Hi not in this case believe me i have tried every option,cmos clearing, battery removal, and more, othing makes a difference, I reckon the bios chip has become corrupt, well at least hat is what gigabyte are saying, the only way out is to have the motherboard flashed by the manufacturer, wwho has the tools to do it. as it is out of warranty its going to be interestig to see the outcome, I think the problem is if you have two drives connected as a raid array, on the silicone image sata ports on this motherboard, and no other drives connected ie ide drives, the new f14c bios update will not run correctly, and fails half way through, leaving the bios unusale, if dual boot facility runs, after bios update failure, and you try again, this maybe i guess, puts the default settings back on the motherboard, and of course, it will not boot into the silicone image raid configuration, as it has been changed by the dual boot bios to default, for some reason, this have upset the bios, and on restart again, it just shows cmos checksum error,on reflection, the way to go would have been if aftre bios update failure, and dual boot runs, on restart, the bios must be accessed immediately, and settings changed to whatever the configuration was present at the time, in my case the bios settings, needed to be changed to the silicone image controller raid array config, and saved before proceeding . so if dual boot runs, then bios must be accessed on the first restsrt, and saved to the configuration of the computer set up. this is a guess, i cannot find any reference to iut in the gigabyte instructions
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