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post #11 of 13
two ways to reset bios

unplug the psu from the board
also remove the bios battery and leave all unplugged for about 5 10 min and then put everything back together. put battery back in the way u took it out and plug the psu back into the board and try again to see if the bios has been reset
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post #12 of 13
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Thank Noob001 and eagles051387's advise.

Now I am taking out my demaged old P4C800-E's flash rom and put it on the P4P800-E (I am doing it tonight). I will use AFUDos to flash the rom on the first boot. If this is not working, I will try to put the old rom back and see how Asus EZ Flash will help. At last with no luck, I have to send it back for RMA.

I can say that the Asus Crush Free is not working or bullet proved.

I have sent a message to Asus for advise, this is the reply I got (what a joke) :

Dear Sir/Madam,

You can have your old BIOS chip reprogrammed or order a new, reprogrammed chip from us. You can also call our RMA department at (510)739-3777 option 3 at the prompt. Have the serial number of the motherboard handy when you call. OR you can send an E-mail to RMA@asus.com with your name address and phone number, and the serial number of the motherboard.

Here is the pricing guide along with the procedure to obtain a new/re! flashed BIOS chip.

Pricing Guide For The Continental United States Orders

Flashed Chip
Flash sent UPS Ground (roughly 2-10 days)
$5.00 (this price covers the S&Hthe flash is free)

Flash sent UPS Overnight (next day)
$20.00 (this price covers S&Hthe flash is free)

New Chip
New chip sent UPS Ground (roughly 2-10 days)
$25.00 (this price covers the chip and S&H)

New chip sent UPS Overnight (next day)
$40.00 (this price covers the chip and S&H)

Pricing Guide for Hawaii Orders

Flashed Chip
Flash sent UPS 2nd Day (2 days)
$20.00 (this price covers S&Hthe flash is free)

Flash sent UPS Overnight (next day)
$30.00 (this price covers S&Hthe flash is free)

New Chip
New chip sent UPS 2nd Day (2 days)
$35.00 (this price covers the chip and S&H)

New chip sent UPS Overnight (next day)
$55.00 (this price covers the chip and S&H)

We can only ship UPS 2nd Day Air or Overnight! to Hawaii.



Pricing Guide for Canadian Orders

Fl ashed or New Chip
$35.00 (standard price for Canada)
We cant ship overnight to Canada due to customs.


Sending Bios Chips Thru The Mail

Make sure you include you bios chip, name, address, daytime phone number, motherboard model number, version of the BIOS in which they want flashed, as well as payment to the address below.

***************************IMPORTANT NOTICE*************************
When you send in a chip to be flashed, you must put the chip in a hard, protective container. If not, the chip could possibly arrive damaged.
*************************** ****************************************

We DO NOT accept entire motherboards, only BIOS chips. Also, we do not accept damaged BIOS chips, so please securely package your BIOS. We can only send BIOS chips within the Continental United States and Canada.

Please note that the following boards have BIOS chips that may be non-removable:
CUSL2-C
CUSL2
P4T
P4T-E!
P4B
CUR-DLS
CUSI-FX

If the BIOS chip is not in a socket and soldered directly to the motherboard, you must contact our RMA department for BIOS repairs. Please have your case number and the serial number from the board and call 510-739-3777 option 3 or e-mail rma@asus.com. Please include your serial number and case number if e-mailing the RMA department.

Methods of Payment

To place an order over the phone, we accept MasterCard or Visa. If you choose to send payment thru the mail, we accept personal checks (not starter checks), company checks, and money orders. We DO NOT HAVE A BILLING OPTION. If you wish to purchase a chip thru the mail and want to pay with a credit card:
DO NOT SEND CREDIT CARD INFORMATION THRU THE MAIL.
Please attach a letter advising us to contact you for payment information.



ASUS Technology
Attn: Bios Dept
7100 Intermodal Drive
Suite A
Louisville, KY 40258
502-995-0883
502-2! 71-6907 (direct line)

Best Regards,
Technical Support Team
NT001
-------------------------------------------------------------
ASUS COMPUTER INC.
Technical Support
Email: Support@asus.com mailto:Support@asus.com
Phone: +1-502-995-0883
URL: http://usa.asus.com/
http://download.asus.com.tw/ (for download page)
ftp://ftp.asus.com/
Customer Service
Email: Rma@asus.com mailto:Rma@asus.com
Phone: +1-510-739-3777 EXT. 5105


Thank you,


Shayne P.
Asus Technology
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post #13 of 13
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I have done it, but is not working due to the ROMID of P4C800-E is different to P4P800-E.

Put back the original P4P800-E, it show the bios checksum error, checking for CD-Rom and floppy. I put the systems CD in. Amazingly, it do revive the systems.

I would said Asus did make a good mobo for 478 socket.

Right now , I am writing by my revived systems.

Looking forward to next big new adventure of oc'ing.

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