edwin wrote:It might be trying to boot from that external harddisk. Disable the boot from USB devices option in your bios.
Denniss wrote:Looks like a Shuttle AV41 motherboard still wearing the Elitegroup Bios-ID (removed in later Bios versions).
Open your case and look what Revision your AV41 has, either Rev 1.x or Rev 2.x - each one needs their own Bios. Newer Bios with HDD support bigger than 128/137 GB are available at www.shuttle.com
AshleyQuick wrote:It IS a usb drive. What do I put on the floppy?Was it formatted /s ? It needs to be bootable, with no extra drivers. Then you need to add the BIOS .BIN file and AWDFLASH.EXE file. Boot from the floppy and use AWDFLASH as per the instructions for that version (/h should give you options).
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