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I’m honestly torn between it being a damaged motherboard,or a very picky motherboard ram compatibility wise. If you think its freezing when loading storage drives I’m honestly torn between it being a damaged motherboard,or a very picky motherboard ram compatibility wise I saw some videos and posts about this very motherboard, and people having issues due to ram not working on it. I personally suspect the ram solely because the other board i used to test my ram actually had it in the QVL. Unless the BIOS information says that the update will actually fix the USB problem you are having, then it will achieve nothing and if you get it wrong, render your computer useless. The prices here in Hong Kong compared to other places are insanely low and they test before purchase so its pretty safe. Or an io issue.

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Maybe someone else will recognise the board from the pic. Seems mdular have already tried most things. A friend let me swap in a E and i had the same result, except that it showed the E as the cpu on the screen.

Where to find a BIOS update for Award Modular bios V6.00 PG

Any yellow question marks or exclamation marks next to USB controllers. Infact, i’ll recheck everything.

That was with DDR3 kingston modules I havnt been able to get that to happen again. If you try the wrong BIOS it will kill the board. I will see if V60.0pg can do that and all. Over a Month Ago Time Zone: Unless the BIOS information says that the update will actually fix the USB problem you are having, then it will achieve nothing and if you get it wrong, render your computer useless. If again that doesnt work There is mocular consensus that the board manufacturer would be defunct anyway.

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What awarx I do to solve the problem except changing my config? Someone discarded a seemingly undamaged motherboard and CPU! Could it be that this motherboard is just insanely picky with its ram?

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Every one was solved by using a QVL piece of ram. No, create an account now. Would you use Snapchat filters on your dog?

I simply have my PS2 keyboard connected to the mobo, and my monitor to the graphics card. I installed a new faster CPU and sometimes when I boot up my comp it will do a blue screen crash and then when it runs the crash anaylist thing I have windows XP Home edition it says that it recommends a bios update.

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I have my magnifying glass out. Log in or Sign up. I wouldn’t update the BIOS at the stage. Thank ytou so much for your help!!!

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Maybe disconnect everything, hit the power button a couple of times and then remove the CMOS battery for at least 20 min. Main things left io, or storage drives. Sometimes wenn usb ports are used allot, they can get damaged. But i do know the QVL is just what the company has tested and that many others can still work. The prices here in Hong Kong compared to other places are insanely low and they test before purchase so its pretty safe.

It just stays stuck on that screen until i yank the power cable.

Ive tried 3 different CPU in the mobo; e,e and a Pentium D which thermal shut down after 5 minutes with stock intel cooler. Also check all headers and ports on the board for any physical damage. Unfortunately i dont have any speaker to attach to the motherboard’s audio to hear beep errors and neither did the dell server i salvaged Here are some links including newer BIOS: I’ve been trying it without any HDD as I want to just boot and see bios first I’ve been g6.00pg it with only the following attached:

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