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    BIOS error code 5555 and 0162

    Whenever I am starting the computer system I am getting the message something like 5555 CPU BIOS code update mismatch and the other one is 0162 equipment error. To be true I am not having any idea related to these errors. It is not that my computer system is not starting at all but the problem is that the computer system starts very slow. So in short I need help get rid of these errors.

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    Re: BIOS error code 5555 and 0162

    "5555 code offset upgrade bios cpu" The pc just enough time to find the barrette memory, and I did not even "white page with writing on are black," I lower a message telling me to press F1 to enter the Configuration Utility, so I thought surely the bios, but I press F1 nothing happens. I do not know how to get into the bios at startup; it'll have little to be able to settle the problem. I try to exchange the cd, without success, it does the same.

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    Re: BIOS error code 5555 and 0162

    Either motherboard or cpu or poorly flashed bios. This error message 5555 which basically says that the computer is dead? I mean the cpu or the bios, in short it irrecoverable. I hope this will help you to solve the problem that you are facing, if you have any other related issue then let me know about that. I will try to resolve that issue as soon as possible.

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    Re: BIOS error code 5555 and 0162

    You can also try removing the battery from the pc for 1 to 2 minutes (CLEARCMOS), presents and restarts. From the little I have found, or your cpu is crap, is your bios was flashed wrong in these cases, you have only one solution: change not terribly sorry for you because you cpu or motherboard will not find in nine of beings. I am sure that this will solve your problem.

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    Re: BIOS error code 5555 and 0162

    Well, I try to remove the battery, there's nothing better, so as you said, cpu or motherboard, or bad bios flash, so I get what he had to retrieve PC (power supply, hard strips), and I throw the rest, that's sad end. Thank you anyway, (anyway, I feel that I will have a subject, because I have a concern with another computer system that I just getting in a month or two.

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    Re: BIOS error code 5555 and 0162

    I have a PC that crashes at startup: When you open it disconnects immediately. I plug the SD on a laptop thanks to an external box and I could access the files. Is it the CPU or motherboard that would be involved? PC IBM ThinkPad Windows XP Pro FW Intel 82801 if anyone can help me know that itís done and must move in a pro to replace the piece?

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    Re: BIOS error code 5555 and 0162

    I do not know if the fact of opening the tower will not transfer the warranty (if available), but good Ä 300 is theft! Normally another PSU will fit over and finally for the test anyway. If it does boot, you will know where it comes. If it does not boot as a new system, especially as for $400, you can get a new PC that will surely be more efficient than the one you have currently.

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