AFTER I FLASHED MY BIOS I RESTARTED THE COMPUTER AND THE SCREEN BECAME BLACK BUT THERE WAS ACTIVITY INSIDE THE COMPUTER I THOUGHT THAT THIS KIND OF THINGS COULDN'T HAPPENED TO ME BECAUSE THIS MOBO IS EQUIPED WITH A DUAL BIOS
if anyone know if I can take the chip off the motherboard it would be a big help
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The picture on the Gigabyte website shows two PLCC chips in sockets, but that could be a prototype.Rainbow wrote:DualBIOS boards have usually both chips soldered
Clear CMOS, maybe it will help.
The reason it's not switching is probably that you flashed the wrong BIOS, but it checksums OK.Linkinfrag wrote:I THOUGHT THAT THIS KIND OF THINGS COULDN'T HAPPENED TO ME BECAUSE THIS MOBO IS EQUIPED WITH A DUAL BIOS
If they are in sockets, getting them out is not easy but not impossible - I have used two old screwdrivers - but it is easy to break the socket without the correct PLCC extractor tool.
@linkinfrag: Are those chips in square sockets ? If so, I would try to swap them. You have to get into the slots at two of the corners at the same time to get under the chip - still v. difficult. I can not think of an easy way to make it use the other BIOS (without cutting tracks or pins).