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How to Flash the bios with no display

1 hour ago, Be Healed in Jesus Name! said:

 

Gigabyte x370 Gaming k7 - Error Code 62 and Vga Light. Have tested most other parts in another system as working 100% normal. seems like the bios is corrupt as my gpu works fine. Pc was working somewhat normal before minus the bios being very glitchy in giving me boot codes everytime i entered the bios then a boot loop, but once i got in windows, no codes ???? I am 100% certain my Gpu, and Psu, More then likely the Ram and Cpu are 100% good aswell. 

 

 

What are your specs?
Did you corrupt the bios by messing up a flash?
Just having an error code would normally mean your bios is not corrupt.
Error code 62 is "Installation of the PCH runtime services" (as per your manual, which you should of checked) which means incompatibility somewhere.

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get display output back first. iGPU in the CPU or even motherboard, another graphics card etc.


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The best thing to do is reading the clock speed that doesnt end in a pair of zeros. Software voltage readings are wrong if your motherboard's not a high end model

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If the bios is really corrupted there may be no way to get a display period. Only hope would be if the mobo designers have a failsafe method/ dual bios/ or swap-able bios chip.

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2 hours ago, Be Healed in Jesus Name! said:

I am not getting any display signal from a corrupted bios, how can I flash it?

 

If the manufacture didn't put in a self bios flashing feature or dual bios then you're SOL.
If you have a socket-able bios then you can buy a pre-flashed bios and switch it.
If you have warranty then you can RMA it.

If you have non of those then you're sitting on a paper weight.


If you can, then you should.

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17 hours ago, 0x1e said:

If the manufacture didn't put in a self bios flashing feature or dual bios then you're SOL.
If you have a socket-able bios then you can buy a pre-flashed bios and switch it.
If you have warranty then you can RMA it.

If you have non of those then you're sitting on a paper weight.

 

19 hours ago, K1ng said:

Are you 100% its corrupted? What Motherboard?
 

Gigabyte x370 Gaming k7 - Error Code 62 and Vga Light. Have tested most other parts in another system as working 100% normal. seems like the bios is corrupt as my gpu works fine. Pc was working somewhat normal before minus the bios being very glitchy in giving me boot codes everytime i entered the bios then a boot loop, but once i got in windows, no codes ???? I am 100% certain my Gpu, and Psu, More then likely the Ram and Cpu are 100% good aswell. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Be Healed in Jesus Name! said:

 

Gigabyte x370 Gaming k7 - Error Code 62 and Vga Light. Have tested most other parts in another system as working 100% normal. seems like the bios is corrupt as my gpu works fine. Pc was working somewhat normal before minus the bios being very glitchy in giving me boot codes everytime i entered the bios then a boot loop, but once i got in windows, no codes ???? I am 100% certain my Gpu, and Psu, More then likely the Ram and Cpu are 100% good aswell. 

 

 

What are your specs?
Did you corrupt the bios by messing up a flash?
Just having an error code would normally mean your bios is not corrupt.
Error code 62 is "Installation of the PCH runtime services" (as per your manual, which you should of checked) which means incompatibility somewhere.


If you can, then you should.

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