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June 17, 2005 6:37:18 PM

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I HAVE ASUS K8S-MV BOARD WITH 80 GB HDD SEGATE 256 MB RAM 400 MHZ AMD
64 3000+ PROSSESOR AND 350 W SMPS WHEN I ON THE COMPUTER IT SHOWS BAD
BIOS CHECKSUM. STARTING RECOVERY . I TRY EVRY THING. I REPLACED BORD 4
TIMES FROM S C PLZZZZZZZZ HELP ME WHAT I DO WHAT IUS WORNG IN IT IS
HDD IS WORNG RAM OR PROSSESOR

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June 17, 2005 7:07:17 PM

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It is telling you the bios file is bad and must be replaced. If your board
has crash free bios you can load it from floppy or the CD that came with the
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"knopper" <UseLinkToEmail@HardwareForumz.com> wrote in message
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>I HAVE ASUS K8S-MV BOARD WITH 80 GB HDD SEGATE 256 MB RAM 400 MHZ AMD
> 64 3000+ PROSSESOR AND 350 W SMPS WHEN I ON THE COMPUTER IT SHOWS BAD
> BIOS CHECKSUM. STARTING RECOVERY . I TRY EVRY THING. I REPLACED BORD 4
> TIMES FROM S C PLZZZZZZZZ HELP ME WHAT I DO WHAT IUS WORNG IN IT IS
> HDD IS WORNG RAM OR PROSSESOR
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June 17, 2005 11:28:38 PM

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From: "knopper" <UseLinkToEmail@HardwareForumz.com>

| I HAVE ASUS K8S-MV BOARD WITH 80 GB HDD SEGATE 256 MB RAM 400 MHZ AMD
| 64 3000+ PROSSESOR AND 350 W SMPS WHEN I ON THE COMPUTER IT SHOWS BAD
| BIOS CHECKSUM. STARTING RECOVERY . I TRY EVRY THING. I REPLACED BORD 4
| TIMES FROM S C PLZZZZZZZZ HELP ME WHAT I DO WHAT IUS WORNG IN IT IS
| HDD IS WORNG RAM OR PROSSESOR
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Looks like you also have a broken "Caps Lock" key and your keyboard is dropping letters.
You should fix that first !

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June 18, 2005 7:21:08 PM

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In article <7_290213_f061234c442bc7f416561def0f300b7c@hardwareforumz.com>,
knopper <UseLinkToEmail@HardwareForumz.com> wrote:

> I HAVE ASUS K8S-MV BOARD WITH 80 GB HDD SEGATE 256 MB RAM 400 MHZ AMD
> 64 3000+ PROSSESOR AND 350 W SMPS WHEN I ON THE COMPUTER IT SHOWS BAD
> BIOS CHECKSUM. STARTING RECOVERY . I TRY EVRY THING. I REPLACED BORD 4
> TIMES FROM S C PLZZZZZZZZ HELP ME WHAT I DO WHAT IUS WORNG IN IT IS
> HDD IS WORNG RAM OR PROSSESOR

You don't say exactly what model of processor you are using.
Try going to the cpusupport web page, enter your model number
"K8S-MX", and see what BIOS revision is needed to support your
processor.

http://support.asus.com.tw/cpusupport/cpusupport.aspx?S...

CPU PCB BIOS
Model Rev. Rev.

Athlon 64 2800+ (Socket754)   ALL ALL
Athlon 64 3000+ (Socket754)   ALL ALL
Athlon 64 3200+ (Socket754)   ALL ALL
Athlon 64 3400+ (Socket754)   ALL ALL
Athlon 64 3700+ (Socket754)   ALL ALL
Sempron 2600+ (rev.D) (no CnQ) (Socket754)   1.02 1008A
Sempron 2600+ (rev.E) (no CnQ) (Socket754)   ALL 1009
Sempron 2800+ (rev.D) (no CnQ) (Socket754)   1.02 1007
Sempron 2800+ (rev.E) (no CnQ) (Socket754)   ALL 1009
Sempron 3000+ (rev.D) (Socket754)   1.02 1008A
Sempron 3000+ (rev.E) (Socket754)   ALL 1009
Sempron 3100+ (CG version) (Socket754)   ALL 1005
Sempron 3100+ (rev.D) (Socket754)   ALL 1005
Sempron 3100+ (rev.E) (Socket754)   ALL 1009
Sempron 3300+ (rev.D) (Socket754)   1.02 1007
Sempron 3300+ (rev.E) (Socket754)   ALL 1009

What that tells you, is if you bought a Athlon64, it will be
trouble-free. If you bought a Sempron, you will need to check
two things on the motherboard. The "PCB Rev" is printed next
to the model name "K8S-MX", next to the video slot. If you
look at the socketed flash chip, there will be a paper label
stuck to the top, and the factory release number of the BIOS will
be printed on there. The numbers in the list above are the
minimum PCB Revision and BIOS release number for that processor.
For example, if you had a Sempron 3000+, the PCB revision must
be 1.02 or later, and the BIOS release must be 1008A or later.

If you cannot meet the minimum requirements, you will either need
to borrow an Athlon64 processor, for long enough to flash upgrade
the BIOS. Perhaps the shop you bought the motherboard from, can
help with that. The other option, is to buy a BIOS flash chip from
badflash.com, with the latest BIOS installed in the chip.

Since the CrashFree code seems to be running on your board, you
could also try the following:

1) Using another computer, download the latest release BIOS:
ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/asus/mb/sock754/k8s-mx/k8smx0...
2) Unzip the file.
3) Rename the file k8smx010.ami to K8S-MX.ROM
4) Format a floppy diskette and place the K8S-MX.ROM file on it.
5) Start the new computer. When "starting BIOS recovery" appears,
insert the floppy diskette into the floppy drive.
6) Wait until the flash upgrade is complete (3 minutes ?).

If you don't have a floppy drive, then burn a CDROM containing
the K8S-MX.ROM file at the root level, and insert that in the
new computer.

HTH,
Paul
Anonymous
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June 19, 2005 6:38:04 AM

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"Paul4" wrote:
> In article
> <7_290213_f061234c442bc7f416561def0f300b7c@hardwareforumz.com>,
> knopper <UseLinkToEmail@HardwareForumz.com> wrote:
>
> > I HAVE ASUS K8S-MV BOARD WITH 80 GB HDD SEGATE 256 MB RAM
> 400 MHZ AMD
> > 64 3000+ PROSSESOR AND 350 W SMPS WHEN I ON THE COMPUTER IT
> SHOWS BAD
> > BIOS CHECKSUM. STARTING RECOVERY . I TRY EVRY THING. I
> REPLACED BORD 4
> > TIMES FROM S C PLZZZZZZZZ HELP ME WHAT I DO WHAT IUS WORNG
> IN IT IS
> > HDD IS WORNG RAM OR PROSSESOR
>
> You don't say exactly what model of processor you are using.
> Try going to the cpusupport web page, enter your model number
> "K8S-MX", and see what BIOS revision is needed to support your
> processor.
>
> http://support.asus.com.tw/cpusupport/cpusupport.aspx?S...
>
> CPU PCB BIOS
> Model Rev. Rev.
>
> Athlon 64 2800+ (Socket754)   ALL ALL
> Athlon 64 3000+ (Socket754)   ALL ALL
> Athlon 64 3200+ (Socket754)   ALL ALL
> Athlon 64 3400+ (Socket754)   ALL ALL
> Athlon 64 3700+ (Socket754)   ALL ALL
> Sempron 2600+ (rev.D) (no CnQ) (Socket754)   1.02 1008A
> Sempron 2600+ (rev.E) (no CnQ) (Socket754)   ALL 1009
> Sempron 2800+ (rev.D) (no CnQ) (Socket754)   1.02 1007
> Sempron 2800+ (rev.E) (no CnQ) (Socket754)   ALL 1009
> Sempron 3000+ (rev.D) (Socket754)   1.02 1008A
> Sempron 3000+ (rev.E) (Socket754)   ALL 1009
> Sempron 3100+ (CG version) (Socket754)   ALL 1005
> Sempron 3100+ (rev.D) (Socket754)   ALL 1005
> Sempron 3100+ (rev.E) (Socket754)   ALL 1009
> Sempron 3300+ (rev.D) (Socket754)   1.02 1007
> Sempron 3300+ (rev.E) (Socket754)   ALL 1009
>
> What that tells you, is if you bought a Athlon64, it will be
> trouble-free. If you bought a Sempron, you will need to check
> two things on the motherboard. The "PCB Rev" is printed next
> to the model name "K8S-MX", next to the video slot. If you
> look at the socketed flash chip, there will be a paper label
> stuck to the top, and the factory release number of the BIOS
> will
> be printed on there. The numbers in the list above are the
> minimum PCB Revision and BIOS release number for that
> processor.
> For example, if you had a Sempron 3000+, the PCB revision must
> be 1.02 or later, and the BIOS release must be 1008A or later.
>
> If you cannot meet the minimum requirements, you will either
> need
> to borrow an Athlon64 processor, for long enough to flash
> upgrade
> the BIOS. Perhaps the shop you bought the motherboard from,
> can
> help with that. The other option, is to buy a BIOS flash chip
> from
> badflash.com, with the latest BIOS installed in the chip.
>
> Since the CrashFree code seems to be running on your board,
> you
> could also try the following:
>
> 1) Using another computer, download the latest release BIOS:
> ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/asus/mb/sock754/k8s-mx/k8smx0...
> 2) Unzip the file.
> 3) Rename the file k8smx010.ami to K8S-MX.ROM
> 4) Format a floppy diskette and place the K8S-MX.ROM file on
> it.
> 5) Start the new computer. When "starting BIOS recovery"
> appears,
> insert the floppy diskette into the floppy drive.
> 6) Wait until the flash upgrade is complete (3 minutes ?).
>
> If you don't have a floppy drive, then burn a CDROM containing
> the K8S-MX.ROM file at the root level, and insert that in the
> new computer.
>
> HTH,
> Paul

YA I HAVE K8S-MX WITH AMD 3000+ ATHLON 2GHZ I AM NEW BIZ IN THIS PLZ
TELL ME STEP BY STEP

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Anonymous
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June 19, 2005 6:38:07 AM

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"knopper" wrote:
> YA I HAVE K8S-MX WITH AMD 3000+ ATHLON 2GHZ I AM NEW BIZ IN
> THIS PLZ TELL ME STEP BY STEP

I HAVE ASUS K8S-MX BOARD WITH 80 GB HDD SEGATE 256 MB RAM 400 MHZ AMD
64 3000+ PROSSESOR AND 350 W SMPS WHEN I ON THE COMPUTER IT SHOWS BAD
BIOS CHECKSUM. STARTING RECOVERY . I TRY EVRY THING. I REPLACED BORD 4
TIMES FROM S C PLZZZZZZZZ HELP ME WHAT I DO WHAT IUS WORNG IN IT IS
HDD IS WORNG RAM OR PROSSESORI HAVE ASUS K8S-MV BOARD WITH 80 GB HDD
SEGATE 256 MB RAM 400 MHZ AMD 64 3000+ PROSSESOR AND 350 W SMPS WHEN I
ON THE COMPUTER IT SHOWS BAD BIOS CHECKSUM. STARTING RECOVERY . I TRY
EVRY THING. I REPLACED BORD 4 TIMES FROM S C PLZZZZZZZZ HELP ME WHAT I
DO WHAT IUS WORNG IN IT IS HDD IS WORNG RAM OR PROSSESOR. I TRY TO
FLASH WITH K8S-MX.ROM BUT NOTHIG HAPPEN . SCREEN WILL SHOW BAD BIOS
AGAIN. I REPLACED BOAD 5 TIME IT WILL RUN 1 TIME 2 TIME IT WILL SHOW
BAD BIOS CHCEKSUM STARTING RECOVERY. BUT NOYHIG HAPPEN I WILL PUT
DRIVER CD IN CD ROM IT WILL FALSHING AFTER FALSHING IT WILL SHOW POWER
OFF UR COMPUTER AND RESTART GET UR COPMPUTER BACK BUT NOTHIG HAPPEN.

U R TRUE FRIEND KNOPPER
June 19, 2005 9:53:51 AM

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In article <7_290698_3387345ea97f8f3ed597c80ef479fd13@hardwareforumz.com>,
knopper <DoNotEmail@HardwareForumz.com> wrote:

> "knopper" wrote:
> > YA I HAVE K8S-MX WITH AMD 3000+ ATHLON 2GHZ I AM NEW BIZ IN
> > THIS PLZ TELL ME STEP BY STEP
>
> I HAVE ASUS K8S-MX BOARD WITH 80 GB HDD SEGATE 256 MB RAM 400 MHZ AMD
> 64 3000+ PROSSESOR AND 350 W SMPS WHEN I ON THE COMPUTER IT SHOWS BAD
> BIOS CHECKSUM. STARTING RECOVERY . I TRY EVRY THING. I REPLACED BORD 4
> TIMES FROM S C PLZZZZZZZZ HELP ME WHAT I DO WHAT IUS WORNG IN IT IS
> HDD IS WORNG RAM OR PROSSESORI HAVE ASUS K8S-MV BOARD WITH 80 GB HDD
> SEGATE 256 MB RAM 400 MHZ AMD 64 3000+ PROSSESOR AND 350 W SMPS WHEN I
> ON THE COMPUTER IT SHOWS BAD BIOS CHECKSUM. STARTING RECOVERY . I TRY
> EVRY THING. I REPLACED BORD 4 TIMES FROM S C PLZZZZZZZZ HELP ME WHAT I
> DO WHAT IUS WORNG IN IT IS HDD IS WORNG RAM OR PROSSESOR. I TRY TO
> FLASH WITH K8S-MX.ROM BUT NOTHIG HAPPEN . SCREEN WILL SHOW BAD BIOS
> AGAIN. I REPLACED BOAD 5 TIME IT WILL RUN 1 TIME 2 TIME IT WILL SHOW
> BAD BIOS CHCEKSUM STARTING RECOVERY. BUT NOYHIG HAPPEN I WILL PUT
> DRIVER CD IN CD ROM IT WILL FALSHING AFTER FALSHING IT WILL SHOW POWER
> OFF UR COMPUTER AND RESTART GET UR COPMPUTER BACK BUT NOTHIG HAPPEN.
>
> U R TRUE FRIEND KNOPPER

Athlon 64 3000+ (Socket754)   ALL ALL

OK. So we know that any BIOS release should work with your
processor. So this problem is not caused by the use of
a Sempron.

I guess the first question I will ask you, is have you attempted
to flash the BIOS already ? Are the symptoms you are seeing
("starting BIOS recovery") the result of having tried to flash
the BIOS and the operation failed ? Or is this motherboard
essentially in the same condition it was in when you removed
it from the motherboard box ?

The first thing I would try is "clearing the CMOS". The purpose
of clearing the CMOS, is to return the CPU clock to its
normal value. Sometimes a "Starting BIOS recovery" comes
from accidently overclocking a processor. Section 1.9 of
your user manual "Clear RTC RAM (CLRTC)" gives a procedure for
clearing the CMOS. The most important part of that procedure, is
to _unplug the computer_. That prevents damage to the
standby power source.

If you still cannot make any progress, try using only one
stick of DDR memory, and try the memory in slot 1 and finally
slot 2. Perhaps the BIOS has an issue with one of the DIMM
slots.

Make sure the CPU fan is plugged into the CPU fan header.

If the symptoms are still the same, try actually reflashing
the BIOS. This will likely not function correctly, as if
you see the "starting BIOS recovery", it likely means that
all communication with the flash chip is going to be flaky.
You can try following the procedure in section 2.1.5
"Recovering the BIOS with CrashFree BIOS 2". See the
subsection "To recover the BIOS from the support CD",
as there is a BIOS file on the motherboard CD, and when you
see "starting BIOS recovery", you place the motherboard CD
in the CDROM drive, in order that the CrashFree feature
can read the BIOS file and reflash the BIOS chip.

Hope that helps,
Paul
Anonymous
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June 19, 2005 11:14:50 AM

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"knopper" <DoNotEmail@HardwareForumz.com> wrote in message
news:7_290698_3387345ea97f8f3ed597c80ef479fd13@hardwareforumz.com...
> "knopper" wrote:
> > YA I HAVE K8S-MX WITH AMD 3000+ ATHLON 2GHZ I AM NEW BIZ IN
> > THIS PLZ TELL ME STEP BY STEP
>
> I HAVE ASUS K8S-MX BOARD WITH 80 GB HDD SEGATE 256 MB RAM 400 MHZ AMD
> 64 3000+ PROSSESOR AND 350 W SMPS WHEN I ON THE COMPUTER IT SHOWS BAD
> BIOS CHECKSUM. STARTING RECOVERY . I TRY EVRY THING. I REPLACED BORD 4
> TIMES FROM S C PLZZZZZZZZ HELP ME WHAT I DO WHAT IUS WORNG IN IT IS
> HDD IS WORNG RAM OR PROSSESORI HAVE ASUS K8S-MV BOARD WITH 80 GB HDD
> SEGATE 256 MB RAM 400 MHZ AMD 64 3000+ PROSSESOR AND 350 W SMPS WHEN I
> ON THE COMPUTER IT SHOWS BAD BIOS CHECKSUM. STARTING RECOVERY . I TRY
> EVRY THING. I REPLACED BORD 4 TIMES FROM S C PLZZZZZZZZ HELP ME WHAT I
> DO WHAT IUS WORNG IN IT IS HDD IS WORNG RAM OR PROSSESOR. I TRY TO
> FLASH WITH K8S-MX.ROM BUT NOTHIG HAPPEN . SCREEN WILL SHOW BAD BIOS
> AGAIN. I REPLACED BOAD 5 TIME IT WILL RUN 1 TIME 2 TIME IT WILL SHOW
> BAD BIOS CHCEKSUM STARTING RECOVERY. BUT NOYHIG HAPPEN I WILL PUT
> DRIVER CD IN CD ROM IT WILL FALSHING AFTER FALSHING IT WILL SHOW POWER
> OFF UR COMPUTER AND RESTART GET UR COPMPUTER BACK BUT NOTHIG HAPPEN.
>
> U R TRUE FRIEND KNOPPER

You also apparently have a problem with your keyboard. Your CAPS LOCK key
is stuck.

Posting in all caps is the online equivalent of SHOUTING and is considered
very rude.


It sounds as if you have made changed to BIOS settings (perhaps in an
attempt to over).

You need to return your board to BIOS default and then you should be able to
boot.

For future reference, if you have to change your board more than once for a
problem, and changing the board does not fix the problem, then changing the
board 5 times is completely unnecessary.

You should be flashing your BIOS from a bootable floppy, not a bootable CD.
That is why the utility is not working. You must flash from a bootable
floppy disk. The flash utility has to be able to write data back to the
floppy before the flash can begin...it can't do that with a CD (even if it
is a CD-R/RW).



Bobby
Anonymous
a b V Motherboard
June 20, 2005 7:36:13 PM

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"Paul4" wrote:
> In article
> <7_290698_3387345ea97f8f3ed597c80ef479fd13@hardwareforumz.com>,
> knopper <DoNotEmail@HardwareForumz.com> wrote:
>
> > "knopper" wrote:
>  > > YA I HAVE K8S-MX WITH AMD 3000+ ATHLON 2GHZ I AM
> NEW BIZ IN
>  > > THIS PLZ TELL ME STEP BY STEP
> >
> > I HAVE ASUS K8S-MX BOARD WITH 80 GB HDD SEGATE 256 MB RAM
> 400 MHZ AMD
> > 64 3000+ PROSSESOR AND 350 W SMPS WHEN I ON THE COMPUTER IT
> SHOWS BAD
> > BIOS CHECKSUM. STARTING RECOVERY . I TRY EVRY THING. I
> REPLACED BORD 4
> > TIMES FROM S C PLZZZZZZZZ HELP ME WHAT I DO WHAT IUS WORNG
> IN IT IS
> > HDD IS WORNG RAM OR PROSSESORI HAVE ASUS K8S-MV BOARD WITH
> 80 GB HDD
> > SEGATE 256 MB RAM 400 MHZ AMD 64 3000+ PROSSESOR AND 350 W
> SMPS WHEN I
> > ON THE COMPUTER IT SHOWS BAD BIOS CHECKSUM. STARTING
> RECOVERY . I TRY
> > EVRY THING. I REPLACED BORD 4 TIMES FROM S C PLZZZZZZZZ HELP
> ME WHAT I
> > DO WHAT IUS WORNG IN IT IS HDD IS WORNG RAM OR PROSSESOR. I
> TRY TO
> > FLASH WITH K8S-MX.ROM BUT NOTHIG HAPPEN . SCREEN WILL SHOW
> BAD BIOS
> > AGAIN. I REPLACED BOAD 5 TIME IT WILL RUN 1 TIME 2 TIME IT
> WILL SHOW
> > BAD BIOS CHCEKSUM STARTING RECOVERY. BUT NOYHIG HAPPEN I
> WILL PUT
> > DRIVER CD IN CD ROM IT WILL FALSHING AFTER FALSHING IT WILL
> SHOW POWER
> > OFF UR COMPUTER AND RESTART GET UR COPMPUTER BACK BUT NOTHIG
> HAPPEN.
> >
> > U R TRUE FRIEND KNOPPER
>
> Athlon 64 3000+ (Socket754)   ALL ALL
>
> OK. So we know that any BIOS release should work with your
> processor. So this problem is not caused by the use of
> a Sempron.
>
> I guess the first question I will ask you, is have you
> attempted
> to flash the BIOS already ? Are the symptoms you are seeing
> ("starting BIOS recovery") the result of having tried to flash
> the BIOS and the operation failed ? Or is this motherboard
> essentially in the same condition it was in when you removed
> it from the motherboard box ?
>
> The first thing I would try is "clearing the CMOS". The
> purpose
> of clearing the CMOS, is to return the CPU clock to its
> normal value. Sometimes a "Starting BIOS recovery" comes
> from accidently overclocking a processor. Section 1.9 of
> your user manual "Clear RTC RAM (CLRTC)" gives a procedure for
> clearing the CMOS. The most important part of that procedure,
> is
> to _unplug the computer_. That prevents damage to the
> standby power source.
>
> If you still cannot make any progress, try using only one
> stick of DDR memory, and try the memory in slot 1 and finally
> slot 2. Perhaps the BIOS has an issue with one of the DIMM
> slots.
>
> Make sure the CPU fan is plugged into the CPU fan header.
>
> If the symptoms are still the same, try actually reflashing
> the BIOS. This will likely not function correctly, as if
> you see the "starting BIOS recovery", it likely means that
> all communication with the flash chip is going to be flaky.
> You can try following the procedure in section 2.1.5
> "Recovering the BIOS with CrashFree BIOS 2". See the
> subsection "To recover the BIOS from the support CD",
> as there is a BIOS file on the motherboard CD, and when you
> see "starting BIOS recovery", you place the motherboard CD
> in the CDROM drive, in order that the CrashFree feature
> can read the BIOS file and reflash the BIOS chip.
>
> Hope that helps,
> Paul

how i clear the CMOS tell me step by setp

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Anonymous
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June 20, 2005 7:36:16 PM

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"Paul4" wrote:
> In article
> <7_290698_3387345ea97f8f3ed597c80ef479fd13@hardwareforumz.com>,
> knopper <DoNotEmail@HardwareForumz.com> wrote:
>
> > "knopper" wrote:
>  > > YA I HAVE K8S-MX WITH AMD 3000+ ATHLON 2GHZ I AM
> NEW BIZ IN
>  > > THIS PLZ TELL ME STEP BY STEP
> >
> > I HAVE ASUS K8S-MX BOARD WITH 80 GB HDD SEGATE 256 MB RAM
> 400 MHZ AMD
> > 64 3000+ PROSSESOR AND 350 W SMPS WHEN I ON THE COMPUTER IT
> SHOWS BAD
> > BIOS CHECKSUM. STARTING RECOVERY . I TRY EVRY THING. I
> REPLACED BORD 4
> > TIMES FROM S C PLZZZZZZZZ HELP ME WHAT I DO WHAT IUS WORNG
> IN IT IS
> > HDD IS WORNG RAM OR PROSSESORI HAVE ASUS K8S-MV BOARD WITH
> 80 GB HDD
> > SEGATE 256 MB RAM 400 MHZ AMD 64 3000+ PROSSESOR AND 350 W
> SMPS WHEN I
> > ON THE COMPUTER IT SHOWS BAD BIOS CHECKSUM. STARTING
> RECOVERY . I TRY
> > EVRY THING. I REPLACED BORD 4 TIMES FROM S C PLZZZZZZZZ HELP
> ME WHAT I
> > DO WHAT IUS WORNG IN IT IS HDD IS WORNG RAM OR PROSSESOR. I
> TRY TO
> > FLASH WITH K8S-MX.ROM BUT NOTHIG HAPPEN . SCREEN WILL SHOW
> BAD BIOS
> > AGAIN. I REPLACED BOAD 5 TIME IT WILL RUN 1 TIME 2 TIME IT
> WILL SHOW
> > BAD BIOS CHCEKSUM STARTING RECOVERY. BUT NOYHIG HAPPEN I
> WILL PUT
> > DRIVER CD IN CD ROM IT WILL FALSHING AFTER FALSHING IT WILL
> SHOW POWER
> > OFF UR COMPUTER AND RESTART GET UR COPMPUTER BACK BUT NOTHIG
> HAPPEN.
> >
> > U R TRUE FRIEND KNOPPER
>
> Athlon 64 3000+ (Socket754)   ALL ALL
>
> OK. So we know that any BIOS release should work with your
> processor. So this problem is not caused by the use of
> a Sempron.
>
> I guess the first question I will ask you, is have you
> attempted
> to flash the BIOS already ? Are the symptoms you are seeing
> ("starting BIOS recovery") the result of having tried to flash
> the BIOS and the operation failed ? Or is this motherboard
> essentially in the same condition it was in when you removed
> it from the motherboard box ?
>
> The first thing I would try is "clearing the CMOS". The
> purpose
> of clearing the CMOS, is to return the CPU clock to its
> normal value. Sometimes a "Starting BIOS recovery" comes
> from accidently overclocking a processor. Section 1.9 of
> your user manual "Clear RTC RAM (CLRTC)" gives a procedure for
> clearing the CMOS. The most important part of that procedure,
> is
> to _unplug the computer_. That prevents damage to the
> standby power source.
>
> If you still cannot make any progress, try using only one
> stick of DDR memory, and try the memory in slot 1 and finally
> slot 2. Perhaps the BIOS has an issue with one of the DIMM
> slots.
>
> Make sure the CPU fan is plugged into the CPU fan header.
>
> If the symptoms are still the same, try actually reflashing
> the BIOS. This will likely not function correctly, as if
> you see the "starting BIOS recovery", it likely means that
> all communication with the flash chip is going to be flaky.
> You can try following the procedure in section 2.1.5
> "Recovering the BIOS with CrashFree BIOS 2". See the
> subsection "To recover the BIOS from the support CD",
> as there is a BIOS file on the motherboard CD, and when you
> see "starting BIOS recovery", you place the motherboard CD
> in the CDROM drive, in order that the CrashFree feature
> can read the BIOS file and reflash the BIOS chip.
>
> Hope that helps,
> Paul

how to Clear RTC RAM (CLRTC)

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In article <7_290748_4a1ec5720ea8dc8a135ca009882f1d17@hardwareforumz.com>,
knopper <UseLinkToEmail@HardwareForumz.com> wrote:

>
> how to Clear RTC RAM (CLRTC)

From Section 1.9 from the manual

"1. Turn OFF the computer and unplug the power cord.

2. Move the jumper cap from pins 1-2 (default) to pins 2-3.
Keep the cap on pins 2-3 for about 5~10 seconds, then move
the cap back to pins 1-2.

3. Plug the power cord and turn ON the computer

4. Hold down the <Del> key during the boot process and enter
BIOS setup to re-enter data."

Paul
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June 23, 2005 6:38:00 PM

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"Paul4" wrote:
> In article
> <7_290748_4a1ec5720ea8dc8a135ca009882f1d17@hardwareforumz.com>,
> knopper <UseLinkToEmail@HardwareForumz.com> wrote:
>
> >
> > how to Clear RTC RAM (CLRTC)
>
> From Section 1.9 from the manual
>
> "1. Turn OFF the computer and unplug the power cord.
>
> 2. Move the jumper cap from pins 1-2 (default) to pins 2-3.
>
> Keep the cap on pins 2-3 for about 5~10 seconds, then
> move
> the cap back to pins 1-2.
>
> 3. Plug the power cord and turn ON the computer
>
> 4. Hold down the <Del> key during the boot process
> and enter
> BIOS setup to re-enter data."
>
> Paul

i got it there is some problem in ram now it’s ok

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