Yes, my password is: You may have to ship it back to the manufacture. Like it will do this if – and that if Now boot the computer with the bootable floppy. Sorry for bringing an old topic back, but i need help! Give it a shot.

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If you have a real Windows CD not a recovery disc you could run a drive scrubber type utility on the drive. Posted January 27, edited.

The lower 2 pins are connected to “enable” bios flashing. Gateways site is all messed up for your PC.

It’s still behaving the same as it did before the recap: Windows audio service is working and realtek is enabled. Already have an account? This light is the only thing that comes on and flashes continuously even after I disconnect the power cord.


That’s a tricky feature. Do you already have an account?

A real floppy – not a USB type. Find More Posts by bgavin.

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auvsburg I have found your model on the Sony website but as to this motherboard I can’t seem to find it. It’s 32bit xp btw. Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled.

No, create an account now. Definitely get a cheap Prescott Celeron D 3xx series processor and a cheap LGA heatsink not the newer Celeron D 4xx series processors as a cheap test processor.

Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. The time now is As pretentious as it is The EPROM is a computer chip which contains simple instructions required for the most basic of computing functions – it tells your motherboard how to boot, self-checking functions, and hardware default settings among other things. Use a fresh floppy disk. There is another green light close to the power connector at the back of the desktop that also flashes in synch with the internal one.


You may have to bite the bullet and phone sony to fix it or you could try downloading a bios from the link I gave you earlier. The rule of thumb with updating BIOS is “if it ain’t broke – don’t fix it. Started by MJan 11 The box in this thread can’t get that far. Posted November 7, Could you please confirm the model. These six pins are pulled up to an internal reference, providing a Logic 1 if left open. Again, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

Give it a shot. You should never flash the BIOS unless it is stop instabilty or something like that. How old is the PC?