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Doing this right now. Already have the Bios in the other position. If it boots up, its going straight to BIOS f3.

As soon as you can see the power button fully lit, let us know. thumb.gif
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Take the CMOS battery out with the psu uplugged from wall and board, then short the CMOS battery terminal with a screwdriver. Got my board back this way.

You sir saved me $$$$ shes alive again!
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Doing this right now. Already have the Bios in the other position. If it boots up, its going straight to BIOS f3.

Btw, this "Dead mobo" thing occurs too.... on a Asus Rampage V Extreme I used to have. It wouldn't even turn on unless i did a USB BIOS flashback to restore the BIOS, then it worked fine. I sold that mobo for a reason.

Well then, go see if the backup BIOS works.
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You sir saved me $$$$ shes alive again!

reflash f3 back to the other bios chip, and stay on F3.
     
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You sir saved me $$$$ shes alive again!

Looks like we have a recurring scene here folks. thumb.gif

EDIT: Now that that is alive, for the time being or whatnot, Save your BIOS settings as OC Profiles. Would make it easier to return to previous working settings.
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Btw, this "Dead mobo" thing occurs too.... on a Asus Rampage V Extreme I used to have. It wouldn't even turn on unless i did a USB BIOS flashback to restore the BIOS, then it worked fine. I sold that mobo for a reason.

Well then, go see if the backup BIOS works.
reflash f3 back to the other bios chip, and stay on F3.

F3 is on the backup bios. I'm gonna stick with that.
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You sir saved me $$$$ shes alive again!

Glad to hear it lives. Wish we a good idea of what the actual problem was though.
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Anybody with a Gigabyte K7 getting code "56" constantly on the error LED?

My system works fine, but it's been like this since day 1 (last Friday).

Stock BIOS, BTW.
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From my short experience, shutting down seems hit or miss. I try to avoid that by restarting into the BIOS to make sure it reboots to previous settings and Press the Power button down to shut down the board.

It may be disconnecting itself from the shutdown command.
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F3 is on the backup bios. I'm gonna stick with that.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/5zlegh/how_to_restore_a_bricked_ax370_gaming_5_bios/

From Reddit on how to reflash the main bios:

How to restore a bricked AX370 Gaming 5 BIOS self.Amd
Submitted 5 days ago * by GhostMotleyXT

The Gigabyte AX370 Gaming 5 seems to be a popular choice for those building a Ryzen system, so I figured I'd share my experience on how to recover the main BIOS if it bricks itself.
First, some backstory...

I got my AMD R7 1700 and Gigabyte AX370 Gaming 5 yesterday, and in the past 24 hours I've had six system crashes, the main BIOS bricked itself and the backup BIOS nearly bricked itself too, thought I'd share some tips on how I managed to restore the main BIOS, as far as I can tell, it isn't listed anywhere in the manual on how you actually do this.

It should be noted, the BIOS didn't brick itself due to an unstable overclock or brick while I was updating the BIOS, it just randomly bricked itself after a system crash.

If you don't have a second PC, I recommend all AX370 Gaming 5 owners keep handy a USB stick with a BIOS file on it, that way if this happens you are prepared.

Step 1) Unplug everything, remove the CMOS battery and press the clear CMOS button, which is located in the top right corner of the board (the black switch opposite the white one)

Step 2) Down near the the bottom PCIE slot you'll see two switches, the bottom switch related to the soundcard, the top switch allows you to select between the main BIOS (1) which is the default and the backup BIOS (2), move the top switch over to 2.

Step 3) Plug the CMOS battery back in and connect everything back up (remember to have the USB with the BIOS file plugged in), turn on your PC, if nothing happens or it continuously loops for more than around 30 seconds, shut the PC down and remove the CMOS battery, now connect everything back up and try again without the CMOS battery installed (this is what I needed to do)

Step 4) If your PC successfully posts, begin tapping the 'End' key, this will bring you to the Q-Flash utility, before you do anything on-screen, flip the switch back to the main BIOS (1), now proceed to select your USB, select the BIOS file and flash your BIOS. Your PC will restart once complete.
If all goes well, your main BIOS should now be restored, once it is, you can power down and reinsert the CMOS battery (if applicable)
I'll also mention that I used the F4 BIOS to do this recovery, the F5c and F5d BIOS should work fine as well.
     
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I was on BIOS F4 when it happened. Kind of bricked it self after shut down I guess. I was messing with F5D for a bit but that BIOS was bugged.


3.8ghz @ 1.264v now. Memory still at 2400mhz until good updates come our way. Running all 4 dimms though,
Edited by SLK - 3/20/17 at 9:14pm
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