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After updating bios cmos checksum bad

Since it's booting and allowing access to the bios reflashing using the dos method and a floppy drive may be the solution.

I built my computer in 2009 with a 790FX-Gd70 board and 2x2GB sticks of G. Usually the first time booting it will get to that first windows screen and any time I boot afterwards without resetting CMOS, it won't post.

I've tried to add RAM several times over the last year or so from a variety of different manufacturers and its always the same problem.

I was able to flash the BIOS successfully using an SD card, but the machine hasn't been bootable since.

I've tried just about everything in my bag of tricks, including the following: Eventual solution: replace the motherboard.

Enter "south america" and "chess" and you'll get back words like "checkuador". It uses the Datamuse API to find related words, and then finds combinations of these words that pair well together phonetically.

Note: The algorithm tries reconstruct a spelling for the new word after generating its pronunciation, and sometimes this spelling isn't quite right.

I replaced it with the ASUS P7P55-M, and everything's humming along nicely now (albeit a small incompatibility between the front panel output on the Gateway chassis and the pins on the ASUS board).