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gon_7157002e0

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I buy an a68hm-e33 v2 recently and the bios it is not compatible with my gpu Amd radeon r7 360,only with radeon r7 370 and r7 260x,that doesnt let me boot,please can be upload a new bios version?
i cant buy other gpu,the prices are to high with this mining trouble and here in south america is worst
 

Alan J T

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I buy an a68hm-e33 v2 recently and the bios it is not compatible with my gpu Amd radeon r7 360,only with radeon r7 370 and r7 260x,that doesnt let me boot,please can be upload a new bios version?
i cant buy other gpu,the prices are to high with this mining trouble and here in south america is worst
You will need to contact MSI directly https://www.msi.com/support or try one of the BIOS modding forums As that board my be EOL (End Of Life) and chances are no more bios updates.
 

gon_7157002e0

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Need more info.
The card should work.
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Cpu:amd a10 5800k apu
Motherboard: a68hm-e33 v2
Ram:4gb ddr3 1660hz x2(8gb total)
Powersupply: Evga 600w80pluz bronce
Gpu:ati radeon r7 360 2gb ddr5
Ssd:250gb kingston x1
Hdd:none
Fans:2
OS:Win10 home
The pc boots without gpu,if i put the gpu it wont boot,the pc works perfectly without gpu,windows starts and use the integrated graphic
 

gon_7157002e0

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If you go to the a68hm-e33 official msi driver page and then go to compatibility,and then you go to vga(gpu),you'll see every gpu compatibility,there are too many but not the r7 360 gpu,i have a pic of that list,i will try to send it
 

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I don't see any reason it wouldn't be compatible.
I would say that you'd really need to contact MSI to see if they can help you out.
It should work, and that's really all I can say.
 

gon_7157002e0

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I don't see any reason it wouldn't be compatible.
I would say that you'd really need to contact MSI to see if they can help you out.
It should work, and that's really all I can say.
I was thinking you were part of msi support,sorry,i will look what i can do
 

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Sorry, misunderstood your post. Have you tried basic troubleshoot like reinstall VGA, reconnect power cords, BIOS flash and clear CMOS? Also, are you using VGA risers?
 

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The board and the card are both quite old. Did you buy them or either part used? If so have you verified the used part is working at all?
 

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But i have the r7 360
There are the r7 260x and r7 370 but not r7 360,and in the bios version description it says "-improved pci-e compatibility",maybe msi can patch it
Humm can not see this ever happening for a one off Computer due to the cost of doing it in the first place, it would be way cheaper if they sent you a brand new Motherboard and GPU with the CPU and Memory attached than to make a Custom Bios for just a single system.

Patching would take hours of Computer time followed up with Testing on that model board with that model GPU and before they could do that they would most likely have to go and find one and remover from storage or buy the parts if not in storage costing even more in wages and hardware.
 

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The board and the card are both quite old. Did you buy them or either part used? If so have you verified the used part is working at all?
The mother is new and the gpu is old but works perfectly in other pc
When i put the gpu,it doesnt turn on,it just the fans spin for a milisecond and then to boot it again i have to reset bios takeing off the bios batery,the only way to boot it is with the cpu graphics
 

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Humm can not see this ever happening for a one off Computer due to the cost of doing it in the first place, it would be way cheaper if they sent you a brand new Motherboard and GPU with the CPU and Memory attached than to make a Custom Bios for just a single system.

Patching would take hours of Computer time followed up with Testing on that model board with that model GPU and before they could do that they would most likely have to go and find one and remover from storage or buy the parts if not in storage costing even more in wages and hardware.
But my old motherboard was socket fm2 too,and it was older and compatible,the mother was Msi fm2 a75-e35 which is my old mother that i broke,i bought another mother which is this Msi a68 e33 and every component is compatible(ram,cpu,ps,case) and with this components it boot with no problems.But when i connect the gpu,it wont boot and the bios gets deleted , i have to take off the battery to reset it
 

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The mother is new and the gpu is old but works perfectly in other pc
When i put the gpu,it doesnt turn on,it just the fans spin for a milisecond and then to boot it again i have to reset bios takeing off the bios batery,the only way to boot it is with the cpu graphics
Not a lot can be done if it is working on another Motherboard but not the one you have. As the Motherboard you have will not work with that GPU it may be faulty have you tried a different GPU with that mother board. If the Motherboard is faulty can you return it for Replacement.
 

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The board is eol for years are you sure it is brand new or just newly bought?
 
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