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    It would be surprising as it is brand new too. Let's hope it is not

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    Actually, the printer circuit board was slightly damaged (even if there was no visible damage). When placing the motherboard into the PC, the back of the motherboard was probably damaged by the screw threads behind. I had to push a bit to insert the motherboard into the PC before screwing it, whereas there should be no resistance. (I had to do this because my motherboard backplate was not correctly clipped on the PC)
    with this mistake II learnt that if it a component is a bit hard to install, never push too much.. Things have to get inserted smoothly, otherwise there is a problem and risk of damage.
    Thanks for the assistance and advice.

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    flashback with USB bios helped

    Hi guys,

    just flashingback bios using USB helped me.
    Had same issue.

    Cheers

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