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Help after flashing bios on NF3 250Gb

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Hi guys, I'm desperate for help, I just flashed to the latest bios on my NF3 250Gb,

1/ firstly memtest ran continuously, but I worked out how to switch it off in bios,

2/ now it goes past the bios screen and hangs in the windows screen asking about previous startup, if I select safe mode it freezes after about 30 or so lines, if I select Last Known Good Config it just freezes.

 

Please help

 

Thanks

Martin

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Was your rig stable before you flashed the bios? You might want to get a new PSU, 420W is simply not enough for a DFI system; so please check out the PSU-A-List from Dave in the Recommendation-section.

Gipse

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I've solved the problem. You blokes are just too interested in establishing your powerful positions to actually help anyone.

I expect to be banned now, see you in Heaven

:angel:

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I've solved the problem. You blokes are just too interested in establishing your powerful positions to actually help anyone.

I expect to be banned now, see you in Heaven

:angel:

 

and can you share with the forum what was the solution....

or are you just interested in establishing your powerfull position.......

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All that needed to be said was reset the bios. and not one said it. And A 420 watt PSU is fine on a 250GB

 

Not that I'd recommend it to anyone, but talking about small psu's and the good old dfi 250gb:

I'm running a 5 year old chieftec 340W (15a 12v) with an a64 [email protected] 1.55v 48h prime stable without a problem. That computer goes trough some serious hours of punishment (image editing, 3ds max etc) weekly. The gfx is only an fx5200 tough.

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