1. We had to go back to the old BIOS.
2. We had to put the old hard disk to the exact same connection.
They didn't want to try updating that BIOS next time!
I have a desktop that I was in mid BIOS upgrade when we had a brown out. Desktop then wouldn't start up or continue to upgrade, so I cleared the CMOS and it took the new BIOS upgrade. Now since then the desktop still wont boot up. Put in my Vista Ultimate disk to see if I can fix the boot sector and its not an option, just wants me to reinstall Vista Ult. Is there a way that I can fix the previous install without having to completely wipe and reinstall Vista on that drive?
The system is mid weight in performance using an ASUS P5Q-SE2 mobo, Q9400 clock, 4 gigs of RAM, 1 gig EVGA 9500GT, and total of 4Tb in hard drives. Built it but not been able to let it run long enough to tweak or max it.