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if there setting for primany display set it to nvidia and turn off the onboard video. I'm wondering why you even flashed the BIOS as it should only ever be done if it addresses a problem you had or new hardware requires it. Which I did. Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support Drivers » User Name Remember Me? this content

Hope somone of u pro guys can help me! =( ty in advance. Check that there's enough free space left on the drive Windows is installed on. Join over 733,556 other people just like you! And maybe through all the testing it somehow cleaned out the problem?I just don't know.

If I leave the PC off for an hour or so it will boot up and tell me its recovered from a serious error. I keep with BIOS 1102 Rev. Most Blue Screens of Death are hardware or driver related so updated drivers could fix the cause of the STOP error.  Check the System and Application logs in Event Viewer for errors

it needs to shut down a lot of windows protection....did it say successful flash and to restart? Probably only need to go down a couple of versions and new processor support will be there. DXDiags tell me please i m really desesperate! My System Specs OS vista ollie007 View Public Profile Find More Posts by ollie007 17 Apr 2009 #10 Psychlone Windows Se7en 35 posts I do a lot of

Then it happened again last night Another suggestion was to update the BIOS so I used the onboard EZ Flash 2 utility to update to the latest BIOS. Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... I read some threads here and I'm getting more than a little nervous about messing with BIOS. My laptop is Lenovo Z510.

I feel like it was a mistake to install the new BIOS but I don't know what to do about it now.I have a Dell Inspiron 7720Intel Core i7-3630QM 2.4ghz8GB ram64 if you set anything yourself in the old BIOS put the settings back the way you had them. Bit of a pig this one though as I have 3 weeks of non backed up emails I will lose amongst other things. i did that and didn't work i still getting BSOD's also i tried at this point i tried with almost every BIOS in ASUS web, i always load default optimi

however, probably good advice by the OP to avoid a bios flash or at least remember to back up your data prior. check my blog I was wondering whether there is someway in which I can downgrade my BIOS version? solved computer stuck in AMERICA MEGATREND screen after asrock app utility bios update. anyway, Im freakin out.

Can u have some what can be the problem based on the screens also ig u need another screen with another programs. http://quodsoftware.com/bsod-after/bsod-after-desktop-loads.html Get the answer Ask a new question Read More Blue Screen Windows 7 Related Resources solved Please help, pc not working after bios update solved ERROR 0167 No processor BIOS update No display after booting. How the heck do I get around this?

Stay logged in Sign up now! look under ram make sure xmp profile is turned on. I used the ASUS update utility for the update which is suppossed to make things easy, this has hardly been the case. http://quodsoftware.com/bsod-after/bsod-after-changing-isp.html Come back here if I don't have a troubleshooting guide for your specific STOP code or if you have no idea what your STOP code is.Note: Some of these steps may

Thought... Have you tried re-flashing through the BIOS with the version that worked? __________________ http://www.piriform.com/speccy - System Specs Link 08-17-2012, 10:05 AM #9 Tyree Emeritus Join Date: May You're lucky it didn't mess up your bios and it, apparently, only affected your MBR.

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Hope this helps someone. After that I decided to connect the drive via eSATA because of the speed increase. Again, no problems here using BIOS flashing software from within Win7 in any build from 7000 to current. Gigabyte Motherboard : GA-8VM800M-775 (rev | 0x0000009c error » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced Search Similar Threads Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post IE7

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Windows booting in BSOD after bios update even through xp install CD solved GTA V, skid marks no longer show up after update. Windows Error Messages Basics Maintenance Symptoms by Tim Fisher Updated January 17, 2017 A Blue Screen of Death, also called a STOP Error, will appear when an issue is so serious Reply Reply With Quote January 12th, 2007,05:24 PM #10 rylenolflu View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Member Join Date May 2006 Posts 317 I had stuff set to I seem to remember reading that some motherboards have a jumper switch on the motherboard to revert to the original BIOS, does that make any sense?

Two days ago I got the virus XP Internet Security 2012 Firewall Alert. If you have another computer, download hard drive manager from paragon and make a bootable CD or USB with it then boot your computer from it. I couldn't find anything like that. Article How To Disable the Automatic Restart on System Failure in Windows Vista Article How to Disable Windows Auto Restart on System Failure Article 8 Steps to Disable Auto Restart in

im a newbie to updating my BIOS and this is why the problem came up. So there should be no reason to loose saved data... Logged badboy2k Global Moderator Offline Posts: 5871 « Reply #3 on: 05-November-13, 09:28:48 » try a CMOS clear first as it may be the CMOS of the board is not functioning Put the BIOS bin file on a usb stick and boot into BIOS and use Asus EZ Flash. __________________ http://www.piriform.com/speccy - System Specs Link 08-17-2012, 09:43 AM #5 ZeroCool22

I don't know how or why but everything is working...or so it seems for now. Please reference my List of Blue Screen Error Codes for individual STOP code troubleshooting steps. Reply Reply With Quote January 12th, 2007,04:34 PM #6 RicheemxX View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Visit Homepage Super Stealthy Moderator Join Date Jan 2003 Location Outside the List What Are the Advanced Startup Menu Options and How Do You Use Them?

Ask ! But, that being said, I've not had a single issue with any BIOS update or downgrade that could possibly even be related to Windows 7. Staff Online Now valis Moderator cwwozniak Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows 7 > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Replaced the motherboard with a spare (a friends spare actually!) and now everything boots up just fine.