Posted 19 February 2009 - 10:22 PM
If you have updated the BIOS, accidently or otherwise, you should restart the computer, access the BIOS , go to the exit page , load the defaults, & exit saving the changes.
If the problem persists try clearing the CMOS & then loading the defaults.
If the problem still persisys then it's time to try older BIOS .
You should be able to go back to an older version of the BIOS by downloading the BIOS file & the flash utility , making a disk [or using the flash feature in the BIOS setup if your motherboard has it] & flahing to an older version.
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