- May 15, 2006
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|Processor||DualCore AMD Athlon 64x2 4800+ (o/c 2801mhz STABLE (Ketxxx, POGE, Tatty One, ME))|
|Motherboard||ASUS A8N-SLI Premium (PCIe x16, x4, x1)|
|Cooling||PhaseChange Coolermaster CM754/939 (fan/heatsink), Thermalright heatspreaders + fan built on (RAM)|
|Memory||512mb PC-3200 DDR400 (set DDR-33 for o/c) by Corsair (matched pair, 2x256mb) 200.1/200mhz|
|Video Card(s)||BFG GeForce 7900 GTX OC 512mb GDDR3 ram (o/c manually to 686 core/865 memory) - PhaseChange cooled|
|Storage||Dual "Raptor X" 16mb 10krpm/RAID 0 Promise EX8350 x4 PCIe 128mb & Intel IO chip/CENATEK RocketDrive|
|Display(s)||SONY 19" Trinitron MultiScan 400ps 1600x1200 75hz refresh 32-bit color|
|Case||Antec Super-LanBoy (aluminum baby-tower w/ lower front & upper rear cooling exhaust fans)|
|Audio Device(s)||RealTek AC97 onboard mobo stereo sound (Altec Lansing ACS-45 speakers - 10 yrs. still running!)|
|Power Supply||Antec 500w ATX 2.0 "SmartPower" powersupply|
|Software||Windows Server 2003 SP #1 fully patched, & massively tuned/tweaked to-the-max (plus latest drivers)|
the bios defaults you have flashed, not the original bios if the one you flashed gets corrupted (if i'm not wrong)
However, in YOUR case? It just MAY be your version of ASUS UPDATE is all...
See my post below this one, because my Windows BIOS Flash, via "ASUS Update"?
IT ALLOWS BIOS BACKUP from inside Windows!
The point here is this: I have done this more than just a few times on this system, & others in the past, & have YET to have the BIOS flashing process 'screw up' on me... it's VERY SIMPLE TO DO, & even lets you do an OLD BIOS BACKUP!
(Which you SHOULD do: Backup the original BIOS first, prior to applying the new one)
You can always reflash a "bad flash" from a BIOS backup if you had to as well... this would be just another avenue BACK to your original BIOS if need be.