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I thought that its impossible to fix a bricked bios on mobo? Bad bios on mobo means no boot, BIOS, usb or floppy or anything computer related.

Flashing graphic cards is another story as you can almost always blind flash it.
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I've never updated a bios before on a system I built myself. So its a definite no no, NOT to update from Windows?
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i've never updated a bios before on a system i built myself. So its a definite no no, not to update from windows?
10.4



EDIT: i have to go to work right now but please keep posting possible fixes so when i get back i can try them
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blind flash? can u do that when theres absolutely no bios on the system? this is the second asus mobo that did this crap....and i never recovered from the last one so i definitely know that if i restart i wont get it to post
Well, it is running right now isn't it? There has to be something on it or it would have probably crapped out during the update I would think. Not sure on how that works though, it may still be able to run without a BIOS while inside of Windows, but it doesn't seem possible.
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Originally Posted by i_ame_killer_2 View Post
I thought that its impossible to fix a bricked bios on mobo? Bad bios on mobo means no boot, BIOS, usb or floppy or anything computer related.

Flashing graphic cards is another story as you can almost always blind flash it.
Yes, a good majority of the time it is impossible without replacing the CMOS chips itself, but I have had some success with blind flashing in the past. It is hit and miss though and has a small rate of success.

Err, double post. Sorry.
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EDIT: i have to go to work right now but please keep posting possible fixes so when i get back i can try them
You sitting on a time bomb.
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LOL at ^


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Well, it is running right now isn't it? There has to be something on it or it would have probably crapped out during the update I would think. Not sure on how that works though, it may still be able to run without a BIOS while inside of Windows, but it doesn't seem possible.
but thats exactly the case and is it possible to run windows with out a bios once already in windows when u lose the bios , bios is used to boot the system , after the windows takes over with all them drivers and stuff
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Is it a dual BIOS board?
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Is it a dual BIOS board?
no
check my sig as this is my sig rig...


edit: gotta go, im late...
post #20 of 35
just look around for a bios flasher, there musy be one that can do it, as lomg as its working your still ok. just get it reflashed asap!
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