Windows 10: Corrupted Bios & New Motherboard ?

Discus and support Corrupted Bios & New Motherboard ? in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; Hi to All, I need some help pertaining to the bios on my Gigabyte MB GA-Z77-D3H (ver 1.0 ), I was playing around and now I can't get into my bios or... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by ered, Jan 13, 2021 at 8:57 AM.

  1. ered Win User

    Corrupted Bios & New Motherboard ?


    Hi to All,

    I need some help pertaining to the bios on my Gigabyte MB GA-Z77-D3H (ver 1.0 ), I was playing around and now I can't get into my bios or boot up normally. I have tried everything I know or learned from this forum.. The pc boots searching for the bios and after 30/45 seconds is reboot it self and start the process again. It does this for some minutes and then it turn itself off.

    Here is a shot of the bios once it reads its every 5 try's.

    If my MB is fried, can someone tell please which MB can I buy to be able to use my old Intel Core i7 -3770 cpu 3.40GHz and rams.
    OS: Win 10 Pro 64 20H2, last time I used it was 2 days ago.

    Thank you


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    Hi all i am new in this forum, i need meanings step by step of each item listed in the bios Phoenix-Award
     
  3. Can VGA BIOS get corrupted?

    VGA BIOS's can certainly get corrupt... although im not sure whether its possible to while ur loading stuff... i woulda thought its main "danger" time would either be flashing the BIOS (obviously its most dangerous time) or while the card is at its peak of booting from the BIOS (doubt that'd corrupt it though........)

    my recommendation would b if TPU has ur cards bios in there database.. try downloading it & get some software (either a TPU article or a google seach will find enough info) to flash it 2 ur card...

    i cant guarantee that this is the problem.. but if it were me.. these are steps i'd probably take...
    or u can wait for some other suggestions...
     
  4. ered Win User

    Corrupted Bios & New Motherboard ?

    Corrupted Bios & New Motherboard ?

    Hi to All,

    I need some help pertaining to the bios on my Gigabyte MB GA-Z77-D3H (ver 1.0 ), I was playing around and now I can't get into my bios or boot up normally. I have tried everything I know or learned from this forum.. The pc boots searching for the bios and after 30/45 seconds is reboot it self and start the process again. It does this for some minutes and then it turn itself off.

    Here is a shot of the bios once it reads its every 5 try's.

    If my MB is fried, can someone tell please which MB can I buy to be able to use my old Intel Core i7 -3770 cpu 3.40GHz and rams.
    OS: Win 10 Pro 64 20H2, last time I used it was 2 days ago.

    Thank you


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