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  • Help with z77-ds3h

    Hello everyone,
    I was working with clover on my pc for some dual boot on 2 different ssd.
    something wrong happened and now it is going crazy.
    the pc keeps on turning off and on without even getting to the post screen. Sometimes shows a screen that says "gigabyte uefi bios " on top and nothing else then it turns off.
    once, after removing the cr2032 battery for several hours, I got the screen "cmos has been reset" .
    I had 3 options:
    -load optimized values and boot
    -load optimized values and reboot
    -enter bios

    I entered the bios. The pc stayed on with no problem and I could change values, I selected "load optimized values" and saved. When rebooting I had the same problem as before with pc turning on and off.
    I don't know how to reset the bios again or flash a new one.

    my mobo is gigabyte z77-ds3h rev 1.1 with f8 or f9 bios (I can't
    please help
    thank you

  • #2
    Re: Help with z77-ds3h

    tried reflashing the bios? it might cure it,make a note oc/bios settings beforehand
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    • #3
      Re: Help with z77-ds3h

      Yes eventually I was able to solve the problem. I took off the cr2032 battery for a few hours. When I put it on and restarted I got the "cmos reset" screen. From that point I entered the bios and the qflash utility. i downloaded bios f11a from another computer and put it on a usb stick. Then from qflash I flashed the new bios and was able to boot again ;)

      I hope it can hope someone else