Community
cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
SEl_F
Beginner
1,617 Views

DH61WW No display after BIOS update

Hello everyone,

I have an old desktop that i decided to upgrade so it could be put into good use.

I checked the specs and so on.

i5 and 4Gb ram 1TB hdd Windows 10

Then i decided to get an ASUS R7 240

When i plugged it in, no display was showing

So i assumed it must be the Motherboard. The motherboard is Intel desktop board DH61WW

The psu is a ccivo 500w (24A for the 12V rail)

Therefore i started updating the BIOS from 0016 to 0048 as it is showing in this link

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/23393/BIOS-Update-BEH6110H-86A Download BIOS Update [BEH6110H.86A]

However i faced a problem something related to the Intel ME needs to be updated from 7.x to 8.x

After researching it turned out alot of people were impatient and they updated the BIOS to 0099 and then the pc would not boot, afterwards they flashed the 109 and everything was fine.

So i did the same, updated to 0099, and now my pc would not display at all.

The problem is, to access the BIOS recovery, i need to remove the Jumper which is in 1-2 position (normal position) to access the recovery.

When i remove it, still nothing shows up on the display, and i cannot flash the 109 now

I need to fix it, could it be my monitor?! (Viewsonic VX-2270SMH)

i followed the steps from this forum also

Flashing BIOS was way easier on my ASUS MAXIMUS VII HERO, but this intel board with the jumper and so on, i dont know what to do

Would Appreciate your help

I read on this thread that he can access the BIOs by pressing F2, should i try that even if nothing shows on screen while normal booting?!

 

Merry Christmas

0 Kudos
1 Reply
Miguel_C_Old
Employee
287 Views

Hi Satfoun,

Try to install again BIOS version 99 with Recovery option. It is necessary to download and keep the file name BE0099.BIO https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/22413/BIOS-Update-BEH6110H-86A- Download BIOS Update [BEH6110H.86A]

 

in the root of a USB drive.

Then, remove the BIOS jumper from the motherboard, plug the USB drive to a black USB port of the back panel of the board, turn the system on and wait from 3 to 5 minutes. The process is automatic, it is not necessary to press any key.

It is recommended to use minimum configuration: motherboard, cpu with embedded graphics, 1 memory stick and power supply.

If you want to get into the BIOS using the maintenance mode, BIOS jumper needs to join pins 2 and 3.

Regards,

 

Mike C
Reply