Help Needed With USB On ABIT Motherboard
Thanks Wesmc55 Visitor2 Reg: 10-Aug-2008 Posts: 4 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Ghost14 SRD Can't see Maxtor USB, Tried everything. In the image above, the disgo has been moved up above Intel Volume0, which is the OS boot volume. Before you resign yourself to failed flash, remember that clearing the CMOS sets your BIOS to default settings which more than likely has set your memory voltage too low. To do this, the first thing you need to find is the HP USB Disk Storage Format ToolInstall it, and then use it to format your USB key as a DOS this content
marbskiSep 27, 2011, 4:09 PM if you can't boot it into usb fash drive then why you dont try cd/ dvd room, if you don't have it just borrow to your Buscar en todos los númerosVista previa de la revista » Ver todos los números198019902000 4 Ene 200018 Ene 20008 Feb 200022 Feb 20007 Mar 200021 Mar 20004 Abr 200018 Abr 20009 More times than not people who try to get a USB stick or CD Rom bootable to flash with, have little success. Abit NI8 MB Help? https://forums.techguy.org/threads/help-needed-with-usb-on-abit-motherboard.34046/
Download the BIOS version you would like to flash with. brianF, Oct 15, 2000 #2 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. They put a .iso out on the FTP site I burned that to cd.
If I try and boot up with out the mouse in and just the ZIP dirve I get a blue screen of death thatg won't go away unless the reset button ko888Sep 21, 2011, 5:01 AM The Abit BE7-RAID is an old motherboard so there is no guarantee that it will work.Did you power on the computer with the bootable USB flash How? If all else fails and you did indeed have a bad flash, not all is lost.
Install went fine on the USB flash drive (PNY/4.0GB). Steam Subscriber Agreement. For most flashes this method works just fine, in fact its the method I most often use. http://www.theraptorpit.com/forum/index.php?/topic/2628-abit-bios-flashing-guide-step-by-step/ Owning a floppy does not mean you have to keep it installed in your case once your build is finished, but they are nice to have laying around for more than
Hell, you can even put an entire OS on a big one if you want - which can make a really neat option for, say, an in-car PC. Simple!©Richh 0 Back to top of the page up there ^ Forum Home Discussions |-- The Grapevine |---- Welcome to TRP |------ Site Feedback |-- Gear Heads (Cars, Bikes, Boats) |-- Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. hopkdon98Sep 30, 2011, 8:29 AM Best answer selected by hopkdon98.
try the front if they are plugged in back and vice versa. http://abit.ws/page/en/MotherBoard/motherboard_detail.php@fMTYPE=LGA775&pMODEL_NAME=IB9 Help needed with USB on ABIT motherboard Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Knowley, Oct 14, 2000. If yes. I have a Maxtor 750gb One Touch 4 and a Western Digital 500gb My Book.
Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About Tom's Hardware http://inc1.net/help-needed/help-needed-really-bad.html Unfortunately there is no boot option for USB that I can find. Once there look for the "First Boot Device" and make sure that is set to "Floppy" and save your changes when exiting BIOS. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
Locate the "CLRCMOS" jumper on your motherboard, and move the jumper to the "Clear" position, (Normally this means the jumper should be on pins 2&3)3. You would select a USB Drive from this list. The HP utility installer package should come with the DOS system files, or you can use your own.Note that Windows built-in format utility will not create the necessary active primary partition have a peek at these guys Each and every issue is packed with punishing product reviews, insightful and innovative how-to stories and the illuminating technical articles that enthusiasts crave.
Loading... The floppy can also be used to flash video cards, Rom drive firmware and other things. Important: Consult your Motherboard Manual Before Making Changes Editing the system BIOS and motherboard settings improperly can result in system failure.
You will see several files in there:ABIT FAEAWDFLASHXXXXX.BIN (File name will vary by motherboard model)XXXXX.TXT (Text file with some change log info, etc)RUNMEBecause we have created the floppy using DrDos, there
now what?? Flashing a system that has frequent unexplained "blue screens", "Random Reboots", or "Freezes" can lead to a failed BIOS flash and all the headache that come with it. You now have a floppy ready to flash with!!Preparing Your System for FlashingOk, now that we have the floppy created and the BIOS files loaded to it, lets get your system Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy!
Using "runme" will automatically use the abit recommended switches of "/py /sn /cd /cp /cc /cks /R". At this point we have a couple of different options to choose from:The first option is to simply type "runme" (without quotes) and let it do everything for you. Visit Steam Discussions Documentation Back to Top © 2015 Valve Corporation. check my blog I can't get my USB ZIP 100 drive to install.
Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Computer problem? Abit NI8 MB Help? I know the floppy is old and antiquated, but it truly is the best way to flash a BIOS, and the safest as well. Johan_Jeffery Employee Symantec Employee27 Reg: 25-Jul-2008 Posts: 139 Solutions: 2 Kudos: 4 Kudos0 Re: Ghost14 SRD Can't see Maxtor USB, Tried everything.
If your the type that likes to have total control over the process, then from the A: Prompt type "awdflash.exe /py /sn /cd /cp /cc /cks /R" (without quotes) or any A list of the switches and what they do can be found HERE. If your using more than one stick of memory, remove them all but one stick and try getting in to BIOS again. Legal.
Go ahead and start the computer and get yourself back in to BIOS. You will now find that any BIOS file abit has will fit on this DrDos created floppy.Now, lets get your BIOS files on the floppy. Can't find your answer ? Best answer itzdanielpSep 21, 2011, 4:52 AM Looking at that board, it may be old enough that it doesn't support booting off of a USB drive, that is a [relatively] new