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I have a problem with my BIOS

I just got the parts for my new computer and I assembled it outside of the case and tried to do a POST. The system successfully POSTed and I got into the MSI quick BIOS 4 but when I go to the settings tab or the save/load BIOS settings tab and then go to any of the sub menus the BIOS just freezes.

 

My system is:

CPU: 5820k
GPU: PowerColor Radeon R9 390X PCS+
Motherboard: MSI X99A SLI Plus
Power Suply: Cooler Master B2 Series 700W
Case: Deepcool Tesseract SW
CPU cooler: Coolermaster Cooler Master Hyper 612 V2
Drive: Kingston SV300S37A/240G + WD 3tb green
Optical drive: ASUS DRW-24D3ST

 

Also when I go into the Hardware Monitoring tab and move the mouse outside of the window, the mouse leaves a track on the screen. I have tried it on both BIOSs and the same happens for each.

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Would you be able to updater your BIOS?

Is it possible to BIOS flash the motherboard from a USB without an OS installed?

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Is it possible to BIOS flash the motherboard from a USB without an OS installed?

As long as you have a computer to use to put the BIOS image on the USB drive, yes. In fact, you can update your BIOS without any drives installed whatsoever. 

 

Edit: Here is the latest BIOS image for your board. Straight from here.

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Follow your own topic when asking for help.

 

MSi has the possibility to flash from a USB device, just make sure that it's the right USB port, look in the manual to find out what port is the right one.

Good luck, hope it works out for you :)

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I have tried to BIOS flash the motherboard but when I go to the BIOS flash tab and try to update the BIOS the BIOS just freezes.

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