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post #4811 of 5772
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Originally Posted by oparr View Post

You may have confused EZ Flash and Flashback instructions. Don't rename it if using EZ Flash. Also, don't use the designated Flashback USB port.

No i know the difference, when i first got my motherboard i tried flashback and did not work, i use bios ez flash, and that will work with any file name anywayl, but still a no go for me.
post #4812 of 5772
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Originally Posted by Daytraders View Post

Thx for reply, yes tried it plenty of times and every other way possible, always get same error selected file is not a proper bios.

okay - with ezflash you can leave the bios file on your harddrive, and name change is not needed. Just get into ezflash, nav to the folder the fbios file is in and select it to flash.
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post #4813 of 5772
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

okay - with ezflash you can leave the bios file on your harddrive, and name change is not needed. Just get into ezflash, nav to the folder the fbios file is in and select it to flash.
Yeh thx mate, but if you put it on hard drive that will be NTFS wont it ? dont bios have to be read from fat32 ? i do have same problem thou regardless, selected file is not a proper bios, wonder if there is a setting in the actual bios that is causing the problem ? or is there no such thing.
post #4814 of 5772
Sonic Studio II has been causing Flash to crash in Firefox since this the Maximus Hero VIII was released and there has been NO UPDATE to fix this.

Will this problem EVER be solved?

I have the crash report here with the latest version of Sonic Studio - https://crash-stats.mozilla.com/report/index/86b77d3e-f33e-48d6-9a1f-303492160711 (select the Modules tab to see SS2OSD.dll causing the crash).

This is a huge ******* problem and it has gone on for 8 months, what in the **** is ASUS doing over there that they cannot get their software to be compatible with one of the most popular browsers and plugins for that browser in the entire world?
post #4815 of 5772
Popular plugins? You do know flash is nothing more than a security risk now right? Adobe had to fix another dozen bugs 3 days ago. Uninstall flash, no more issues.
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post #4816 of 5772
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Popular plugins? You do know flash is nothing more than a security risk now right? Adobe had to fix another dozen bugs 3 days ago. Uninstall flash, no more issues.

In what way does uninstalling flash allow me to view pages which require flash with my preferred browser?

What is the point of your post, exactly?
post #4817 of 5772
Html5 replaced flash. I use Firefox myself with flash requiring sites, 0 issues without actually having flash. HTML5 is built into Firefox.
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post #4818 of 5772
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Html5 replaced flash. I use Firefox myself with flash requiring sites, 0 issues without actually having flash. HTML5 is built into Firefox.

Thanks for your "help", but this does not do a single thing to solve the above problem. HTML5 may work for you on every website that you use, but my post wasn't about what works for you, it was about what works for me. What doesn't work for me are websites that require flash in my preferred browser. I hope that part was clear. If not, please re-read it again until it is.
post #4819 of 5772
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Yeh thx mate, but if you put it on hard drive that will be NTFS wont it ? dont bios have to be read from fat32 ? i do have same problem thou regardless, selected file is not a proper bios, wonder if there is a setting in the actual bios that is causing the problem ? or is there no such thing.

I'm tellin' ya, it works fine. HD format is irrelevant. Your bios recovery module will read it from an HDD or a DVD (or a USB for that matter).
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post #4820 of 5772
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I'm tellin' ya, it works fine. HD format is irrelevant. Your bios recovery module will read it from an HDD or a DVD (or a USB for that matter).
Daytraders did say he'd tried that too & same error - "i do have same problem thou regardless, selected file is not a proper bios"
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