VIA denies another bug in the KT133A
VIA has now reported on the new bug that Chip Online and MSI found in the KT133A. VIA denied to The Inquirer that the error was to be found in the chip, that it was rather a matter of incorrect BIOS settings on the part of the user.
Due to the many bios tuning tips on various websites, VIA assumes that those users who have problems restarting have made some wrong bios settings that lead to this problem. However, if you have not changed any BIOS settings and still have problems restarting or the computer simply restarts on its own during operation, you should contact VIA so that they can help to find the error. Is it the KT133A and VIA just wants to pass the blame on to the user in order not to get even more negative headlines, or is it really a bios problem? So far, only MSI is ready to exchange the affected mainboards. So maybe it is also due to a wrong board architecture from MSI? The next few days will certainly show whether MSI will simply let the blame be pushed on or whether it is now looking for a direct discussion with VIA. The problem with the KT133A is not over yet. It also remains to be seen how the other board manufacturers react or whether the problem only occurs with MSI boards.