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I think most manufacturers include the flash utility along with the BIOS files when you download from their sites.
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post #42 of 50
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Originally Posted by SlashX1896 View Post
Well idk i think im done for the night, tomrrow il check up back on this site, and il try lookin on that award flash utility.
Well i am sorry i totally overlooked the fact that u r running xp pro. Just download the bios and unzip it. You will find the bios file and an utility which can be used to flash the bios from within windows. I could not because the utility does not support vista.
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Alright il try that when i get home. thanks
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Ok after i flash the bios, what should i try?

Edit: i just tryed to flash the bios and when it does it, i get Allocation memory failures. and like kernel memory failures.

any ideas?
Edited by SlashX1896 - 6/5/08 at 3:33pm
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Did you clear CMOS before flashing the BIOS?.... and are you trying to flash from within Windows?
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Yap i had the similar problem while flashing the bios with the crappy @bios software from gigabyte. Then i used Q-flash in conjunction with a floppy and the flash was smooth
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Il clear cmos and try but other then that i guess i need a Floppy drive lol.


edit: i dont know how to clear cmos?
Edited by SlashX1896 - 6/7/08 at 2:30pm
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Anyone? its been 5 days. and idk wat todo lol
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Do you have your motherboard manual?.... there should be a diagram that shows the location of a clear CMOS jumper. With your system powered off and unplugged, move the jumper to the "clear" position (your manual should detail this) for about 10 seconds, then move the jumper back to the original position. That will reset your CMOS to default settings.

Hope that helps.... good luck!
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Oh? ive done that before, but was told by it only being resetting the bios manually., i guess its all the same.
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