Bios.....schmios.......viros........? I attempted to update the BIOS of my Intel DG965WHMK motherboard using Intel's executable update file. This was the run from within Windows .exe file. The update utility ran "correctly" inside Windows. Things were proceeding nicely when at about line 7 of the command line display, a big "failed" appeared. Now all I get on boot is the BIOS splash screen, then a blank screen with "E7" in the lower right corner. Intel offers 4 ways (files) to update/recover a BIOS So far I have tried to recover the BIOS with an .ISO file CD. (burned with Nero as an image) and a BIOS file burned to CD with the BIOS recovery jumper removed. (again as per Intel's instructions). And yes, I certainly did try removing an replacing the CMOS battery. I have already removed all the HDDs, and the video card (7600GT) in an attempt to stimulate the BIOS auto configuration. This should have reset the board to onboard graphicss and "configure SATA as IDE. (It did, obviously since I can see the splash screen). With the video card installed the screen display was almost pure blue. I seem to have access to the BIOS configuration screen now, but to no avail. I realize that this "update" may have trashed the EPROM. Anyway post back if you have any ideas or if you believe, (as I do), that this was fairly rude on Intel's part, a fully destructive update!