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then press F1 for setup.. What version did you flash back too? When ... Hopefully it's a minor thing...keep fingers crossed...keep checking components. this content

Quote: Author: VinPosted: 11/18/2008 10:58:00 PMPlease give more details like your Processor, OS and devices. but no use. Bad BIOS flash, no post, no display!! my ram is suffering some its suppose to be 256 and now its 190. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f15/asus-m2n32-sli-deluxe-have-to-clear-cmos-every-restart-396653.html

All rights reserved. I just don't get it! When I do this I only get 1 trip through POST. Once I get through everything works great, I can play game etc or even post threads like this one!

Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 07-20-2009, 06:04 AM #2 kev1952 TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Dec 2006 Location: Townsville, Australia Posts: 1,036 OS: Win Vista Home Premium Im sure you can call Asus and they will send you one. Good job on trying to flash before you commit to a CPU purchase. Couldn't find that feature you mentioned but I'll search around for it, I'm sure I'll get this problem figured out eventually.

Im sure you can call Asus and they will send you one. I am not a complete incompetent fool with computers but in all my time of using PC's this is the first time I have ever been completely stumped and not have General Specifications PSU form factor: ATX PS/2 PSU Compatibility: 290mm without bottom fan, 160mm with fan... http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/244381-30-deluxe-bios-problems Then it fails POST.

I don't want to have to reset my CMOS on a weekly basis and I am worried that it is a symptom of something worse to come. I am happy to learn that my updating the BIOS was the culprit, as I have no problems now. Do you have another one that you can try? I've got nothing to lose...

Each computer usually deals with the CMOS Checksum Bad Error differently. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/corrupt-cmos dexter check the battery first if it still 3 volts, but it's less than a 3volts, your battery is weak or not supplied in exact voltage to supply your mboard.. At the point where it normally reboots itself what would happen?Edit2:I went ahead and unchecked that option, tried to update my bios, and when my pc normally rebooted it showed me I would try replacing the CMOS battery with a fresh one.

The bios will set the processor to 200x4 I raise my reference clock on the 965 and lower the HT Multiplier in NST, Correct? news You may need to increase your processor FSB in BIOS or lower frequency for the memory. Hopefully this will solve my problem.. Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Motherboard Discussion Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums General Tech Tech Talk Networking And Associated Security HW Leaderboard

This is the first Asu I have had because I always had MSI and I am regretting it now. I just flashed the Bios on a computer I was working on because it had some major updates. If you notice any bugs or style issues, please report them in this thread. http://vootext.com/cmos-checksum/cmos-checksum-bad-fix.html or have it auto OC it for you.

Many thanks. CMOS Battery May Not be Functioning Properly If the user suspects that the CMOS battery is not functioning properly, he/she can easily change it. I started getting checksum errors and pulled my battery to set the jumpers to reset the COMOS and then nothing I can't even get a post.

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Move the pin from 1,2 to 2,3, take out the battery, wait for 10 second (I think I waited a lot longer), move the pin back to 1,2 and put back Next, I changed the Optical Drive Ribbon cable. rogue71 View Public Profile Find all posts by rogue71 (#21) crazyboy81 Master Guru Videocard: Saphire 7870 GHZ Processor: 2500K 4.3G Mainboard: Asrock z68 Extreme3 Gen3 Memory: 8G g.skill sniper Solutions to CMOS Checksum Bad Error The CMOS Checksum Bad Error can be fixed easily by following the listed steps carefully.

Temperatures all seem fine: And finally the stats. Forgot your password? Kev "Hardware: the parts of a computer that can be kicked!" Please don't send me PM's for support. http://vootext.com/cmos-checksum/cmos-checksum-bad-driver.html Soto_Ayam View Public Profile Find all posts by Soto_Ayam (#3) deltatux Ancient Guru Videocard: GIGABYTE Radeon R9 280 Processor: Intel Core i5 3570K @4.5 Mainboard: GIGABYTE GA-Z77X-UD5H Memory:

If so, then the only possibilities are: Your RAM is borked Your GPU is borked Your CPU is borked Your motherboard is borked If there's any way to test any of Before I started all this I was running on 0603, so technically it does allow me to upgrade to 1701 but not to 2205 ecsjuhJun 16, 2009, 8:44 AM OK, just I cannot boot my computer because of a NTSF file missing code. This is the error I get using the Asus tool (and you can see it does recognize the file as being correct apparently.) Specs (13 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMPhenom II

for high cooling in quiet. This time it booted with the message CMOS checksum error, loaded from defaults (or similar), I hit F1 as instructed and it continued to load windows. BTW, if you do buy a mainboard with no manual or "Run CD's", take the time to make sure you get all the correct driver packs & have them ready. pixiesoft View Public Profile Find all posts by pixiesoft (#5) pixiesoft Master Guru Videocard: GTX 280 Processor: AMD Phenom II X4 955 Mainboard: ASUS M3A79-T Deluxe Memory: DDR2

When I reset the CMOS, I did unplugged the power, pressed the power button several time to clear the remaining electricity, etc etc.. It seemed to work well except when I hit the WindowsXP loading screen (the one with the bar under the logo before the login screen) it would freeze and reboot my The other machine brings the same error and if you press any of the keys it behaves the same no repond but runs for only five minutes and turns off by Intel i7 6700K @ stock Gigabyte Z170X-UD5 w/F4e bios 2x8gb Corsair Vengeance LPX @3000Mhz 15-17-17-35 Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX 970 @1329 Sandisk Extreme Pro 480gb SSD Cryorig R1 Ultimate Cpu Cooler

The NTFS code came up several months ago and I did a system restore using my xp cd and this cleared it. load default.