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Asus P8Z68 V-Pro Bios Problems

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I've downloaded the 0606 version of my Motherboards Bios from Asus, and the install works perfectly, after which it says your computer must restart for the changes to take affect. Well, the changes don't take affect and I'm confused.
post #2 of 10
U flashed with usb or in win ?
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post #3 of 10
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I just went onto the internet and used the Asus down loader. I have a USB drive if necessary, but how exactly would I do it going that route and what makes it different than just using the internet?
post #4 of 10
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Anyone able to help me? I even tried downloading the new Bios to my USB and setting it to first in boot priority as I just read something about it detecting the new Bios while booting with a quick internet search.
post #5 of 10
If you have problems flashing you can just use the EZ Flash utility from inside the bios. bios file must be located on a harddrive or a USB stick.
    
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If you have problems flashing you can just use the EZ Flash utility from inside the bios. bios file must be located on a harddrive or a USB stick.
I believe I am using the EZ Flash Utility, unless there's an actual utility named that. I just extracted it (file on my USB) and clicked on the Asus Setup file. It did it's thing but when it restarts no new Bios.
post #7 of 10
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I believe I am using the EZ Flash Utility, unless there's an actual utility named that. I just extracted it (file on my USB) and clicked on the Asus Setup file. It did it's thing but when it restarts no new Bios.
No, use the utility inside the bios. And you should point it to the *.ROM file.

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post #8 of 10
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I have a UEFI Bios, where would I find this option? Also, I'll boot up my laptop so I can still communicate while doing this.
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I have a UEFI Bios, where would I find this option? Also, I'll boot up my laptop so I can still communicate while doing this.
Far to the right on the bios menu bar, you just hit 'tools'. And there you will find the EZ Flash utility. Enter it, and point to the extracted bios file '*.ROM' file.
    
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post #10 of 10
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THANK YOU so much, now it's working!

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