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Motherboard problem on new build

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by digger747, Jan 21, 2006.

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  1. digger747

    digger747 Thread Starter

    Sep 6, 2004
    Put together a new build last night .Used MSI RS482M-IL socket 754 MB.Right from the start I had problems getting it to post.Unhooked everything abd had to reset cmos 5 or 6 times to get to post.Loaded windows and is stable.Windows is stable,ran memtest,burn In program,seems stable.When go into bios and go to hardware monitor It will freeze up and you cant get out of it till restart computer.Only in hardware monitor part of bios.Now it is acting up again and wont make the beep when booting up or let me back into bios.Windows loads ok though.Should I RMA the motherboard or try to flash bios with floppy?there is a newer version of bios out.Do you think flashing bios could solve problem?Replaced battery also.Used this same board couple weeks ago on another build and had zero problems.
  2. ChRoNo16


    May 29, 2005
    send the motherboard back to manufacturer, i believe the BIOS chip is bad, or has to be reflashed. they should be able to fix your problem.
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