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Do any of you guys know how to update the IME firmware on this board to the latest version (8.1.20.1336)? When I run the firmware updating it gives me the error "Error 8193: Intel (R) ME Interface : Cannot locate ME device driver" and I cannot proceed.
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Originally Posted by Aznboy1993 View Post

Do any of you guys know how to update the IME firmware on this board to the latest version (8.1.20.1336)? When I run the firmware updating it gives me the error "Error 8193: Intel (R) ME Interface : Cannot locate ME device driver" and I cannot proceed.

According to THIS THREAD it isn't possible to flash the new firmware over the 7.XXX version - is it possible you tried this? Apparently you need to do all of the incremental updates in order (and I believe intel recommends installing the driver FIRST before doing the FW update so that there isn't a driver conflict when entering Windows).
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According to THIS THREAD it isn't possible to flash the new firmware over the 7.XXX version - is it possible you tried this? Apparently you need to do all of the incremental updates in order (and I believe intel recommends installing the driver FIRST before doing the FW update so that there isn't a driver conflict when entering Windows).
According to device manager I have driver version 8.1.10.1275 installed currently (prior to preforming the firmware update). That is my IME driver version...as to my IME firmware version...I haven't the slightest. Any ideas (step by step?) as to what I can do to flash the latest firmware on my motherboard. If it's long and complicated, I don't care tongue.gif
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According to device manager I have driver version 8.1.10.1275 installed currently (prior to preforming the firmware update). That is my IME driver version...as to my IME firmware version...I haven't the slightest. Any ideas (step by step?) as to what I can do to flash the latest firmware on my motherboard. If it's long and complicated, I don't care tongue.gif

Hmm... if you are positive that you've installed the correct driver in Windows, the only possibility that I can think of is that perhaps the board bios is outdated possibly? Are you running at least 1204 on your board? (I ask because that's the 'Compatibility for Windows 8' update and perhaps there is a communication problem between the IME and BIOS.

Really I'm stumped and since I haven't updated mine yet I can't say for sure. Normally it should be a simple as running the update utility and waiting until it notifies you of a need to restart. AFAIK there isn't a proven 'manual' version (and those that exist are not for the faint of heart as they can brick your board if you do something wrong). Some people have mentioned success using a version for the X79 and the manual tool to force it on to their Z77 boards - but I wouldn't recommend going that route unless you are both very confident it will work and completely prepared to swap out the MB if it doesn't. biggrin.gif

If there's a problem and you have a second hard disk available, you might try installing a different OS (win 7 perhaps) with nothing other than the drivers installed... and then try again. I've found on some systems that drivers are some of the first things to get 'stepped on' by poorly written software. However, it seems like you just installed Win8 so that shouldn't be the problem at this point - unless Win8 compatibility is so poor that you can't even update for better compatibility until you first downgrade your OS install.. that would be truly sad but it wouldn't be the first time. rolleyes.gif
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Does anybody know why my 3570K can't go past 45x in my MVG (firmware 1309)? I've tried both 46 and 47, but it just uses 45 although the POST reports a turbo speed target of 4600MHz.

Feniks was having a similar problem and a poster in this thread mentioned that clearing CMOS and messing with the OC settings in the BIOS a second time solved the problem... Not sure if that helps, but you're definitely not alone in the issue.
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I'm sure it's not the case but just make sure that you have the multi's linked in the bios (not sure where it is in the MVG but it's in both the software and bios on the MVE). If you don't have them set to linked then it will force later cores to have the same or lower multiple. So if you have the first core set to 45 and the second core set to 47 you will never see 47 on anything. You've probably got it set right and it's something else - but just thought I'd throw that out as a possibility. IIRC when you set it to linked in the bios you will no longer have separate multi's listed per-core and only have one place to set anything.
The other thing to check is that you have the 'easyOC' (forget what Asus' name for it is) disabled - otherwise I've found that sometimes it would over-ride my manual settings. Since the POST reports a 46X and that's the last easyOC setting... it might be a factor.
I tried CPU level up to 4.6 and it worked. The only difference I see is that the bclk/peg clock is set to 100, I think it was in auto previously. CPU-Z now reports a 100.00MHz bclk instead of 100.5MHz
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I tried CPU level up to 4.6 and it worked. The only difference I see is that the bclk/peg clock is set to 100, I think it was in auto previously. CPU-Z now reports a 100.00MHz bclk instead of 100.5MHz

That's a normal variance in my experience... sometimes CPU-Z reports over or under by a tiny margin for me... even without changing any settings - from one boot to the next. That shouldn't affect your multiple at all... it's more likely to be something with the BIOS firmware or a setting that's off somewhere.
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any help will be appreciated.. i am doing a new build with the maximus v gene and when i started it up yesterday i got the code a2 before the system even reaches bios. im wondering if anyone can help me through this.. please and thank you.
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The manual has the debug codes listed in it. I'd look it up and help you but I don't have this board anymore. I think I had a similar code show up though and I just had to re-seat the RAM.
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any help will be appreciated.. i am doing a new build with the maximus v gene and when i started it up yesterday i got the code a2 before the system even reaches bios. im wondering if anyone can help me through this.. please and thank you.

I had trouble with my sata devices and cables. I think the A2 code was the storage controller initialisation code. Unplug all sata cables and see if you can boot. Then start plugging your devices back one by one until you find the one that causes the boot problem. If one doesn't work, try another cable or SATA port.
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