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identify chip bios

Postby cokiere » 2016-10-16 13:13

Hello
After updating the BIOS on Asus A52JE the laptop doesn,t work. Fan and LED work to shots ( start and stop). So I gonna change the chip BIOS.
Please, Can you help to identify this chip:
I think to be one of these.

Thank you
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Re: identify chip bios

Postby edbarx » 2016-10-16 13:53

So I gonna change the chip BIOS.

That is a very very risky procedure.

If you do NOT know exactly what kind of soldering is used and you are not equipped with the right soldering and desoldering equipment, my take on it, is to abandon this idea altogether. Modern soldering is not repair friendly like legacy soldering that used to melt nicely at a safe temperature that most electronic components tolerated. These days, it is common to find lead free "soldering" that requires a higher temperature to melt (> 200 Celcius) and is much less tolerant to 'unclean' surfaces.

Some motherboards permit you to flash the UEFI or BIOS as soon as they are powered up. This avoids using the BIOS or UEFI if it is damaged allowing a technician to flash the right BIOS or UEFI. Obviously, a combination of keys is to be pressed for this to happen. I remember once I had also to remove the battery for the procedure to work.
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Re: identify chip bios

Postby cokiere » 2016-10-16 15:23

Hi
Thanks fory our replay
I know about the risck. I tried every kind of solution.
I keep push the botton CTRL+HOME but I didn't work.
I've renamed the file with AMIBOOT.BOOT It didn't work.
Yes. I tried to update the bios but probably I did something wrong
After updating The laptop turn off. I tried to turn on but it didn't work.
Can you help me? Please
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Re: identify chip bios

Postby cokiere » 2016-10-16 15:26

Before change the motherboard I gonna fix the chip.
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Re: identify chip bios

Postby bw123 » 2016-10-16 15:45

Some motherboards permit you to flash the UEFI or BIOS as soon as they are powered up.


This is good advice, also removing all ac power and battery, and clear. Either way you decide to go, I think you need to id the motherboard first.

Once it's fixed, it will make a really good linux machine. Not much info found, but keep an eye on these, or edit yourself to help others.

http://tuxmobil.org/asus.html
http://www.linlap.com/asus_a52je
https://wiki.debian.org/InstallingDebianOn/Asus

Good luck!
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Re: identify chip bios

Postby rickman » 2016-10-21 05:36

cokiere wrote:Hello
After updating the BIOS on Asus A52JE the laptop doesn,t work. Fan and LED work to shots ( start and stop). So I gonna change the chip BIOS.
Please, Can you help to identify this chip:
I think to be one of these.

Thank you
see you



Are you able to revert back to old BIOS? if possible please check these sites
https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.p ... older-bios
http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/32245 ... rsion-bios
http://forums.legitreviews.com/viewtopic.php?t=41080
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Re: identify chip bios

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