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Username Rehbar Rank BIOS Newbie Posts 22 Joined Wed Nov 15, 2006 9:05 am #46355 by Kebija Sat Oct 13, 2007 12:47 am Same Issues I tried changing out the ram hi all, need some serious help raphoenix i have checked all motherboard and i scrambeled the CMOS setup still my screen black like this Award Bootblock Bios V1.0 Copyright (c) 2000, foogoo, Nov 16, 2012 #3 e2h Private E-2 I cant acces the bios cos it wont go past this Award Bootblock BIOS v1.0 BIOS ROM checksum error Detecting floppy drive A Here is what I have found out.The boot blook bios v1.0 looks for some pretty specific files and such. http://gatoisland.com/bios-rom/bios-rom-checksum-error-award-bootblock.php

But for some reason this time it just won't go away, even after I removed all discs and unplugged all extra devices, etc.[This message was edited by zathras2 on July 23, Now no video again. I'm just tired of this thing. Reply Options 11 posts Page 1 of 1 11 posts Page 1 of 1 Jump to: Select a forum ------------------ Do you need a BIOS update?

From what I've read here, other people had the same problem and they fixed it by flashing the BIOS with the old version of the BIOS, so I think I need I think that will make a bootable floppy. Hook up your Floppy drive to your computer and put in the Rescue Disk that you just created with the BIOS Flasher software and BIOS image file. 6.

It's not for the timid though, it involves removing and replacing the BIOS chip while the "donor" machine is running.Edit: Hotswap instructions linkage zathras2 Ars Legatus Legionis Registered: Apr 26, 2000Posts: zathras2 Ars Legatus Legionis Registered: Apr 26, 2000Posts: 37576 Posted: Wed Jul 23, 2003 8:35 am Video seems to be really off-and-on. http://www.asus.com/Motherboar...../#download The Motherboard Battery needs changing also. Do you know the exact model of the PC from this list http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsuppor...odTypeId=12454&prodSeriesId=402657&taskId=135 Had you attempted a BIOS flash before this problem happened-I'm trying to figure out how the BIOS was

Push that "finger" away from the centre, and the battery should be able to be lifted out.Take the battery to any computer-store, and get a replacement.Insert it, and try again.If the It sounds like you've got a bad bios chip.I would try reflashing using the same boot floppy.It might work.At this point, you might as well restart the computer and try again. nate42nd 444,611 views 8:14 Loading more suggestions... Username Joecheeze Rank New visitors - please read the rules.

I think this zip folder has all the files needed to boot the floppy. Reply 0 Re: bios rom checksum error will not boot at all 01-05-2013 09:07 AM The "boot-block" should load the remainder of the BIOS from a memory-chip. The BootBlock is for BIOS recovery operations. showd me huh.

Talk to them. plodr, Nov 16, 2012 #2 foogoo Major "foogoo" Geek Try FlashBoot you can make a USB like a bootable floppy. Username KachiWachi Rank The New Guy Posts 1450 Joined Fri Mar 29, 2002 10:32 pm Location Pennsylvania, USA bios bootblock v1.0 checksum error etc. #45395 by Joecheeze Mon Jul 09, 2007 Then hit "Y" to begin the flash.

Water_Cool_Fool 53,457 views 9:24 Solving the CMOS checksum error - Duration: 1:31. More about the author My motherboard is dead Power Management problems RAM compatibility with BIOS Notebook BIOS and other problems Do you need information? I have the 1.44MB floppy and the iso is 1.50MB. Have you found solution ?

Sorry, tried this too and it didn't work. Danger Mouse "The Dude" Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor Tribus: Los Angeles, CA Registered: Nov 14, 2000Posts: 33177 Posted: Wed Jul 23, 2003 10:30 pm quote:Originally posted by zathras2:I suppose I Sign in Transcript Statistics 52,405 views 12 Like this video? check my blog BIOS Utilities & Flash Programs In-depth High-tech BIOS section General Site suggestions Blog BIOS Updates BIOS IDs Motherboard BIOS IDs overview Acer BIOS IDs Award (Phoenix) BIOS IDs AMI BIOS IDs

Would it be the "Clear CMOS" jumper? Reports: · Posted 3 years ago Top subane Posts: 51 This post has been reported. Where can I find a motherboard manual?

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Up next How to Clear the CMOS - Reset the BIOS & Why - Duration: 11:59. Since it is not doing that, either the battery on the motherboard (a silver-coloured piece about the size of a $0.25 piece) has failed, or the contents of the memory-chip cannot Username edwin Rank The Hardware Archivist Posts 6115 Joined Wed Mar 20, 2002 7:11 pm Location Netherlands Contact Re: my solution #46768 by edwin Tue Nov 20, 2007 7:21 am Joecheeze No, create an account now.

Posts 1 Joined Mon Jul 02, 2007 11:07 am #45362 by KachiWachi Tue Jul 03, 2007 5:32 pm What motherboard is installed? To Get More Info and Daily Reward. Even tried to move the jumper from 1 to 2 to 2 to 3 and pressed the power button. news Try buying a new bios chip from the guys at badflash.com.

But more like $30 with shipping. The read-only memory ROM containing the BIOS program is protected by a checksum value as a double-check that the ROM code is correct. I have managed to get a floppy but the iso you suggested is bigger than the capacity of the floppy i have. Found CDROM, try to Boot from it ...

IIRC, you don't need an autoexec.bat file, but you do have to have a very specific file name for the .bin file.Well, that's not helping with it not turning on at zathras2 Ars Legatus Legionis Registered: Apr 26, 2000Posts: 37576 Posted: Wed Jul 23, 2003 5:34 am Nope, using the "Clear CMOS" jumper does not fix it.DAMMIT zathras2 Ars Legatus Legionis Registered:

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