b560m pro-vdh wifi no display after flashing BIOS

rchoglund2126e02a6

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Hey all,

This is a last ditch effort here. I flashed my bios after putting my PC together because it was out of date and didn't properly detect my display (display worked, but didn't recognize it and couldn't change settings with it).

I ran through all the steps on the MSI support page and flashed using a USB drive. Once the flash process concluded, the system restarted like normal, but now I don't have any display output. I'm using the integrated graphics on my processor, so there's no graphics card issue.

Any help or solutions for this? I was hoping I could flash again using a Flashback button, but I don't think this motherboard has that button.

Board: msi b560m pro-vdh wifi
BIOS: E7D18IMS.130
VGA: Integrated graphics Intel i5-11600k
PSU: Cooler Master MWE Gold 750w V2 Fully Modular
CPU: Intel i5-11600k
MEM: 2x8gb Corsair ValueSelect DDR4-2133
HDD/SSD: SanDisk 500gb SSD
COOLER: Cooler Master Hyper 212 evo
OS: Windows 10 64bit Pro
 
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Svet

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What EZ Debug led shows when you can't boot?
List system specs, see >>Posting Guide<<
Which bios version you have flashed? and how? [M-flash?]
 

rchoglund2126e02a6

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What EZ Debug led shows when you can't boot?
List system specs, see >>Posting Guide<<
Which bios version you have flashed? and how? [M-flash?]
Sorry for missing the posting guidelines. I don't think any debug lights were on, but I'll check again as soon as I get the chance. I edited my post to include the other information. When you ask how did I flash, I downloaded the latest BIOS from MSI for my mobo to a FAT32 USB drive. I entered BIOS and went to the flash bios option in the bottom left. I selected the BIOS file I had downloaded and proceeded with flashing.
 

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Can you try with 1 memory stick only [in recommended DIMM slot]
or with a different memory stick if needs?
Also do >>Clear CMOS Guide<< with power cord removed and retest
 

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Hi. I have the same problem. My motherboard msi b560m pro-vdh wifi have dead when I try to update my BIOS. This happen when install E7D18IMS.130 update. In my opinion is bricked. The main question is whether it is possible to flash the BIOS in a similar way that "Flash BIOS button" in this case. If this is possible, how should we do it? Or is it only possible with an eeprom programmer?
Excuse me for my little english, thanks.
 

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@ppjofr156502d9
If you have some issue, please open new own topic.
Don't hijack other people topics with own issues.
 

rchoglund2126e02a6

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Can you try with 1 memory stick only [in recommended DIMM slot]
or with a different memory stick if needs?
Also do >>Clear CMOS Guide<< with power cord removed and retest
I tried a different stick of RAM in each slot, and removed the CMOS battery while basically rebuilding the entire PC. I ended up exchanging the board. I think the issue is I fiddled with the XMP settings before flashing the BIOS and it caused an error during that process.
 
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