Should I load optmized defaults now or has that kind of already been done as part of the recovery process. Although it takes longer, this is the mode to used for a full-disc image. I also have a machine with EXDS4 mobo and that machine is much more critical. Or does the fact that it doesn’t boot from the backup BIOS indicate the motherboard is dead. Just hangs occasionally in Windows 7. I thought it could be memory as I had a lot of problems getting the timings etc right for this build about a year and a half ago. I did eventually find stable memory timings etc but it was some task.
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I did eventually find stable memory timings etc but it was some task. 2014lut put your motherboard install CD that came with the board in the CD and start the system, let it run for a bit and it should find no hard drives and then scan for a BIOS on the CD and recover from there.
The time now is Is the mobo on the way out, a bit flaky.
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When it started back up it would not post no beeps. I had the drive disconnected at the time aaus recovered. It did eventually, for no apparrent reason, pot luck I guess. I would go ahead and load optimized, and then update your BIOS via Qflash to the latest if you are not using it already.
Should I load optmized defaults 2014liit or has that kind of already been done as part of the recovery process. Fallback dra is to use motherboard CD doesn’t always work from what I’ve readand as a last resort the unbrick it procedure doesn’t always work either.
Then again, maybe the mobo really is on the way out and there’s not much I can do about that I guess. I’m going to be very hesitant to do anything with this machine from now on, including updating the BIOS.
Took me a long time to get stable memory timings but once I got that, yes it was stable as shown by prime95, memtest and 2014lkt. But in a very competitive market, can it even compete these days? The machine has been turned off for an hour or two while I’ve been researching this.
Have been having some problems with this build for a while now.
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It’s fair enough to look for a BIOS image on the hard drive but if it doesn’t find one then provide an option to look somewhere else. What else can I try? This can be caused by power outages, or incorrect BIOS settings for your hardware, and of course bad flashes or anything along those lines. Anyway, it hung 201lit and needed reset holding down power button.
But it will ashs look there first, and since you apparently had it enabled once before it will always see that images unless you low level format your hard drive to get it off there. The light from the laser causes a chemical change in the dye coating that shows up on the disc.
There is obviously no BIOS image on the hard drive, should there have been? Tried a asuz things but basically haven’t finished diagnosing yet. LightScribe labels burn in concentric circles, moving outward from the center of the disc. Then again, if the board is dead then it’s dead I guess. Not going to upgrade BIOS, unless you think it is absolutely essential.
The machine just hung in windows and on reset it couldn’t find a BIOS. I’m looking for an avoidance procedure.
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LightScribe Burning – Data-CD Testing – 7: Disconnected hard drive, similar result but ofcourse doesn’t have a hard drive to scan so doesn’t spit out that message. Unjumpered and powered back up but get exactly the same result. Images with the largest diameters will take longest to burn. Audio-CD Testing – 8: