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Old 07-22-2008, 05:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default *SOLVED* gg my motherboard

ok it just started when i asked for some help on this thread ram voltages and speed and i tried flashing my bios using @BIOS utility and it failed to update my bios!!! now i have to wait until my computer bsod or crashes at any point and it is gg motherboard until i rma (don't know if i can rma in hong kong) but the message that appeared was kernel alloc memory failure free kernel memory failure translate memory failure and i was thinking i failed to update my bios and it is gg... anyways anyone can help me before my system crashes?

hey guys it WORKED!!!!! I just used the older flashing utility that came with the CD and the newer version on the website SUCKS!!!!! i can't believe they release a newer one which doesn't work where the old one works!!!!! anyways no rma no doubts no **** but it is the scariest **** ever in my life lol.
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Old 07-22-2008, 06:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
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If your bios began the flash protocol and failed you can try to update the bios from floppy....I presume you saved the old Bios? If not, you have a frisbee and not a motherboard. When you attempt the POST do you get a Check Sum error? What model mobo are we talking about here?

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hey guys it WORKED!!!!! I just used the older flashing utility that came with the CD and the newer version on the website SUCKS!!!!! i can't believe they release a newer one which doesn't work where the old one works!!!!! anyways no rma no doubts no **** but it is the scariest **** ever in my life lol.

Bingo!!! Congrats!
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You fixed it yourself right?

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