Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Troubleshoot The A7n8x

If your computer is experiencing problems, the root cause may lie with your motherboard. Generally, problems occur with the Asus A7N8X motherboard when the BIOS file is corrupted due to a virus or user error. Fortunately, to fix any problem that is occurring, all you need to do is update the BIOS file -- this process will replace and repair any missing files.


1. Go to support.asus.com and type in A7N8X in the search box. Click the "Search" button, indicated by a magnifying glass icon.

2. Click "Download" beneath "A7N8X."

3. Select your operating system from the drop-down menu.

4. Click the "+" icon next to "BIOS." A new list will appear of all the BIOSs available for you A7N8X. Click "Global DLM" to download it to your computer.

5. Right-click the downloaded file and select "Extract." Wait for the file to be completely extracted -- this should only take a few seconds. Note the name of the BIN file (including extension).

6. Copy the BIN file to either a CD or a floppy disk.

7. Restart your computer with the CD or floppy disk still in the proper drive. Hold down "F2" and "Alt" to bring up the BIOS screen.

8. Type in the name of your BIN file. Press "Enter." A prompt will ask you if you want to save the previous BIOS file. Press "Y" to save the file.

9. Name the old BIOS file, then press "Y" again. Press "Y" at the next prompt, then press "Enter" to begin updating your A7N8X BIOS.

10. Restart your computer when the BIOS is finished updating.

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