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Issue Solved



Problems Solved For ASUS X99-E WS Older Model USB3.0/3.1
V1.0 Motherboard BIOS & Non/Software Windows Drivers & Enterprise Software Upgrades



>>>>>> For ASUS X99-E WS 1.0 to USB3.0/3.1 Frist Versions Generation Motherboard BIOS updates. <<<<<<<<br />
RULES BEFORE WORKING, ALWAYS BACK UP YOUR DATA!

#1 Unplug all SATA SSD Hard Drives or HDD Hard drives or Hybrid SSD/HDD
Hard drives and unplug any PCIe SSD Cards or Intel 750 Cards and M.2 SSD/HDD Hard Drives units.

#2 Reset the BIOS to default.

#3 Install BIOS from X99-E-WS-ASUS-0801.CAP to X99-E-WS-ASUS-3201.CAP.
Example. 801> 1003> 1102> 1302> 2009> 3004> 3101> 3201.
Installed each one by one of the BIOS systems in the EZ BIOS updates under Tool from the Motherboard BIOS Setting.


:Hint: The BIOS system 3004 will Reset/Restart BIOS 3 times.


:Hint: The BIOS system 3101 will Reset/Restart 1 times.







>>>>> : COMPLETE BIOS SYSTEM FILES ALONE 57MB : <<<<<<br /> http://www.mediafire.com/download/a5attnxx56jkaz0/ASUS__X99-E_WS_BIOS_Systems.zip

>>>>> : COMPLETE BIOS SYSTEM FILES WITH NON/SOFTWARE WINDOWS <>ENTERPISE/PRO/7/8.1<> 32BIT/64BIT DRIVER 876MB : <<<<<<br /> http://www.mediafire.com/download/07l1bksd08zapos/ASUS_BIOS_%26_Windows_Drivers_Supplies.zip


....biggrin.gifthumb.gif Very Happy Man .....EnJoY guys smile.gif

is this the process if the flash fails in bios?

Im not sure which revision I have of the board tho,but I bought mine in february 2016 new
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is this the process if the flash fails in bios?

Im not sure which revision I have of the board tho,but I bought mine in february 2016 new


Yes for some reason it preventing a BIOS flash install from each different BIOS even if you skipped two of three. It will say " Wrong set of BIOS " Crazy
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Yes for some reason it preventing a BIOS flash install from each different BIOS even if you skipped two of three. It will say " Wrong set of BIOS " Crazy

I havent skipped any bios updates,I installed em in order
bios updates shouldnt entale so much trouble in order to get it flashed correctly.
I mean for bios 3201 ofc.
Edited by zlpw0ker - 7/31/16 at 1:07pm
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I just wanted to chime in here about the BIOS. I have been having a plethora of issues with the BIOS freezing during bootup. I have been going insane trying to troubleshoot exactly what the problems involve freezing at the point where it shows what your CPU and attached SATA devices are. I was able to determine that it was an issue related to my USB devices. I unplug the devices and it boots. Ok now the board is about a week old and it came with BIOS 2006. at first I just did a full update to the latest version and was still having the same issues. I tried to back track and slowly updated one version at a time but again no luck. I tried multiple approaches to troubleshoot including clearing the CMOS and trying different settings pertaining to the BIOS. Still no luck. The main issue pertaining with being able to perform an initial boot with the USB devices attached was finally resolved after I cleared the CMOS and then installing the latest version. This was after multiple attempts using the same approach. I guess I am the definition of insanity and for those of you who missed that, the definition of insanity is doing the same exact thing multiple times and expecting different results. Finally It just worked for me. After resolving this issue with the BIOS, I realized that I had another issue, and this time it was the OS. This time the system would freeze after performing a restart. Again this issue was related to one of my USB devices. After multiple attempts at reinstalling the USB drivers and also doing a refresh of the OS, I was finally able to determine the problem was associated with my Lexar professional workflow. I have four monitors with USB hubs, but I only have three connected. This fourth HUB is to much for the motherboard because I kept getting an error message in Windows stating that I had to many USB devices connected. The way around this was to plug one of the hubs into the 3.1 ports. Anyways, after further troubleshooting I narrowed the issue down to one of the modules plugged into the Lexar hub which more specifically the UR1 module which handles the three-slot microSDHC/microSDXC ports. So at this point I have an email into Lexar asking them to provide driver support.
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Here's another video featuring our wonderful motherboard. This one covers lapping the cooler's contact plate for better heat transfer, removing the DVI port for better air flow through the cards, eliminating the green logo, and a simple tip for better cable management. I think the cosmetic mods look great with the X99-E WS in the final build, as shown toward the end. I hope everyone finds it useful. (Lapping is demonstrated but not covered in detail.)




This earlier video covers lapping thoroughly:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Your feedback is welcome.
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That's a lot of work for one card. Why not just use liquid cooling. It took about 10 minutes to remove the fans off of each om my 980TI's and add water blocks. No soldering, snipping, or risk of damaging the cards. Best of all I can overclock the hell out of the cards with no whiny fan noises.
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That's a lot of work for one card. Why not just use liquid cooling. It took about 10 minutes to remove the fans off of each om my 980TI's and add water blocks. No soldering, snipping, or risk of damaging the cards. Best of all I can overclock the hell out of the cards with no whiny fan noises.

You're absolutely right. But hard-modding isn't about practical issues; there are plenty of gearhead types who simply enjoy doing, or at least seeing, these sorts of projects. And liquid hardly guarantees quiet operation. You need as many fans, and you have to maintain the loop. The stock blower produces a quiet whoosh, not a whine, and air is maintenance free. So it's not pointless; it's just not practical for most people. I certainly enjoyed it and I'm pleased with the results. The system is well OC'd, cool, and very quiet. Sure, I put about 12 hours into it all told, but that's what I do.
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I knew I would waited over a year or so for a Dual CPU 2011 DDR4 X99 chipset that I knew it would take forever to comes acrossed. I got this board when it first came with 401 BIOS and it just a regular 3.0USB. Got it at the end of Nov 2014 where everyone waited till end of FEB 2015 it was out of stock for awhile everyone was thinking to get the ASRock x99 WS and The ASUS Black & White extreme X99 and the ASUS X99 Deluxe. Then by end of Oct. 2015 they were some 1.0 ASUS X99-E WS/3.1USB leaks out and then by end of Dec 2015 the 3.1USB 2.0 came out. Everyone is able to Update the BIOS from 2101 from above the stock 3.1USB board was able to update the BIOS with no problems from 3201.

I got a Dual 10 Core 2867W Z10PE-D16 WS I went from 3 of those motherboard till I got the good one and knew it was BIOS or hardware motherboard issue or faulty board or something But then reliazed it was my 2nd CPU too I had replaced. It all trial and errors guys no matter what would go wrongs

Would be nice of that Dual CPU board had more power. Need more VRMs and 36 pins Power modular a Dual power supplies capability. Would be nice

I was stuck on BIOS 801 on this board for a while the 900 up to 1100 just sucks. So much Bugs of reloops F1 overclock failed and random hardware failed on random boot ups. Just gave up for trying to flash it over it and over to fix that bugs I thought it was my computer hardware or faulty hardwares that the BIOS Couldn't speak to the board or something. it quite odd. I had many attempts and different reload flash bug issue from the loader from the BIOS too sometime if you don't set the ram right it will cause an issue on your BIOS from a re-flashing too so But I lived with for awhile. And put up with it.. But most of the time this computer run 24/7 to keep it on it stay in a normal operation.Till the next fail on a Reboot. I even did all kinds of Cleared COMS too.

So I did struggle with 2009 BIOS there for awhile and just powerd off and on the motherboard tii if the hardware or missing hard drives would disappears or BIOS posted and past Till you get the BIOS picked up right or something I couldn't even Up date the BIOS at all. from that point so I did got and collected all the bios and trying to find out which BIOS would let me installed this BIOS 3201. Drove me insane. So this is the best I could come up with in all each set of BIOS that was made for this board and this was the best solutions I could update for this board. In odder for the rest of the motherboard to update that are older models.


So now no issue at all on 3201 on this board. Super happpy.
Edited by MasterCyclone3D - 8/1/16 at 11:33pm
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USB BRICK WALL

I'm hitting the limits of my allowable USB devices and I'm wondering what the best way around this is. It seems like I shouldn't be at this point given the actual number of devices I have attached. Here is what I have.

For my rear USB 3.0 rear ports
1. two monitors with 4 port USB 3.0 hubs and one monitor with a 3 port USB 3.0 hub However only two monitors are connected. One monitor with 4 and the other with 3. Both have max allowed devices plugged in.
2. Lexar Professional Workflow hub with 3 out of 4 modules plugged in. One module has 2 USB inputs. My 4th module with 3 microSDXC ports is not plugged in due to error message of not enough USB resources available.
3. TerraMaster USB3.0 Type C 4 Bay RAID Enclosure

Rear USB 3.1 ports.
not in use

Internal USB 3.0 ports.
not in use

Internal USB 2.0 ports.
1. Each port has a 6 port hub connected to it. One 6 port hub is maxed out and the other is using 2 connections.

So based on what I'm using could anyone give me some thoughts on why i'm getting error messages pertaining to to many US devices. I have already ensured that I am using the newest ASMedia and Intel drivers.
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