Does your system have a jumper to clear the CMOS?
If so, give it a a try. (It does no harm. It returns the BIOS setup
parameters to their defaults.)
If you've done a bad BIOS flash, and the BIOS CMOS chip is socketed, it can
be replaced, rather than declaring your motherboard to be toast. Also, some
motherboard manufactures have a BIOS recovery function in place, but it's
very manufacturer dependent. If you can find a manual for your mainboard
(download one?), that's where you should look first.
Return address scrambled. Replace nkbob with bobkn.
"PhilTheGap" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi Gordon,
> "Gordon" <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit dans le message de
>> "PhilTheGap" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> Hi there,
>>> I've tried to flash my BIOS. I've downloaded this
>> Why did you go there rather than the manufacturers website?
> Ok I'm foolish. But what can I do now ?