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post #1101 of 1438
I hate GIGBAYTE right now, F22 and F22m destroy my stabilty and OC. Cant even return to earlier bios, case GBT in this bios prevent downgrade .

And my two bioses are F22m... Cause when i update from F22 to F22m , i have ****up and bios was damaged, so mobo install backup bios and flash both to F22m LOL...
post #1102 of 1438
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Originally Posted by GosuPl View Post

I hate GIGBAYTE right now, F22 and F22m destroy my stabilty and OC. Cant even return to earlier bios, case GBT in this bios prevent downgrade .

And my two bioses are F22m... Cause when i update from F22 to F22m , i have ****up and bios was damaged, so mobo install backup bios and flash both to F22m LOL...

Nothing wrong with F22m, and you can go back to a previous bios, you need to go back a few pages, and follow instructions posted on how to flashback.
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post #1103 of 1438
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Originally Posted by moorhen2 View Post

Nothing wrong with F22m, and you can go back to a previous bios, you need to go back a few pages, and follow instructions posted on how to flashback.

In my case, i have huge problems with this bios and want return to F4m.

Can you link me downgrade method please? I searching but dont see this.
post #1104 of 1438
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by GosuPl View Post

In my case, i have huge problems with this bios and want return to F4m.

Can you link me downgrade method please? I searching but dont see this.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1540939/gigabyte-x99-soc-champion-discussion-ownerss-club/800_50#post_24837607


You need to use FPT You can get here and also download the bios you want from the first post of this thread
FPT_v9.1.2.1000-new.zip 500k .zip file

Once you get FPT extracted you will need to add the bios to the 64 folder in FPT and rename the bios to bios.bin.

Change the fptw64.exe to run as admin.


Then on FPT > 64 folder Shift + right click open command window here and Type: fptw64.exe -f bios.bin

This will begin the flash process in windows
post #1105 of 1438
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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

http://www.overclock.net/t/1540939/gigabyte-x99-soc-champion-discussion-ownerss-club/800_50#post_24837607


You need to use FPT You can get here and also download the bios you want from the first post of this thread
FPT_v9.1.2.1000-new.zip 500k .zip file

Once you get FPT extracted you will need to add the bios to the 64 folder in FPT and rename the bios to bios.bin.

Change the fptw64.exe to run as admin.


Then on FPT > 64 folder Shift + right click open command window here and Type: fptw64.exe -f bios.bin

This will begin the flash process in windows

Thank You very much smile.gif

Update:

For Jupiter co.ck! This method dosent work for me, this bastard bios still here biggrin.gif Even after update from Your post :/
Edited by GosuPl - 6/11/16 at 1:38pm
post #1106 of 1438
Hey guys! I have a big problem with GA-X99-SOC Champion motherboard!

When I download the official Intel LAN driver (20.2) from the official GIGABYTE site, I get this error during the installation:




Is this a known issue? Please help me.
post #1107 of 1438
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Originally Posted by andrejEKWB View Post

Hey guys! I have a big problem with GA-X99-SOC Champion motherboard!

When I download the official Intel LAN driver (20.2) from the official GIGABYTE site, I get this error during the installation:




Is this a known issue? Please help me.

That's weird man. Have you tried re downloading it ?
post #1108 of 1438
I tried every possible thing. Previously I had Windows 8.1 and I had to use PCI LAN card, which sucks. Now with Windows 10, I tried numerous times with installation of the official driver. I suspect the LAN chip is dead, could this be a possibility? frown.gif
post #1109 of 1438
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Originally Posted by andrejEKWB View Post

I tried every possible thing. Previously I had Windows 8.1 and I had to use PCI LAN card, which sucks. Now with Windows 10, I tried numerous times with installation of the official driver. I suspect the LAN chip is dead, could this be a possibility? frown.gif
Yeah that would be my other guess, dead lan port
post #1110 of 1438
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Originally Posted by moorhen2 View Post

Nothing wrong with F22m, and you can go back to a previous bios, you need to go back a few pages, and follow instructions posted on how to flashback.

+1

F22m is the best bios to date.
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