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Nimbokwezer2

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  1. I'm ordering a new chip from Tmod. Is it just a simple unplug/plug install? I'm assuming its the chip right by the CMOS jumper?
  2. PSU OCZ | OCZ520ADJSLI 520W RT It was booting up right before I flashed it, so I doubt the PSU is the problem. The only bios flashes I tried were under the Lanparty UT NF4 Ultra-D menu, which is what I've got. The first 4 didn't work. The last one (the hot swapping one) successfully flashed, and now it won't boot. EDIT - Where can I order a new chip?
  3. OK, I did a 20-hour CMOS clear and nothing happened. When I put the jumper and battery back, and set everything back up, the monitor doesn't even get a signal on booting (not even a splash screen). All 4 diagnostic LEDs just light up and stay that way, and there is no beep to indicate that any booting is taking place. Still stuck...
  4. I just tried a CMOS clear as per these instructions: no effect. Still won't boot/post. I guess I'll try an overnight cmos clear with the battery/power supply disconnected. In the meantime, thanks again for everyone trying to help.
  5. OK OK, sorry. Lanparty UT NF4 Ultra-D socket 939 Athlon AMD X2 3800+ Corsair 2X1GB XMS4000 500mhz 3,4,4,8 RAM WD Caviar SE16 320GB ASUS 7900GTX
  6. Ok, doing a cmos clear. The battery is out and I'm waiting the recommended 30 +minutes. Which flash option should I choose? My PCB version is R.AE1 if that helps. I really appreciate the help. Thanks for your patience.
  7. OK, I've got the Lanparty UT NForce4 Ultra-D. I booted up with Tmods and tried all 4 of the bios updates under Lanparty UT Ultra-D. None of them worked. They all said the key didn't match. (Yes, I'm positive I have the motherboard model right). I tried the hotswapping one and now it won't even boot.
  8. Thanks, I'm getting it now. (thanks to the mods for moving this to the right forum... sorry about that)
  9. I don't have a floppy drive. I tried following directions for creating bootable CDs but none of them seemed to work. Can someone show me how to make a bootable CD for flashing bios? By the way, I'm on windows xp, not that it really matters, because my HD is formatted at this point. And it's not a matter of hardware compatibility because this computer was running perfectly for 9 months.
  10. I copied the BIOS flash files to a CD and have it set to boot from the CD, but it isn't working. Any ideas?
  11. Thank you for the tip. I'll try it out and let you know how it goes. It sounds like it makes sense.
  12. I've had this board for 9 months and then it just gave up on me. Up until that point, it was running trouble free, with no signs of any problems whatsoever. Then, suddenly the computer would restart as soon as the windows startup sound played. I tried reinstalling windows, and then I started getting random errors (almost always different). I tried my hard drive in my friend's computer and that didn't work either. At that point, realized there was obviously something wrong with the hard drive, so I tried a test hard drive in my computer, and it got ruined as well. (By ruined, I mean that it won't even work after a format). Right now I'm at a loss...
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