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❞ It may depend on the board, or maybe if the OP sees this he might know why but if you have a dual BIOS board and method 3 didn't work for you and you're out of options, try it again but keep holding pins 1 and 6 with a steady hand for at least ten seconds after the initial beep, see if that doesn't do it for you. Hi guys, I've a dead z97x-gaming5 don't ask how, I was silly but I am 99% sure I've corrupted the bios or motherboard but nothing else. this happens: Board powers on a single click heard really low volume from buzzer, powers off.

powers on, a single click heard, waits a second, 2nd click heard (I think it switches bios at that moment), it beeps (Posts normally), Screen comes on I see the single enter text line (that I always see, so it is normal) than it should boot into UEFI (will show OC Failed or Gigabyte Image) it shuts down and this repeats.

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I know the hardware works, because everything runs fine on Ubuntu live CD (old kernel 2.6) as well as my Windows 7 boot.

I also tried booting off my old Arch hard drive and it throws the same usb errors above. Is there a way I can attempt to install with an older kernel, say 3.6?

It clearly seems to be an issue with the Gigabyte hardware. I have heard of Gigabyte not playing well with Linux at times, downright denouncing support another time. Can you try another keyboard maybe even with a ps/2 connection if you motherboard still has one?

Check your BIOS settings and enable or disable usb legacy support.

What finally did it for me was when I stopped paying attention to the specific instruction of letting go of the pins when the power ON single beep is heard : on my board (a GA-H97-D3H) I had to KEEP HOLDING THE TWO PINS FOR 510 SECONDS after the initial beep before being rewarded with this pop-up message on my display : ❝ ====== DUALBIOS ====== The main BIOS is corrupted.

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