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Hi,

I Flashed my BIOS for my ASUS P5E motherboard from the initial BIOS to the 0607 update.
After a successfull Flash and rebooting, the second time I rebooted, the computer would not POST.

Reseting the CMOS (removing and re-inserting the battery) works, and the computer posts, BIOS loads (asks me to press F2 for defult settings), OS loads and computer works fine. However, the next time I reboot, the computer again will not POST. Again it is fixed by simply reseting the CMOS. I've tried this several times (safe mode, normal mode etc.). I get the same pattern:

1. Won't POST
2. Reset CMOS
3. Boots up normally, runs well
4. Reset my computer
5. Won't POST...

Any ideas?
Any other relivent information I need to include?

Thanks,
Noah

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Last Post by CHILL1111
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Hello,

You are not alone my friend. I too have experienced the same problem with the P5N-D Asus motherboard. The only difference between me and you is that I did not update my BIOS. This problem occured for me after restarting my computer after installing a Norton update. Should i try to update the BIOS? I dont believe it will help, but I'm open to any suggestions.

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one advice my friend, never update your bios if your computer is working correctly

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That's great advice, but seeing how my computer won't properly post, I decided to ask. Any other advice on how to solve my problem? Reseting the CMOS everytime is becoming a pain.

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