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osveb

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Hi,

After I`v updatet the Bios on my ABit KT7-Raid to kt7a09, to start the computer I have to:
1. Start the PC, then turn it off,
2. Pull the powercord out ---> switch off the main powerswitch.
3. Putt the powercord in ---> switch on the main powerswitch.
Now it will boot up, if I shut down the computer I need to do it all over
again, but not if I restart.

In the describtion to the bios upgrade the last thing you do after flashing
the bios is:

Clear CMOS data:

Switch off the power supply unit or pull off the power cord. There is a CCMOS
jumper near the battery. Change the jumper position from default 1-2 to 2-3 for
one minute to discharge the CMOS data, and then put it back to default 1-2. Switch
on the power supply unit or pull in the power cord. Press the power-on button to
boot up system. If it works, hit ¡¦Del¡¦ key to enter the BIOS setup page to do
correct settings.

Is there any thing I may have fogotten in this procedure?


Any ide of what has gone wrong, and what I have to do to fix it? :tazz:

PS. This is a problem that is on my old computer and not the one in my signature.
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admin

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Welcome to Geeks to Go osveb. This only started after you updated the BIOS? I'd roll back to a previous version and see of that helps.
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