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Hi all 

I think I bricked the bios of my pc motherboard.  Because after an update the systems doesn't boot anymore, doesn't boot in bios too, and mouse and keyboard doesn't turn on when connected to the Motherboard. 

 

Imho I have two options 

One: buy a new chip already done with latest bios already installed on it 

Two: I think to buy a chip and a cheap  USB programmer to do it myself 

 

Obviously I'm going to the second option so found some problem. 

When I'm searching the same chip I have (25q32fvaiq) i find only similar eg. 25q32fvsig  or others are compatible too? There is a particular chip more indicated or more quality? 

 

The motherboard is asrock 970 pro3 r2.0 

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1 hour ago, King. said:

Hi all 

I think I bricked the bios of my pc motherboard.  Because after an update the systems doesn't boot anymore, doesn't boot in bios too, and mouse and keyboard doesn't turn on when connected to the Motherboard. 

 

Imho I have two options 

One: buy a new chip already done with latest bios already installed on it 

Two: I think to buy a chip and a cheap  USB programmer to do it myself 

 

Obviously I'm going to the second option so found some problem. 

When I'm searching the same chip I have (25q32fvaiq) i find only similar eg. 25q32fvsig  or others are compatible too? There is a particular chip more indicated or more quality? 

 

The motherboard is asrock 970 pro3 r2.0 

I think you've either wandered into the wrong forum or are advertising motherboards. Which is it?

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You don't use Arduino, raspberry and other? I saw posts where someone flash dip-8 chips. I was thinking someone here knows chips and can help me to choose the right one for my scope. 

Sorry for my English 

 

Edit

If I'm wrong and it's not the right forum I ask sorry 

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