Question about Gigabyte GA-8I848P-G Motherboard
Your BIOS to your GA-8I848P-G Motherboard would be flashable to the BIOS chip on the Board it's self. Make sure you read Gigabytes BIOS flash instructions. If the board is up and running Windows, then Gigabyte has there LIVE BIOS update you can run from there website!
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Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: P4IM533 problem
What you want to do will not be possible for a common ordinary MB. You will need to get one that is made for "Gaming". That one has a variable control, usually Alt+F2, which will enable you to make changes to the BIOS software. Be VERY CAREFUL of the interdependency of the BIOS software and some of the MB touchy parameters... You can cause unrepairable damage to the BIOS CHIP, the Motherboard or both. If that is what you wish to do, buy yourself a "Gaming" Motheboard...
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Posted on May 31, 2009
SOURCE: Award BootBlock Bios V 1.0
Hi how are u, it is simple problem friend
Your motherboard jumper setting has been changed.
please read manual of your motherboard jumper setting if u not have manual. open ur pc cover and see the motherboard jumper.
remove your bios battery and change your jumpers 2-3 by defualt.
i hope u are understand u will change your motherboard jumper settings bye.......from email@example.com
Posted on May 13, 2009
update the bios of motherboard, it seems that the bios file is missing somewhere and now the computer bios is searcing for it ..(on Hard drive)
so reinstall or update the bios it will fix the prob. otherwise if u say that the bios is working ok, then go to the bios and turn them to their Defaults, and restart.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
SOURCE: ACCESS A BIOS
I'm not quite sure what it is you exactly want here but if you need to get into the BIOS utility then as the computer is starting up repeatedly tap the Del key or the Esc key.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
SOURCE: scaning bios image in hard drive
"You will not find the BIOS on the hard drive.
It is stored on a chip directly on the motherboard."
You clearly have not researched this at all and pulled it out of your proverbial a$$!
Gigabyte uses this god forbidden technology to make it damn near impossible to recover from.
The motherboard indeed writes to the hard drive, but not in a user friendly manner, in fact it stores it in the hidden area of the hard drive where it finds it difficult to locate.
So far after 2 months of searching for an answer, I have concluded that gigabyte will receive no more money from me, ever again!
Does not answer your question I know, but I have failed to locate one after 2 months.
Ohh and replacement of bios chip is a no go as some brain dead technician gigabyte decided it be fun to solder it straight into the board!
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
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