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post #421 of 3634
Okay, I don't really get this. I set values for my fans in CC (CPU and 2 system fans), I applied the settings, and even saved the values. However, every time I restart or boot my PC, it goes back to default settings...how can I make the fan settings stick?
post #422 of 3634

Believe you can do that with the BIOS fan settings.. CC is just for windows control.. though I must admit I have not played with this feature yet. I dont plug fans into mobo redface.gif

post #423 of 3634
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Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post

Believe you can do that with the BIOS fan settings.. CC is just for windows control.. though I must admit I have not played with this feature yet. I dont plug fans into mobo redface.gif

The bios options are very limited. I just changed them, but, for some strange reason, my PC froze at boot; it didn't go past the Windows logo...
post #424 of 3634

Let me boot and check it out.. im on 17.2b4 right now.. what BIOS you on?

post #425 of 3634
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Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post

Let me boot and check it out.. im on 17.2b4 right now.. what BIOS you on?

17.1, I will update in a bit.

EDIT: btw, which one is 17.2b4? I thought the latest was 17.3.
post #426 of 3634
I took the liberty to update the ROMs in H47 and H51. Changes are noted below.

Realtek LAN: v2.41 → v2.50
Intel RAID: v11.5.0.1582 → v11.6.0.1702



E7751IMS.H47
E7751IMS.H51
post #427 of 3634

H24 = 17.2b4

H51 = ??.?

 

..guess I could flash up a couple as well redface.gif

post #428 of 3634
Okay, this might be because I don't get it, but how do you create a bootable USB? I tried using MagicISO, but it didn't work. I formatted my USB drive, copied the files to it, booted, it didn't get recognized...
Edited by Sevada88 - 10/17/12 at 3:17pm
post #429 of 3634
I've always used the HP disk format tool for making a bootable flash drive. You probably have to change boot options in the bios to boot to it, I usually just pull the sata for the OS HDD & reboot.
    
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post #430 of 3634

you dont need to do any of that.. just unzip the new BIOS file to the thumbdrive..

 

1. go into BIOS

2. go to mflash 

3. select load from USB

4. flash BIOS

5. mobo restarts and enters new BIOS

 

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