Remove the motherboard from power and disconnect it from your rig. After that, plug the CMOS battery back in and follow these guides: Booting a Rig without a Power Button and Initial Setup.
If the issue is unresolved, proceed with the below guides: IF YOU SUSPECT THAT YOUR MOTHERBOARD IS FAULTY, DO NOT SWAP IN OTHER COMPONENTS INTO THE NON-WORKING RIG IN THE HOPES THAT IT WILL WORK, SWAP YOUR MOTHERBOARD INTO ANOTHER WORKING RIG!
One of the most common ways to update -- or "flash" -- the BIOS is to use a standard USB flash drive. Download the update for your BIOS from the manufacturer's website.
Copy the BIOS update file on to the USB flash drive.
It is recommended to assign static IPs based on mac addresses on your router.
However, you can also set a static IP on linux itself: eth OS automatically assigns a 6-character panel ID based on a hash of your external IP address.
Short for "basic input and output system," the BIOS is the main program on your computer and it needs updating now and then to ensure that your machine functions correctly.
If the computer manufacturer releases an updated BIOS, you'll need to flash the BIOS on your PC to update it.
At the same time, make a note of the exact name and extension of the update file.
Do not remove the USB flash drive from your computer. Press the key required by your computer to enter the BIOS, usually the F2 or another function key.
Press this key immediately as your computer powers on. Change hardware listed under Primary Boot Device to your attached USB flash drive.