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Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
FF actually is just 255 in hexadecimal.

Each BIOS step has a number (8-bit integer) and the last one is just 255.
Interesting, thanks Duckie
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post #22 of 28
ff in my bios manual reads RMA lol
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bump. ideas?
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bump. ideas?



Dont you have a lifetime warranty?



you could reseat the CPU. never know.
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Dont you have a lifetime warranty?



you could reseat the CPU. never know.
tried 2 cpus, 2 different types of ram, psu, gpu, new battery, etc.
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tried 2 cpus, 2 different types of ram, psu, gpu, new battery, etc.
Sounds like you've tried pretty much everything you can. Is the board under warranty? If not, then you could try baking it.
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tried 2 cpus, 2 different types of ram, psu, gpu, new battery, etc.


Its gone. RMA or get another or something else.
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