|12 Jul 2013||#4|
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It seems like you tried to update the BIOS and it did not go well. If yes, Try this.
Unplug the power from PSU. Take out the CMOS battery and all unnecessary peripherals (Take out anything your PC doesn't need to boot. This includes card readers etc.). Unplug all the HDDs. Run the PC on just one RAM stick (if you have multiple RAM sticks). Only keep your keyboard plugged in.
Wait for BIOS to reset, put the battery back. Boot the machine, then go to BIOS settings, run Q-FLASH. Update the BIOS to latest version. Disable "LOAD CMOS DEFAULT".
Plug in all the devices back and then check.
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