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Originally Posted by masonkian View Post
i would take the motherboard out of the case and try again a reset cmos and one stick of ram trying all the ram slots first
will try that..

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Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
This issue has been discussed repeatedly with regards to the older gigabyte boards with the dual bios. This is almost always a problem with the board or possibly the BIOS being corrupted. Having RAM that is dying or on its way out can cause this as well. You can check over on tweaktown as there were similar threads about this over there.

There's also a method to get the board to boot from the backup bios, by using a flathead screwdriver to short pins 6 and 7 of the IC on the main BIOS (going from pin 1 which I think is on the left side), but I'm not sure if that applies to X58 or only to P6x boards. There was also another method to force a checksum error on the primary bios and force it to recover from backup; I think this was something like this:

1) power off the board and turn off the psu rocker switch
2) hold down the case power button
3) Turn on the board by turning on the PSU rocker switch with the case button still depressed.
4) Quickly, before the board shuts off by itself, release the case power button, and then flick the PSU switch off in the back.
5) Turn the PSU switch back on and try to boot to BIOS.

For clearing CMOS (assuming the main bios is not corrupted), the proper way is to turn off the board, turn off the PSU rocker switch, press the case button to discharge the +5 standby voltage, wait 60 seconds, open case and either press the cmos clear/RTC button for 30 seconds, and if there are only a CMOS jumper pin block, to short the jumper blocks with a HDD Jumper, or a flatblade screwdriver for 30 seconds, and then remove and power up the system again.

You'll have to ask or check the other threads here or on tweaktown for more help.
I think i should make some tries before i retain the MB...
I will post the result after trying..

Thanks
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Oky guys,, i just finished all the test as you mentioned, and nothing was helping.. I also take off the MB from my main computer and tried it to my 2ND computer, and also the same..

So it seems that the M.B, has a problem.. i will take it to the shop and replace it..

But my new wondering is: Should i buy the same UD7 or any thing else? i think i have to make a new thread regarding this thing..

Please advice.
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