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BIOS Update Crash,,need help!!

Hi guy..
I have Gigabyte EP35-DS4 motherboard
sometime ago, i tried to update BIOS from f4 to f6 (skip the f5 update)
after restart, screen gone blank, it wont boot.. :ouch:
gezz i think my bios crash because i skip f5 update..
i tried to clear CMOS and remove the battery..its still won't work :(

is my MB broken and can't be repaired?is it nesscecary to change eeprom?

Thank you.
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  1. Skipping an update didn't cause the problem. How did you flash it?
  2. I download an update from gigabyte..
    i think it not from DOS..
  3. Best answer
    A BIOS file always is complete; it never is an update. It looks like you flashed the BIOS from Windows; did the system crash while flashing it?

    You'll have to read about GIGABYTE Virtual Dual BIOS Technology in the manual.
  4. yes, i flashed it from window..it has extension exe.
    nope i updated it until finish and restart..
    sorry early i said the screen is blank,it can enter BIOS but it won't booting to windows
    is it possible re-flasing from bios?
  5. That's very different. The BIOS flash worked fine and there's no need to flash it again. Go into the BIOS and reset to the default values. Then check the boot order and make sure that your CD/DVD is first (in case you need to boot from it at some point) followed by the hard disk. If it fails while booting Windows, then you may need to repair or reinstall.
  6. yeah i think flashing work fine..i took your advice (read manual) about BIOS
    i tried recover BIOS back to original setting (update F1) using USB and it works..
    is there any change BIOS ver.F5 not compatible to my MB?
    anyway thank you the advice.
  7. Best answer selected by y3s4y.
  8. y3s4y said:
    yeah i think flashing work fine..i took your advice (read manual) about BIOS
    i tried recover BIOS back to original setting (update F1) using USB and it works..
    is there any change BIOS ver.F5 not compatible to my MB?
    anyway thank you the advice.

    I think that you simply had a bad flash. I'd download the latest BIOS file again to a USB drive and flash from the BIOS utility instead of Windows. Just make sure that you select the correct BIOS for your motherboard. On the other hand, if there's nothing that the latest version fixes for your system, then don't flash it.
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