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post #21 of 34
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i have the files downloaded, its a ROM file, im just afraid it will mess up my motherboard to the point it wont POST. is there guide to do this the right way?
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post #22 of 34
Use the ASUS utility in windows. go to

http://support.asus.com/default.aspx?SLanguage=en-us

You can find some help on the FAQ section. Once the file is saved on your computer, open the BIOS utility and search for the new file. Click and your done! ....really.
post #23 of 34
Dude, it's idiot proof. Use Asus Update in Windows, point it to the new BIOS file you downloaded and hit flash.

If for some 1 in a million chance it goes wrong, it's supposed to revert back to the previous working BIOS automatically. I've flashed my BIOS this way about 4 times since I bought my board. No problems.

BTW, I think I'm running 711 (computer is at home...) and I still get the "on-off-on-off-on" when I overclock my system past a certain point. I think it's around 3.25 Mhz. Maybe it's a Pentium D thing...
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post #24 of 34
i get the on/off/on problem everytime I change something in bios, but after the initial change, problem is gone. I'm using 0804.
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post #25 of 34
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is 804 the newest bios with no problems?
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post #26 of 34
no it does the on-off-on thing
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post #27 of 34
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so which version is the best with the no , on - off - on thing?
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post #28 of 34
804 fixed most of it but it still happens but mainly when you change major things like your multi or a huge ram speed lke changing dividers or sometimes when you do a big oc jump like 300 fsb to say 380 fsb or something liek that, if your on air it aint to big a deal but when on phase its a reall painin the ars since i have a 2 min delay to restart and it can blow the fuse

anyways i would use 804 personally works good

and the bios update thing works great done it on every asus board iove had which has been alot
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post #29 of 34
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Originally Posted by digitalh3lix View Post
so which version is the best with the no , on - off - on thing?
I apologise for sounding like an echo...

The 0711 BIOS will solve that issue. The only time that the Mobo will do it is when power is completely cut to the board (turning the PSU off, or unplugging the PSU from wall, though I would imagine that the latter would not be done without the former). Then it will only do it on the inital power-on cycle.

As most other members is stated. It is easy.
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Originally Posted by Syrillian View Post
The 0711 BIOS will solve that issue. The only time that the Mobo will do it is when power is completely cut to the board (turning the PSU off, or unplugging the PSU from wall, though I would imagine that the latter would not be done without the former). Then it will only do it on the inital power-on cycle.

OOOOOOOOh!! So THAT'S how that works! I always shut the power off on the PSU when I'm done with my computer because my mouse glows blue if I don't. It's very annoying to me, and not to mention a waste of power.

I could have sworn that it did the on off thing on automatic restarts, though too... hmmm...

Anyway, back to topic, I haven't tried 804 because I thought I really didn't need it. Most of these BIOS updates only seem to apply to the Core 2 Duo's, and like I said before, I'm running a lowly Pentium D. 711 seems just fine to me, though. BUT if I had a Core 2, I'd go ahead and snag the latest.
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