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Just tried flashing my bios to 2207 and yea, now when I start the computer NOTHING happens. The system turns on but the screen and my keyboard stay off. Help?

Edit: I think I fixed it, I used the jumper to reset the BIOS, still says I am on BIOS version 2207, Ill see how things go.
Edited by cbrazeau1115 - 6/24/09 at 8:51pm
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Originally Posted by cbrazeau1115 View Post
Just tried flashing my bios to 2207 and yea, now when I start the computer NOTHING happens. The system turns on but the screen and my keyboard stay off. Help?

Edit: I think I fixed it, I used the jumper to reset the BIOS, still says I am on BIOS version 2207, Ill see how things go.
Let us know if you can't get it. I'm just got back from an overnight fishing trip and am about to crash for the next several hours. I should be up in a few to shut down all my folders. I'll check back w/you then.
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post #2533 of 12343
My x3 720be should be here today or tomorrow and I need to flash my bios from 1603 to 2207.I've never flashed a bios before so I'm a little nervous.

So I just want to make sure I get it right.

I will be doing this with my old cpu installed.


1.reboot/enter bios/reset to default/save&exit.

2. shut down/clear cmos/plug in usb thumb drive with unzipped bios

3.reboot/enter bios/start ez-flash 2/flash/remove usb drive.

4.upon reboot enter bios/reset to default/save&exit.

5.shut down/clear cmos.Is this step necessary?

6.reboot/reset to default/save&exit/(should I let it load windows here,before
doing #7?, just to make sure it will)

7.upon reboot enter bios/set bios to my liking/save&exit.


Add or delete steps where needed please, above or below.


And if all goes well,all I need to do to install 720 is

1.reboot/enter bios/reset to default/save&exit.

2.shut down/clear cmos/install 720/reboot.

3.upon reboot enter bios/reset to default/save&exit.

4.reboot to windows(just to make sure it will)

5.reboot/enter bios/set prefered settings/save&exit.

6.sit back and enjoy.

thanks

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post #2534 of 12343
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Originally Posted by Gyro View Post
My x3 720be should be here today or tomorrow and I need to flash my bios from 1603 to 2207.I've never flashed a bios before so I'm a little nervous.

So I just want to make sure I get it right.

I will be doing this with my old cpu installed.


1.reboot/enter bios/reset to default/save&exit.

2. shut down/clear cmos/plug in usb thumb drive with unzipped bios

3.reboot/enter bios/start ez-flash 2/flash/remove usb drive.

4.upon reboot enter bios/reset to default/save&exit.

5.shut down/clear cmos.Is this step necessary?

6.reboot/reset to default/save&exit/(should I let it load windows here,before
doing #7?, just to make sure it will)

7.upon reboot enter bios/set bios to my liking/save&exit.


Add or delete steps where needed please, above or below.


And if all goes well,all I need to do to install 720 is

1.reboot/enter bios/reset to default/save&exit.

2.shut down/clear cmos/install 720/reboot.

3.upon reboot enter bios/reset to default/save&exit.

4.reboot to windows(just to make sure it will)

5.reboot/enter bios/set prefered settings/save&exit.

6.sit back and enjoy.

thanks

Gyro
Sounds good but I would not worry about unpluging your thumb drive after the flash. I would wait to clear your cmos after you try to boot for the first time. then clear your cmos if you have problems. If you are able to get into the bios and make your adjustments after the flash then you are golden and might or should not need to clear cmos.

Good Luck and I'm off to catch some Zzz's
Edited by N2Gaming - 6/25/09 at 11:02am
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Ok thanks N2Gaming.

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post #2536 of 12343
Bet you guys have notcied the 2207 BIOS has gone back to beta on ASUS Website. Over the last couple of days have contacted asus regarding the major problem with the 2207 BIOS.

Users are unable to clear CMOS within BIOS i.e load default settings it crashes

Now asus have labelled the 2207 BIOS beta again, hopefully they are wroking on something
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post #2537 of 12343
mulkman, As far as I know it has only been beta.

It has only been out a little over a month.

I think I might just flash to 2205 till 2207 is certified.

T-storms coming so I will wait until tomorrow to flash.

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If I was you Gyro I woudl stick with 2205, don't go anywhere near 2207 many people reporting problems.

Like trouble resetting the CMOS within the BIOS it crashes.
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I own a Phenom II X3 720. I ran this CPU @ 3200Mhz with 100% load for over a month on a M2N-SLI Deluxe; it was 100% stable. I now use the CPU in my gaming rig (has M2N32-SLI Deluxe mobo), I run it at 3500Mhz, also 100% stable.
Occasionally it won't POST and I have to hit the reset switch and enter/exit the BIOS for it to post (seldom with the M2N-SLI: often with my M2N32-SLI), but I had the same issues when I used other CPUs so it isn't really an issue with the Phenom II.
I have the same issue on my M2N32 Sli Deluxe and Phenom II 720, at 3400Mhz it boot normaly, but at 3500Mhz and ahead I´m need to reboot and enter on setup. It´s normal on this case?

Including I would like to know if someone has an stable overclock bigger tah 3600mhz with an phenom II and this board.

Sorry if my english is not very good, I´m from Brazil, please be patient and correct me if I wrote something wrong.
post #2540 of 12343
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Originally Posted by ninjjah View Post
I have the same issue on my M2N32 Sli Deluxe and Phenom II 720, at 3400Mhz it boot normaly, but at 3500Mhz and ahead I´m need to reboot and enter on setup. It´s normal on this case?

Including I would like to know if someone has an stable overclock bigger tah 3600mhz with an phenom II and this board.

Sorry if my english is not very good, I´m from Brazil, please be patient and correct me if I wrote something wrong.
I think the issue is that the board just cant muscle enough power for any higher OC. A 720 @ stock is a 95w TDP but @ 3.6 and 1.2vcore has a 122W TDP. Most likely you are running a higher vcore than 1.2vcore for 3.5. That is one of the reasons I have not yet upgraded.
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