You can find the latest bios here: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/22828/BIOS-Update-GAZ7711H-86A-?product=63247 https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/22828/BIOS-Update-GAZ7711H-86A-?product=63247
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3 short beeps indicates a memory problem.
Try memory that is known to be good. Or, if you have multiple sticks of memory on your board, try one at a time to eliminate the bad stick.
To further explain, you cannot take a dump from one board and use it on another. The firmware image contains board-specific branding information and other things like MAC address.
Three beeps mean BIOS cannot initialize memory. This could be result of incorrect memory settings. Have you tried booting with BackToBIOS button engaged?
The motherboard gave in three service centers. Result is the same.
If there is nothing to sew, then why are these motherboards needed? If the fake is Chinese, lutche than intel
Thank you for contacting the Intel community.
That is correct; Intel does not provide .BIN BIOS files.
In this case, if you get three beeps this means there is a memory issue with this board, I suggest taking Al Hill suggestions or N. Scott Pearson's.
At this point, if your motherboard is still under warranty you can get a replacement for the motherboard, please bear in mind that Intel provides 3 years warranty from the moment you make the purchase.
http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/contact-support.html# @0 Contact Support
As was mentioned, there is no repair capability in Russia or anywhere else. If your board was purchased new, from a legitimate vendor, and the board is still under warranty (i.e. you have owned it for less than 3 years), you may send it back to Intel and they will replace it with a tested, working board. If your warranty is expired or you purchased this board used, then you have no recourse and will need to replace it at your own expense.
To contact Intel regarding a warranty replacement, consult this page for contact information: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/contact-support/emea-contact.html Intel Customer Support Contact Information for Europe, Middle East and Africa. I personally recommend that you call the local number there in Russia and discuss this with them directly.
If you talk to your local support group in Russia they should be able to help you with the replacement if it is still under the three years warranty.
I hope you can get a replacement for the unit.