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 on: Today at 08:40:00 
Started by deltaware468 - Last post by rbleroy91
Hello,
Until problem is resolved:
0/ Try to change monitor-mobo link type and cable.
1/ Power off mobo and monitor. Wait 15s. Power on monitor then mobo.
2/ Enter in bios setup (<DEL>), press <F6> (load optimized defaults), <ENTER> (confirm), <F10> (save changes), <ENTER> (confirm).
3/ Do a clear CMOS:
- Power off.
- Either
  . do NOT unplug the power cord (specific to B350 mobos), short JBAT1 during 10s
    (if you have not a jumper cap, you can use something like a screwdriver but be cautious to touch only the 2 pins of JBAT1),
  . unplug the power cord then remove the battery cell during 30mn then plug the power cord.
- Power on.
- Load bios default when asked during next start (if not asked, then CMOS has not been cleared, so retry from the beginning).
If problem is not resolved, tell us what is the monitor model and how it is connected to mobo.
Hoping this will help,
:hat tip:

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 on: Today at 07:52:05 
Started by robloxvip357 - Last post by robloxvip357
I apologize in advance for how terribly worded that message may be, it's 12:05 AM and I'm just tired.

 3 
 on: Today at 07:51:17 
Started by robloxvip357 - Last post by robloxvip357
So here's the deal. I have this old computer that I'm almost certain that is a AMD CPU(simply because my dad enjoys AMD CPUs over Intel, although if it can provide more power for cheaper he'll take whatever), but I'm not sure which AMD CPU it is as I can't get the CPU fan off(can't find a screwdriver, spent several days looking but none fit the screws :bonk: ). After fixing one of the issues(it wouldn't even let power get into any of the parts most of the time, after a quick dusting of all the components with compressed air did the trick), I'm still stuck with one issue that was solved by RAM on another computer. (It was not an MSI motherboard, however, it was a ASUS motherboard and it was because the RAM was dying.) Here's the quick rundown:I can't even get the bootscreen to appear, the harddrives are accessed for about 3 seconds and then go dead for the rest of the time, the BIOS will not load no matter what I do, the USB keyboard I have will not be detected by the motherboard, and no screen output happens within this entire ordeal.
CPU:Unknown AMD CPU from around 2004
GPU:NVidia branded GeForce 9500 GT (EV3A)
PSU:Coolermaster RS-500-PCAR-A3
RAM:2 2x1GB DDR2 PDC22G6400ELK (Classed 800 MHz for 1.9V)
Motherboard:K9A2 CF V2
Hard Drive:1 7.2K RPM 1.5 TB Sata(?) Seagate Hard Drive, 1 Unknown RPM Unknown Capacity IDE Unknown Manufacturer(The sticker was torn off)
CD ROM Drive:Unknown Model Sony DVD Drive

Yeah, there's a lot of unknowns and I'm sorry about that but I'm more focused in other things and I wanted to see if anyone else has had this issue before. I'm sure it may be a blown capacitor or something but still...

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 on: Today at 07:46:46 
Started by deltaware468 - Last post by deltaware468
hello
dark blue screen and split screen issue after installing radeon for 2400g، moterbord b350 msi :bios is updat.
please help me .

 5 
 on: Today at 07:43:29 
Started by jamin280672 - Last post by lyraull
This version fix the low performance in RAM?
Could you post a AIDA TEST with that BIOS?

I hope the B350 GAMING PRO CARBON gets a update soon


Bios in default, only the memory profile at 4366mhz.



 6 
 on: Today at 07:34:54 
Started by jasonaerts - Last post by rbleroy91
Hello,
Where do you see this value? See for example "MSI X470 Gaming M7 AC review from guru3D" where they do not report a so high value?
Do a clear CMOS:
- Unplug the power cord  and wait that all mobo's LED lit off.
- either
  . short JBAT1 during 10s (if you have not a jumper cap, you can use something like a screwdriver but be cautious to touch only the 2 pins of JBAT1),
  . remove the battery cell during 30mn.
- Plug the power cord then power on.
- Load bios default when asked during next start (if not asked, then CMOS has not been cleared, so retry from the beginning).
If problem remains, please, enter in bios setup and do a sceen copy (<F12>). Screenshot of CPU-Z woul be usefull.
Good luck,
:hat tip:

 7 
 on: Today at 06:59:20 
Started by tomas.vytt - Last post by jgswweet
Best I can suggest is flashing an older BIOS via : https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=302638.0

This should allow you to go back to an older BIOS.

The newer BIOS's all seem to be pretty poor. My best guess is that AMD's screwed up their AGESA code pretty badly and it's just causing issues....(just a guess of course)

...that being said, the idle temps in the BIOS seem normal. I saw that temps were registering wrong for some folks in other apps on the new chips. Maybe the temps are wrong? Maybe by a matter of 10c?

 8 
 on: Today at 06:58:43 
Started by intellq - Last post by intellq
Thanks! :)

 9 
 on: Today at 05:49:32 
Started by justenmusik - Last post by justenmusik
Hey.
I need a Unlocked VBios for my Laptop

I7 6700HQ
GTX 970M
8GB Ram
Samsung 960 EVO 250GB
1TB HDD

Thanks :D

 10 
 on: Today at 04:58:36 
Started by jasonaerts - Last post by jasonaerts
X470 Gaming M7 AC motherboard with Ryzen 7 2700x
Set defaults and my Core voltage is at 1.48v? on auto
Whats going on here?

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