I have problem with my PC, BIOS reset/flashed out every time
when computer ON after shutdown. When restart no problem only when I shutdown
PC and try to start first It could not start right way wait 2-3 minutes try
BIOS flashed out/reset every time again
change setting. I tried everything possibilities like check memory, CPU, Graphics card and others
devices but failed to figure out problem may be problem in board. Please help
me if I replace board which is compatible for i7 detail is given below:
MotherBoard – DELL INC, Chipset – Intel X58, Product – 0R849J
Processor – Intel(R) Core(TN) i7 CPU 920 @ 2.67 GHZ
Memory – 10 GB DDR3
OS – Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
Have you tried contacting Dell support.They should have a better idea as to what is causing this problem.
Have you tried downloading the latest bios/firmware for your computer?You can look for your system specific updates on the Dell website.
First , you do not want to update a Dell Board with a Intel BIOS they are different Dell writes there own BIOS. you could Brick your board by running a Intel BIOS on a Dell Board .
Thanks for update. Please guide me how i fix my problem. how i change BIOS Dell to Intel i tried find BIOS software for this board but there was no BIOS provided by Intel for Intel X58 board.
i know that i am waiting for update but still no update bios released by dell. i always turn on my pc. I also checked my Dell PC check it shows no problem found. i thought overheating problem and i cleaned fan, heatsink and replaced BIOS battery also but still problem i could not understand why BIOS flash after shutdown.
This might be a bit late. But if in future, anyone has this similar problem, hope this will help.
The motherboard stores all BIOS and Time in the motherboard, which is powered by a CMOS battery. If the battery is dead, then every time you power off, all the settings are lost. Replacing the CMOS battery would solve this problem. Check if system time is also getting reset or being messed up after a complete shut down and power off. If it is, then it is definitely a dead CMOS battery.