Originally Posted by savage1987
Hey guys, can someone give me a brief rundown of how the save/load CMOS utility works in the CH IV F BIOS? I saved one nice and stock with just RAM timings set, so I can go back to it if my OCing goes to hell, but I tried to go back to it as a test and it confused me
took me to some sort of explorer window where i could choose a file off the HDD....
I thought it'd be super easy like it is in ASRock's UEFI BIOS on the Z77 Pro4-M I've been playing with.
I tried finding out this information in the Book, but so far no go. I'll keep looking however.
Originally Posted by vypr
Ok folks got a problem. I can't even get my CPU to post. I have to post here from my phone
Today I tried to turn on my CPU and it shut off within a second.
I disconnected everything from the mobo and still same. I found that if I disconnected the smaller secondary power plug it would turn on but not post or display anything on the screen. Think mobo or psu?
Mobo is crosshair iv
Psu is corsair gs 700.
Was it working before then?
Try removing/ reinstallig your hardware, making sure to piug your GPU in.
If that doesn't work, reset your CMOS. If that doesn't work Remove the CMOS and wait 15 to 20 minutes replace it and see what that does. The only other thing I can think of is you might try a different CPU if you have one. It's possible that your CPU failed but try what I suggested first and see if that works. It might just be a faulty driver. So I wouldn't freak out just yet.
~Ceadder Edited by Ceadderman - 9/28/12 at 8:33pm