Ok, just update the bios, when it's done and your machine reboots press delete or whatever key it is to get into your bios and find the memory timings and then set The Command Rate to 2T. I'll get the manual for your mobo and I'll then post how to change that setting.
Well I click the update bios button. and it tells me to choose a file.. and with the files it only accepts ROM files. and the only ROM file I could find was in program files>biostar>bioscreen and was called Temp.ROM
I used that file, and it rewrote the flash etc on the loading screen.. then rebooted the computer. So I assume it's updated
so is the issue with the computer that the drivers aren't compatible with windows 7... or something else related to having windows 7 as an operating system? Because my Windows 7 is only a trial that came with the computer (in German). And if it's the problem then I'll just swap over for a different operating system such as xp or vista. Gonna have to eventuially
To me it looks like a memory timing issue. Not having a command rate setting in the bios means we cant set 2T. In the bios can you go into power configuration and set acpi to version 2. In the memory config can you set mem clock mode to manual and then set Mem Clock value to 1333. See if that unlock the Cmmand rate setting.
Found the bios it's BIOSTAR :: N68S3B :: BIOS Get the .BSS file and then use the flasher to flash that. Not happy with biostar support, took an age to get back to me and when they did were utterly useless. Flash that bios and see if you get the CR option in the bios. If not I have an idea how to change it, but it's not the simplest or most elegant of ideas.