asrock bios issue

Discussion in 'ASRock' started by devin1100, Oct 19, 2006.

  1. devin1100

    devin1100 Guest

    ok I have a asrock k8-upgrade and i recently upgraded the bios. is ther
    any way to reset it back to the default bios cause for some reason no
    if i overclock it even just a bit it crashes witch it didnt do before
    updated it any ideas are apreciate


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    devin1100
     
    devin1100, Oct 19, 2006
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  2. devin1100

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    devin1100 wrote:
    > ok I have a asrock k8-upgrade and i recently upgraded the bios. is there
    > any way to reset it back to the default bios cause for some reason now
    > if i overclock it even just a bit it crashes witch it didnt do before i
    > updated it any ideas are apreciated



    The default BIOS values were likely restored when you updated the BIOS
    and you will need to manually optimize/tailor your BIOS settings.

    Regards,

    Tim
     
    , Oct 20, 2006
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    Kyle Guest

    <> wrote in message
    news:...
    | devin1100 wrote:
    | > ok I have a asrock k8-upgrade and i recently upgraded the bios. is
    there
    | > any way to reset it back to the default bios cause for some reason
    now
    | > if i overclock it even just a bit it crashes witch it didnt do
    before i
    | > updated it any ideas are apreciated
    |
    |
    | The default BIOS values were likely restored when you updated the
    BIOS
    | and you will need to manually optimize/tailor your BIOS settings.
    |
    | Regards,
    |
    | Tim
    |

    I think the OP wants to revert to the "original BIOS". If one does
    not make a backup of the existing BIOS prior to upgrading the BIOS,
    it's a guessing game to determine which was the original BIOS. One
    can only go back one version at a time trying to achieve the original
    nirvana setup. Good luck.

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    Best regards,
    Kyle
     
    Kyle, Oct 20, 2006
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