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MTC1 - I've tried all of the hardware tricks like that. i even went as far as replacing the PSU with a known good PSU, as well as the videocard. unfortunatly i just keep getting the same results.

kpo6969 - i didn't even get to a boot screen or post screen, my screen just stays black. i don't get any beeps. the only thing the system will do now is, the fans will come on stay on for approx 3 seconds then shut off. The system just keep cycling like that.
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MTC1 - I've tried all of the hardware tricks like that. i even went as far as replacing the PSU with a known good PSU, as well as the videocard. unfortunatly i just keep getting the same results.

How many times have you let it cycle? I don't think that it would hurt anything to let the computer try to turn itself on for a few minutes. It may eventually correct itself. I have OC'd too far and had it cycle like this and usually after about 5 times of trying, it reverts to stock settings and boots fine.


If you have not tried letting it do that, please do.



If not, you may have to call up Gigabyte and ask them what you should do.


I do not know if I would mention the part about you flashing your BIOS. If you have cooked your BIOS and it was due to flashing, according to the manual for this board, you cannot RMA it. So, if it is broken and needs to be RMA'd (if it is new), I wouldn't mention the BIOS flashing.


They may be able to help you fix it though, so what you tell them is up to you.


I can't think of anything else.


My last suggestion would be to disconnect everything that is not essential, such as hard drives, optical drives, peripherals etc etc. Clear the BIOS with nothing attached except one stick of RAM and your graphics card, so you can see what is going on. Try what I told you above again, with clearing the CMOS by pressing on the clip. If that doesn't fix things, call the manufacturer.
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MTC1 - I've tried all of the hardware tricks like that. i even went as far as replacing the PSU with a known good PSU, as well as the videocard. unfortunatly i just keep getting the same results.

kpo6969 - i didn't even get to a boot screen or post screen, my screen just stays black. i don't get any beeps. the only thing the system will do now is, the fans will come on stay on for approx 3 seconds then shut off. The system just keep cycling like that.
I think you had a bad flash. If you can't even make it to the POST screen then the only ways you can fix it is physically tampering with the mobo such as jumping the CMOS (which you've already tried).

Booting with a USB to flash the BIOS would require at least making it past the POST screen. To me knowledge, it's always POST first then the USB or floppy or whatever you intend to boot from.

You ever tried using a different CPU?

I don't think you can do much without making it past POST screen. You can ask Gigabyte tech support for help. They respond in a day or two. Otherwise, you can RMA it.
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I think you had a bad flash. If you can't even make it to the POST screen then the only ways you can fix it is physically tampering with the mobo such as jumping the CMOS (which you've already tried).

Booting with a USB to flash the BIOS would require at least making it past the POST screen. To me knowledge, it's always POST first then the USB or floppy or whatever you intend to boot from.

You ever tried using a different CPU?

I don't think you can do much without making it past POST screen. You can ask Gigabyte tech support for help. They respond in a day or two. Otherwise, you can RMA it.
When I had a bad flash, and called up Gigabyte, I was hold for about 3 minutes and then spoke to tech support. They suggested I do the things that I relayed to ve9jmc. So, you should be able to get a quick response from Gigabyte. They will be able to tell you how to fix it, and it costs you nothing,


Do that and let us know what they had to say.


Thanks.
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Which bios did you flash and how did you do it?
I just flashed the new one that showed up today:
F8
http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/M...ProductID=2629
F8a, F8b, and F8f are no longer shown on Gigabyte support site
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Originally Posted by MTC1 View Post
When I had a bad flash, and called up Gigabyte, I was hold for about 3 minutes and then spoke to tech support. They suggested I do the things that I relayed to ve9jmc. So, you should be able to get a quick response from Gigabyte. They will be able to tell you how to fix it, and it costs you nothing,


Do that and let us know what they had to say.


Thanks.
Eh, I meant by email. Guess I forgot to type that part in.
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Which bios did you flash and how did you do it?
I just flashed the new one that showed up today:
F8
http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/M...ProductID=2629
F8a, F8b, and F8f are no longer shown on Gigabyte support site
Yes they are http://www.gigabyte-usa.com/Support/...ProductID=2583

F8f is the latest for at least revision 2.0.

E: of course we went to different websites (USAvsWorldwide)
@Bios works really well
Edited by Pasta - 7/15/08 at 2:00pm
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Yes they are http://www.gigabyte-usa.com/Support/...ProductID=2583

F8f is the latest for at least revision 2.0.

E: of course we went to different websites (USAvsWorldwide)
@Bios works really well
Whatever floats your boat if you think a beta F8f with a 3/27/08 release date
would be the latest as opposed to a F8 (final) with a 7/10/08 release date.
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Whatever floats your boat if you think a beta F8f with a 3/27/08 release date
would be the latest as opposed to a F8 (final) with a 7/10/08 release date.
Yes that's exactly what i think..

[/sarcasm]
My mistake
Edited by Pasta - 7/15/08 at 2:43pm
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Let's not be rude.



@ve9jmc - Did you call Gigabyte yet?
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