This could be a simple issue or major trouble. I suggest that you first unplug the system (from the wall) and remove the CR2032 battery from the board for 15 minutes. This may get it going. If it doesn't, try reinstalling this same BIOS, but do so via the recovery method...
Review this article for information on the BIOS recovery process: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/boards-and-kits/000005630.html?wapkw=bios+recovery Recovery BIOS Update Instructions for Intel Desktop Boards.
There is no "recovery" BIOS, per se. Here are the instructions to follow:
The system should proceed to load the updated BIOS and install it. You should see its progress detailed on-screen (just as it would during a normal BIOS update). When it is complete, you will see a message telling you to power off and replace the jumper. Do so. When you power back up (hopefully without seeing the AA error), use F2 to enter BIOS Setup and then F9 to restore BIOS configuration defaults. You can then customize the configuration as necessary for your peripherals and OS.
If your screen remains blank the and BIOS recovery does not seem to start, wait at least 15 minutes before giving up and powering the system off.
If the process failed to work or the AA error remains, you may be out of luck. Under normal circumstances, if the AA number is lost, this is not something that can be fixed in the field. Special tools (only available inside Intel) are necessary to restore it.
No, there is no way to do a "backup" like this. An image of the flash would contain system-specific information -- MAC address, Board's Serial Number, etc. that you (similarly) would not be able to change (because of the BIOS security in place). Two systems should not share a MAC address or Serial Number...
Usually, corruption of the flash, serious enough to wipe out the AA number, is the result of an aborted flash update (people are told not to power off during an update for good reason). I am not saying that you did anything wrong; what I am saying is that there is usually no recovery from this state. Your only hope may be in having this board replaced by Intel - presuming that it was purchased legitimately and is within the 3 year warranty period...
The older a board is, the more chance that there could be an incompatibility issues with newer video cards. I am disappointed that one this recent could be having this issue, but there have been a couple of reports of issues with these cards and other 7 Series boards. In some cases -- unfortunately not you with this AA error -- you can ignore the issue and still boot into Windows and use the card (you just cannot enter BIOS setup with this incompatibility). In other cases, this card is simply incompatible and there is nothing you can do about it (other than update to the latest available BIOS and hope that this resolves the incompatibility)...
Sorry I didn't have better news...
Are you talking about the picture now attached to the original posting? According to this picture, you do not have an AA error. The strings that are supposed to be there are there. So what is your problem?
I upload 3 pic
One pic at power on pc (aa number error .will use enter to skip that )
Tow pic at bios option f2 key ( haven't desktop board option )
TREE PIC at windows (when want install driver cd dp this error )
and my Lan and sound don't work and vga have problem
Can fix this problem ?
Use F2 to enter BIOS Setup. Then, use F9 and then Y to reset the board's configuration to defaults. Then, scroll down and select "Additional System Information". Take a picture of what's on the screen. Now scroll down to the bottom of the scene. Take another picture. include these pictures in your response.
This system has its Board Information incorrectly placed into its System Information structure. It is also missing its MAC address. I am afraid you are not going to be successful doing anything with it...
ali6344, this an issue related to the BIOS and chipset, normally we would replace the motherboard, but in this case this product is End of Interactive Support and unfortunately, there is no warranty for this.