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My pc frreze when i try to save change on bios

Gefoz
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I just bought x99a sli krait edition and every time i tried to save or entering m flash my cursor alway freeze but the temperature and voltage indicator still moving (on bios). I can't flash the bios since I can't open m flash, i try flashing it by msi live update 6 still no luck (didn't find the bios update button on the app) anyone know what happened and way to solve the problem?

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This could be due to a dying storage chip on the mb the could also be a sign that your motherboard is dying 

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9 hours ago, Noxitb said:

This could be due to a dying storage chip on the mb the could also be a sign that your motherboard is dying 

Owh that's kinda sad, how do i fix that? I still can save my setting it just freeze my cursor, I also tried aida64 for 2 hours and it didn't crash.

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9 hours ago, Gefoz said:

Owh that's kinda sad, how do i fix that? I still can save my setting it just freeze my cursor, I also tried aida64 for 2 hours and it didn't crash.

Thats really strange is the motherboard damaged at all like physically 

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6 hours ago, Noxitb said:

Thats really strange is the motherboard damaged at all like physically 

Physically it have a little dent on the right side of it

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26 minutes ago, Gefoz said:

Physically it have a little dent on the right side of it

Do you have a photo of this 

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  • 2 weeks later...

Im really sorry for the delay, unfortunately i got covid and have to be sent to hospital, now i already got discharge from hospital. Here's the damage on the motherboard

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