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hi all i have a asus maximus formula flashed to rampage formula
i want to flash it back and i dont rember how to flash it back can some refreash me on how to flash back to a maximus formula
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intel q6600@3.6 1.325v asus maximus formula flashed to rampage formula nvidia 8800gtx 4x 1gb of geil 800mhz @4.4.4.12 running at 880mhz 
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can some one help
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intel q6600@3.6 1.325v asus maximus formula flashed to rampage formula nvidia 8800gtx 4x 1gb of geil 800mhz @4.4.4.12 running at 880mhz 
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intel q6600@3.6 1.325v asus maximus formula flashed to rampage formula nvidia 8800gtx 4x 1gb of geil 800mhz @4.4.4.12 running at 880mhz 
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Disclaimer: Attempt this at your own risk

Flashing your P5E or Maximus to Rampage Formula

First Copy down your bios settings. They will change their order in the new bios, so make sure to label the settings.


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1. First download the USB Boot drive creator "HPUSBFW"
2. Then download the boot files and extract them to a folder of your choice

3. Run the HPUSBFW program.



Select the correct USB device from the drop-down menu, set file system to FAT32 and check Create a DOS startup disk.

4. Then browse for the extracted boot files (now in the folder of your choice) and press start to begin formating it.

5. Once the device is done, Copy AFUDOS (note that this is the engineering version and must be used) and the latest bios you want to crossflash, and unzip it to the USB drive. Then rename the bios to new.rom

6. You will then restart and go into bios to load default bios options. Then set the ram voltage and reboot (plug in the USB drive into the back USB port at this time). Then, while the PC is booting up, press F8 to enter the boot option. Select the USB drive.

7. At the C: type afudos /inew.rom /pbnc /n

8. The bios will then begin flashing. Dont do anything until the bios is finished flashing and you are instructed to reboot.

9. Finally, shut down and CLR CMOS.

If for any reason you want to revert back to the original bios, just copy your original bios to the USB drive, rename it to original.rom, and flash with
ie. afudos /ioriginal.rom /pbnc /n

want a job doing do it your self lol
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intel q6600@3.6 1.325v asus maximus formula flashed to rampage formula nvidia 8800gtx 4x 1gb of geil 800mhz @4.4.4.12 running at 880mhz 
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