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Hello

EZ Flash 3 from within the BIOS work fine. There is no bug. Review the procedure in the manual regarding this method of flashing and also try a different, properly prepared USB stick.

NO IT DOES NOT I CAN CONFIRM!!!

I cannot read any bios prior to 1006 I get the same error in EZFLASH 3.0 IN BIOS!!!!!

Also, could not post with previous setting that worked in all other bios rev.

1006 IS A UTTER FAIL DO NOT WASTE YOU TIME!!!!!!!

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NO IT DOES NOT I CAN CONFIRM!!!

I cannot read any bios prior to 1006 I get the same error in EZFLASH 3.0 IN BIOS!!!!!

Also, could not post with previous setting that worked in all other bios rev.

1006 IS A UTTER FAIL DO NOT WASTE YOU TIME!!!!!!!

Same thing over here, it says any BIOS prior to this "is not a proper bios", guess we're trapped tongue.gif

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Same thing over here, it says any BIOS prior to this "is not a proper bios", guess we're trapped tongue.gif

can we go back to earlier bios?

That's the beauty of the BIOS flashback feature it's in your manual. Look for the rear I/O panel labels page and it has it there.
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NO IT DOES NOT I CAN CONFIRM!!!

I cannot read any bios prior to 1006 I get the same error in EZFLASH 3.0 IN BIOS!!!!!

Also, could not post with previous setting that worked in all other bios rev.

1006 IS A UTTER FAIL DO NOT WASTE YOU TIME!!!!!!!

Hello

If you want to whine and shout go elsewhere. Flashing back to a previous BIOS version has never been supported by any method other than USB BIOS Flashback. USB Bios Flashback allows flashing any BIOS version. Again, there is no bug to report.
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NO IT DOES NOT I CAN CONFIRM!!!

I cannot read any bios prior to 1006 I get the same error in EZFLASH 3.0 IN BIOS!!!!!

Also, could not post with previous setting that worked in all other bios rev.

1006 IS A UTTER FAIL DO NOT WASTE YOU TIME!!!!!!!

Then use the flashback....get a flash drive, copy the proper BIOS.cap file to it, rename it to the proper name, and then insert it in the proper USB port in the back. Flashback button will then load the BIOS off the flashback port. Check the manual if needed to see which port the flashback port is and what the filename should be.

I never have a problem with ezflash in BIOS, but if something is broken on your system, then flashback is your way to go. Flashback will even work if your CPU and RAM are not supported.
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hi elmor

There is something I want to confirm beta bios 1106.
after rewriting bios. when I was rewrite 0803 bios, I have an error in Ez Flash 3. Error show "Selected file is not proper BIOS!"

I was tried rewrite below files, but all failed and same error.

CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO-ASUS-1106.CAP
CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO-ASUS-0038.CAP
CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO-ASUS-0079.CAP
CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO-ASUS-0081.CAP
CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO-ASUS-0082.CAP
CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO-ASUS-0083.CAP
CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO-ASUS-1001.CAP
CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO-ASUS-1002.CAP


I think this bug is no better than brick. plz check this use case and quick fix it.

It's not a bug. Seems we blocked going backwards due to substantial bug fixes in this version. You can still use USB BIOS Flashback to revert.

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Hi Elmor. I have only one question: 1106 is a beta version or not? I ask you because you said that it's a beta version, but in the Asus official support page for C6H, in the Italian page under win7 64 or win 10 64 bit it's officially released but NOT as a beta version....
I ask you because i prefer not installing beta bios. Thank you very much.

It's marked as beta. Doesn't mean it will always beta, it's status could be upgraded to final version. It just means it hasn't finished all QC tests yet.

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Hello

If you want to whine and shout go elsewhere. Flashing back to a previous BIOS version has never been supported by any method other than USB BIOS Flashback. USB Bios Flashback allows flashing any BIOS version. Again, there is no bug to report.

That's not true, usually you can go backwards unless we've fixes problems which we'd rather not have users go back to (most extreme case the recent EC bricking).
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really?
I can roll back with USB Flashback so there is no harm. However, the attached event surely happens. What is going on in your environment?

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Good to know we can rely on the flashback method Elmor, thanks for confirming! Also thanks for all your hard work in this very cluttered thread. smile.gif
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So, my interpretation from the earliest report that changes in PLL 1.8V affected the thermal diode bias has to be wrong; PLL affects something else that requires Sense MI Skew to be enabled.

I'm not sure what to make of that statement headscratch.gif PLL has the desired effect (according to the BIOS description) in regard to BCLK stability (at least anecdotally in my case) with SenseMi Skew disabled (I have a 1700 so it is always set to disabled).

I am specifically referring to my previous assumption that the PLL voltage biased the temperature sensing diodes. If the voltage changes on the bias circuit, the diode voltage changes just as it would with a temperature change. Running 0/1 in guessing here, I am not taking a guess at whatever else PLL may influence that affects the reported temperature when (but only when) Sense MI Skew is enabled.
     
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really?
I can roll back with USB Flashback so there is no harm. However, the attached event surely happens. What is going on in your environment?
That isn't USB flashback. Elmor just confirmed that you CANNOT go back via EZ Flash, which is what you're doing in that pic. You MUST use USB flashback to revert back. Forgive me if I'm misunderstanding what you're doing here.
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@ Ne01 OnnA
I think we have all seen that link, unless its a new version of Ryzen balanced? The version in the link is a week old. That's an eternity on this thread.



I was just looking at the first page for help getting 3600Mhz Ram and I came across Infrared's entry.
I thought "Cool!" until I saw the voltage bigeyedsmiley.png
 , then I lolled...

I'll be sticking with 3200 for now.

Why is that?
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Good to know we can rely on the flashback method Elmor, thanks for confirming! Also thanks for all your hard work in this very cluttered thread. smile.gif

EZ Flash 3 in the BIOS also confirms backward compatibility.
Ah, thx All right.
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