Some users have reported bugs when using USB keyboards w/the latest updates and and were able to fix this bug by the use of a PS2 keyboard.Additionally other users report being able to fix these little coldboot set backs by downclocking the ram divider to 667MHz in the bios.So do not be surprised if you find both company names together on the BIOS setup screen. the last chance is to buy a new BIOS-Chip, or to reprogram the old BIOS-Chip. Preparation - Create a safe environment for a BIOS-Update 2. I cannot guarentee that it will work on your PC and I assume no liability for any damages! I even tried to extract the BIOS update utility from Sony that updated me to the latest BIOS in the first place and I don't see the BIOS in the exe file to replace. That's [email protected]: Thank you for the quick reply! Choose BIOS-Update method - DOS, Windows or per BIOS-Setup? Please read the README files from your Mainboard manufacturer or PC manufacturer. Please help me and thanks again Brian My laptop also failure (shut down) on updating my bios but now its not starting and there is no any response from laptop and when i press the power button. how to rectify the please any one give me the solution Thank you for your quick reply, and again thank you for your devotion to customers. So, you're saying I should most probably have it replaced altogether? Regarding the video card, I'm expecting beeps when the mainboard detects errors, eg the video card is missing. In my experience the M2N SLI Deluxe is a very flakey board, prone to sudden failure.A couple of months ago I was working through a batch of 4 in-house machines sent back to IT Support as 'suspect' - all machines had an M2N SLI Deluxe motherboard - we scrapped 2 as faulty, killed one trying to reflash it and 'fixed' the last by swapping out the BIOS with one of the scrapped motherboards.
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Can anyone point me in a good direction for installing Ubuntu using raid 5?
After setting up the raid in bios I was able to install 17.04 with LVM without a problem, but I created a crash after swapping out the CPU that I can't seem to recover from it.
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I have found a few discussions on skipping the fake bios raid with some information on settings but none seemed to be complete.