I had problems with my old ram in this same mobo as well.

Also another problem is that sometimes when I boot my pc it has mobo Bios F4, and sometimes it shows an F8H. So it doesn't always boot under the same revision of the BIOS. I've tried flashing the BIOS and reupdating, but each time I do that it stays at the f8h version a few days then sporadically reboots in F4 or F8 revision.

What do I need to do? Get a new mobo? And is it unsafe for parts of my pc to turn off but the psu and ram not to? I wanted to wait until March or so to get a new mobo, but if this will damage other components should I get a new one now? I appreciate all answers, as I am completely bewildered by this, and no one I know has ever heard of this.

And a side note, I have checked my running temps and my CPU is about 40C under load and whole system case is about 27C under load.

Dec 06, 2007 | Gigabyte GA-945GM-S2 (0818313003065)...

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The beep codes are not universal, but there are a few popular BIOS's and you can figure out what 2 beeps means if you can find your BIOS listed here:

http://www.computerhope.com/beep.htm

The name of your BIOS should appear on the monitor as you're booting.

Nov 20, 2007 | Asrock M810LMR Motherboard

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