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My issue is, while trying to update my chipset driver for my Gigabyte GA-M61PME-S2 motherboard.I downloaded the new driver file, started install, it required I delete the current ones, and the install continued(at least I assume it installed the new ones), and requested I restart the computer. From what I see on this page, I can download an INF driver which should update my chipset. The 15 and 14 series are mixed in on that same download page.When I started the installer it told me to check if my chipset is supported. I have exactly the same hardware and know the link for the latest version of it: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/55005/Intel-Rapid-Storage-Technology-Intel-RST- The drivers you're looking for are the . You will always want a 14 series driver as the 15 is for newer hardware.When it came time to start back up, nothing happened, the computer lay dead.I hit the power switch, a few times, unplugged the main power, checked the surge protector, tried a hard reboot, nothing helped, and the computers still won't come on.Yea all I did was download the chipset driver, and then install it.
Please remove the hard drive from the computer and start the system.
The driver cannot cause this because no drivers or anything are loaded for the first 5-10 seconds of the boot process, the board will only start to load files to start Windows after those 5-10 seconds.
Removing the battery will cause a full reset of the BIOS settings.
From some posts I've seen on the webs, not from this site, I've seen that it may be possible, to perform a "reboot" of the motherboard physically by removing the watch battery on the motherboard and playing with some jumper(? That was a post I read for a BIOS reboot, but I'm assuming that would give me a manufacturer reboot completely.
If anyone can help me get my computer back online and possibly tell me what I did wrong, that would be aweosme.