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Hi Everyone,
I was trying to do a BIOS Update on my server computer because I had bought a new CPU and it required a BIOS Update in order to run, but somehow during the flash it corrupted itself and now the computer won't POST.
My Question Is: How do I flash a new BIOS onto it without being able to POST?

Any Help Is Appreciated,
-CaptainDiabeto

PC SPECS:
Intel Xeon X5675
MSI x58 PRO-E
24 GB Of DDR3-1333 Mhz RAM (6x4 GB)
Nvidia GeForce GT 630 (2GB VRAM DDR3)
Corsair CX750M (750 Watt)

NOTE: I did the CMOS trick where you take it out and wait 10 minutes before putting back in and it didn't fix it
 
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My Question Is: How do I flash a new BIOS onto it without being able to POST?
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A technician with an appropriate PROM burner can directly program the BIOS EEPROM. It probably won't be cheap and if you can't find a shop with the right tools and expertise they may have to remove the PROM to do it, adding to the expense. It's really only a consideration if this 'server' motherboard is a high (enough) value item.
 
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My Question Is: How do I flash a new BIOS onto it without being able to POST?
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A technician with an appropriate PROM burner can directly program the BIOS EEPROM. It probably won't be cheap and if you can't find a shop with the right tools and expertise they may have to remove the PROM to do it, adding to the expense. It's really only a consideration if this 'server' motherboard is a high (enough) value item.
 
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