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Always load Bios Defaults , save settings, after you flash the bios !
If in doubt about whether you might have made a mistake, load Bios Defaults !
Why did you flash the bios !
Flashing the bios IS NOT A CURE-ALL ! !
It's the riskiest thing you can do with a computer ! The bios can only be flashed a small number of times - the flash chip can even fail physically the FIRST time you try to flash. If the flash chip fails physically, your computer will never boot again with that bios chip ! If the bios chip is not removable, it's usually cheaper to replace the mboard that it to have an expert replace the bios chip !
Bios versions do not suddenly get corrupted!
If everything was fine with the same hardware with the same bios version previously, flashing the bios WILL NOT CURE YOUR PROBLEM !!
NEVER flash your bios unless you find specific info, e.g. in the release notes where the manufacturer lists the bios updates, that mention a specific problem you're having, or unless you must update the bios version to support a cpu you intend to install that the present bios version does not recognize!
If you flashed with a different bios version, you should ALWAYS go into the bios after you have flashed the bios, and load Bios Defaults, save settings, because flashing the bios usually does NOT reload the contents of the Cmos part of the bios, and your bios may not work properly if the Cmos contents do not match the bios version.