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Old 12-02-2009, 09:57 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Allright will do.

Wait,the only way to bios flash is usb pen or floppy disk,What if i have neither? im screwed?
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It depends on the manufacturer.

So tell me your mobo brand and model and Ill check for you.

Far as I know for most boards you don't have to do it those ways.
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its a biostar t series TA790GX But my manual doesnt say exactly what it is,its made for three
Motherboards soo heres the three TA790GX,A2+,A2+SE,and 128M
So yea.

kk its the TA790GX 128 M
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is it A2, A3 or XE version.

It will say somewhere on the manaul or the motherboard itself.

Check on the mobo for a sticker.
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128M...
Ya my mother board manual is useless,Its a manual for three diffrent motherboards,But yea on the motherbaord itself is The 128M
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Biostar page lists three different versions for that.
6.0
6.1
5.x

BIOSTAR :: Download

Under the mobo menu..
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mine says 5.3
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http://download.biostar.com.tw/uploa.../BIOS/BIOS.zip

run the contained setup.exe
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so i dont need anything? accept that?
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I don't know for sure because I have never owned a biostar mobo, but it should work fine.

That does not garruntee it fixing the problem though.

I don't know what will if you have tried everything suggested including this.
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