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in the end i just bought the exactly same mobo of ebay job done now back to gaming
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Originally Posted by E-Peen View Post
As said above, if it isn't dual BIOS then you may have bricked it. RMA means you contact the manufacturer and tell them what happened, you send it in and they repair it/replace it.

However, I'm not sure what they're going to do for a bricked mobo. But for future reference... NEVER! update your BIOS unless you're having an issue that can ONLY be solved with a BIOS update.
I might have to argue this. BIOS updates can be great, and prevent issues. If you know what your doing they are about as risky as a windows update.

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