ASrock Fatal1ty X370 Gaming ITX Bios update failed, no output

Hello guys,
I'm panicking rn because i was just updating the BIOS of my dad's PC (through Windows, what probably was the problem) it finished 100% and i rebooted the pc and since then I cant get it to Output anything. I tried resetting the CMOS with the Jumper. Is there any way i can flash a non damaged Bios on there or what else can i do.


CPU: Ryzen 1600X
RAM: 1x 16 GB Corsair Value select
GPU: Nvidea Geforce 275

Thanks in Advantage
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  1. If your BIOS has been corrupted you most likely need to get the BIOS chip replaced as I don't think that mobo has a dual BIOS.
    Always update BIOS from within BIOS, not from Windows. Same thing happened to me when I build my system 4-5 months ago, luckily for me i have a mobo with dual BIOS and was thus able to recover from the backup BIOS.
    Reply to Kasper Jorgensen
  2. cxtutor said:
    Hello guys,
    I'm panicking rn because i was just updating the BIOS of my dad's PC (through Windows, what probably was the problem) it finished 100% and i rebooted the pc and since then I cant get it to Output anything. I tried resetting the CMOS with the Jumper. Is there any way i can flash a non damaged Bios on there or what else can i do.


    CPU: Ryzen 1600X
    RAM: 1x 16 GB Corsair Value select
    GPU: Nvidea Geforce 275

    Thanks in Advantage


    Hi,
    I suggest RMA-ing the board.
    Reply to alexoiu
  3. So pretty much just sent it back?
    Reply to cxtutor
  4. cxtutor said:
    So pretty much just sent it back?


    Yes. Open a RMA ticket.
    Reply to Kasper Jorgensen
  5. I had the same thing happen with the ASrock AB350 Gaming K4. I contacted ASrock support and they suggested resetting the bios by unplugging power, removing the chip, and set the reset switch for 5 minutes. They said if that didn't work, return the board. It didn't work so I returned the board. I guess the lesson is to not update BIOS in Windows.
    Reply to mowston
  6. cxtutor said:
    Hello guys,
    I'm panicking rn because i was just updating the BIOS of my dad's PC (through Windows, what probably was the problem) it finished 100% and i rebooted the pc and since then I cant get it to Output anything. I tried resetting the CMOS with the Jumper. Is there any way i can flash a non damaged Bios on there or what else can i do.


    CPU: Ryzen 1600X
    RAM: 1x 16 GB Corsair Value select
    GPU: Nvidea Geforce 275

    Thanks in Advantage


    I have gaming k4 MB, came with bios P1.50
    I created a bootable usb disk (FreeDOS 1.2 lite) with bios updates 3.10 (dos exe) & 3.30 (rom)
    - download fd12bu.img.7z archive & extract
    - write img file to a usb flash disk (overwrites everything on it !) with:
    sudo dd bs=1M if=fd12bu.img of=/dev/sdb status=progress
    where /dev/sdb is your usb device (not sdb1 or sdb2)
    - update 3.10 (dos exe) & 3.30 (rom) files on usb disk with your MB bios updates
    - boot from usb disk
    - on freedos install prompt, say no to drop to dos shell
    - run dos update.exe for your MB
    on reboot your MB will have new bios & instant flash menu with which you can update to latest
    tested & worked on gaming k4.
    my $.02
    Reply to rasengan
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