Boot Loop of 10s after updating BIOS

eugenez

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My Machine:
Windows 10 64 bit
Intel® Core™ i5-6500 3.2GHz 6MB LGA1151 BX80662I56500SR2BX
Kingston 16GB 2133MHz DDR4 CL13 DIMM HyperX Savage KIT OF 2 HX421C13SBK2/16
Gigabyte GeForce GTX970 4GB GDDR5 PCIE GV-N970IX-4GD
Arctic Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2 Intel/AMD K0909/ DCACO-FP701-CSA01
Asus B150MPROGAMING
Thermaltake ATX 2.3 Smart SE 80+ 530W SPS-530MPCBEU

I did check all my components and they all function properly, for example when I took both ram sticks my PC stopped boot-looping and started beeping which indicated correctly for missing ram I took out for the test until I forcefully turned it off with a power button.

I tried CMOS battery removal various times with up to +1hour removal as well as the 2pin reset so it won't help as it can't due to my bios being the newest version and CMOS battery and 2 pins do not revert/downgrade but simply reset the basic time/date etc.

My questions are:

  • Is my motherboard dead and has to be replaced or I can still fix it?

  • Want to give a try to make a usb with downgraded/older version bios but don't know how as didn't found a detailed up to date tutorial/video with all required files.

  • Maybe there is another button I missed like Delete f2,f8,f12 TAB which could get me somewhere in that 10s frame time? Do I spam the button or press and hold at boot?
Thanks for any help in advance!
Eugene
 

Codtay56

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Spam the delete and f2 button to get into bios. Flashing them is pretty easy from there on. Just make sure you get the right bios b
 

Codtay56

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Aug 17, 2016
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Spam the delete and f2 button to get into bios. Flashing them is pretty easy from there on. Just make sure you get the right bios b
 

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