Hello, and thanks for the link to the bios update.
Unfortunatelly I got another problem.
I flashed my bios with an old one that I found. The pc , started with the new bios , but I always had the problem with the memory recogniction.(It went worst. Onlt 64gb of 124 where recognized).
So I flahed the bios to the other one , but when I started the pc I got
1 long beep followed by 2 short beeps , and the screen was black . I searched for the soluytion and I found that it could be a memory problem or video card problem. I tried to remove the video card and reinstalling it or remove the memory cards and reinstalling it , but I keep getting black screen and 1 long beep followed by 2 short beeps .
Is there any way to know if I destroied my memory cards or video cards??
From the manual:
CMOS Clearing (JP5)
After you have turned off your computer, clear the CMOS memory by momentarily shorting pins 2-3 on jumper JP5, for a few seconds.
Then restore JP5 to the initial 1-2 jumper setting in order to recover and retain the default settings.
Jumper JP5 can be easily identified by its white colored cap.
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