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post #11 of 16
Did you try unplugging the hard drives and powering up with the motherboard CD in the disk drive?
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thanks all but i got my dad to help me (it professional) and now it is working
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thanks all but i got my dad to help me (it professional) and now it is working
Please explain. That way others with the same problem will know what is needed to fix the issue.
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i basicly took my main hard drive plugged it into another computer made a fat16 partition added a autoexc.bat file i made a bad file at first but my dad helped me i will put it up soon im not home anyways pointed it to the older bios file and another bios flashing program it booted up and loaded the autoexc.bat it flashed the bios and restarted now its fixed
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Hey I seem to be having the same problem that you did. Would it be possible for you to share more info about what flashing program and bios you used along with the autoexec.bat. I am new at building computers and any help would be appreciated.
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post #16 of 16
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Originally Posted by XaNe View Post
i basicly took my main hard drive plugged it into another computer made a fat16 partition added a autoexc.bat file i made a bad file at first but my dad helped me i will put it up soon im not home anyways pointed it to the older bios file and another bios flashing program it booted up and loaded the autoexc.bat it flashed the bios and restarted now its fixed
PLEASE tell me how you did this. My friend and I just ran into the same problem last night and have found no solutions. Help!!
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