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Old 03-04-2010, 05:49 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Since Gigabyte found nothing else wrong with the board besides the bios, would replacing the board solve anything?
Guess not, but wonder if they checked it thoroughly. Have they updated the BIOS? If not, can you check if it has an update?

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I don't buy Gigabyte just because of their RMA policy. If you had bought a EVGA mobo they would cross ship you a new one.

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Yeah I know. That is why I do not want to send it back again and be without a computer for another 2 weeks. I thought about trying to find a good used motherboard and not even worrying about RMA'ing this board again.

But before I buy a different board, I am going to install Windows 7 32 bit and see what happens.

I have also thought about building a whole new system and let a family member have this one. It does fine as long as no games are played on it or messing with alot of files. I am getting fed up with this crap. I am wanting to get back into gaming so bad. I was really looking forward to playing BF: BC2

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