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DH87RL - no bios recover working

DHier
Beginner
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Hi Community

Just received a DH87RL. I did build a System mSATA SSD; system did boot/BIOS splash visible.

Install pve Linux 2.6 on mSata with KVM work fine for me a few days. (perfect Motherboard)

But system restarts after shutdown every Time. Only pressing Powerbutton while BIOS splash visible stops rebooting.

I start update BIOS (http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/cs-030144.htm http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/cs-030144.htm) to latest BIOS, RL0324.bio with 4GB USB-Stick.

 

While select the .BIO file and press Enter, short Flash on HDMI-Screen and System is down.

System did not boot again, no BIOS/BIOS splash visible over HDMI or DVI.

  1. I follow Instructions for Recovery BIOS Update (http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/cs-023360.htm http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/cs-023360.htm) with USB or CD-ROM (Point 7. not visible for my).
  2. Maximal 4 Beeps on pressing PowerButton at Power on is working and Shutdown the System. Pressing PowerButton while waiting for 3 Beeps but no Bootscreen visible. Nothing happens on pressing F2, F9...

 

No Error Beep Codes on Systemstart.

 

No led flashing on USB-Keybord.

System is not Booting over Bootable USB-Stick, mSSD-HD, SATA-HD, SATA-BD or pxe Netboot-Server.

Are there any other solutions to update/recover Bios?

best regads

Dirk

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Jose_H_Intel1
Employee
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Hi Dirk, you may try removing the power and CMOS battery for half hour and then try a BIOS recovery. However, if you do not get the expected beep codes (without RAM) I believe the chances are not good.

May I ask what the previous BIOS version was? It is highly recommended to update the BIOS incrementally.

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