I thought it could be memory as I had a lot of problems getting the timings etc right for this build about a year and a half ago. Only LightScribe media has this special coating and as mentioned before, this makes Lightscribe media more expensive. Do later BIOS’s provide such option? The time now is The fact that it didn’t recover from the hard drive indicates there was no BIOS image there. I just want a procedure in place to handle this if it happens again as the board doesn’t seem to do what it is supposed to do, or it is very flaky in the least in doing it. Should I load optmized defaults now or has that kind of already been done as part of the recovery process.
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But in a very competitive market, can it even compete these days?
This can be caused by power outages, or incorrect BIOS settings for your hardware, and of 2014lih bad flashes or anything along those lines. It is actually pretty impressive to see and you can make some interesting labels but it does take quite a bit of time and the media is more expensive.
Looks like the BIOS is gone or corrupted or something.
My programs are crashing any help?
I did not even get to put the cd in the drive. Copyright c Tweak Town Pty Ltd. Fallback procedure is to use motherboard CD doesn’t always work from what I’ve readand as a last resort the unbrick it procedure doesn’t always work either.
Testing Methodology – 6: Anyway, it hung today and needed reset holding down power button.
ASUS DRW-2014L1T DVD±/RW DRIVE with LightScribe Review
Swapped memory modules around, tried booting with just a single memory modeule tried each onesame result. Want to know why? Tried a few things but basically haven’t finished diagnosing yet. LightScribe labels burn in concentric circles, moving outward from the center of the disc.
Is the BIOS image supposed to be written to the hard drive by default? I suppose that the dye on the disc will color darker equal to the times you burn the picture s on it.
I’m happy to be back up but assus are asis some questions unanswered. Is the BIOS supposed to be stored on the hard drive by default, or is there some setting to make that happen. Audio-CD Testing – 8: Then there is the question as to why the BIOS got corrupted or wiped, very bad.
The fact that it didn’t recover from the hard drive indicates there was no BIOS image there. LightScribe Burning – Or does the fact that it doesn’t boot from the backup BIOS indicate the motherboard is dead.
It did eventually, for no apparrent reason, pot luck I guess. Although it takes longer, this is the mode to used for a full-disc image. No other peripherals connected, except the monitor ofcourse. Machine dgw fine for well over 12 months and it gets hammered, lot’s of intense gaming.
Then again, if the board is dead then it’s dead I guess. I also have a machine with EXDS4 mobo and that machine is much more critical.
Do later BIOS’s provide such option? I’m asis to be very hesitant to do anything with this machine srw now on, including updating the BIOS. I did have memory problems when I built this machine May The machine has been turned off for an hour or two while I’ve been researching this. Should I load optmized defaults now or has that kind of already been done as part of the recovery process.
I had the drive disconnected at the time it recovered. With laser precision, the drive renders the text and images ddrw you created for the label.