BIOS Recovery for Ga-P35-DS3P.. help?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by ao27893, May 31, 2008.

  1. ao27893

    ao27893 MDL Novice

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    hello all,
    im new here :)

    about a week ago i used a OEM BIOS form another thread on this forum but unfortunately i got the wrong BIOS REV. and now all my PC dose is Loops, on and off, and so on. the screen don't even turn on.
    my Mother board is a Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3P Rev 2.1

    Thanks allot for any help, Aaron
     
  2. petar

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  3. nijel

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  4. ao27893

    ao27893 MDL Novice

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    nope tryed that didint help
    looks like i need a new mobo :(((((

    Edit: yeah petar it was the one from your tread
     
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  6. ao27893

    ao27893 MDL Novice

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    i relly cant reamber which one i got but i found out after i flayed it that it wasent rev 2.1
     
  7. petar

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    That was that confused me, couse the bioses are reported working.
    Anyway have you tryed the Award recovey proedure ?
     
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  8. ao27893

    ao27893 MDL Novice

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    i tried it with the memory stick and it didint work
    and i tried with a floppy but the drive dont start up even when i hold ctrl+home

    Thanks
     
  9. petar

    petar MDL Expert

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    Sorry to hear that.
    It seems that the Boot Block "BBL" is damaged as well.
    So your only way out of this is with a programer coresponding to your EEPROM or service center.
     
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  10. ao27893

    ao27893 MDL Novice

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    im just goner go buy an Asus mobo
     
  11. nijel

    nijel MDL Junior Member

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    All original bioses are the same, revision don't matter. MD5 files checksum is the same. Something else went wrong.
     
  12. ao27893

    ao27893 MDL Novice

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    oh well thanks for the help