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gigabyte z77 bios corrupted. how do I fix this?

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I was just playing around with the settings on my ud3h board and for some reason after disabling "Full Logo" during boot up my motherboard won't boot anymore(it is the latest beta bios so not surprised with the weird bugs). no biggie tho coz my board has a bios switch. switched to the second bios and I was able to boot no problem.

in case something like this might happen again I want the same security I had before. how can I fix the one that doesn't boot anymore? I want to reflash it with a working bios again. TIA OCN thumb.gif


edit: btw I tried the reset cmos button on my motherboard. it does nothing
Edited by jprovido - 12/19/12 at 2:10am
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switch to the busted bios, turn off the system and remove the battery for a few minutes....
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Originally Posted by eXXon View Post

switch to the busted bios, turn off the system and remove the battery for a few minutes....

this fixed it. +rep smile.gif
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