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Well I'll be.. lol Thanks! I'll look for this tonight
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There is a newer version which installs OK....

If not, right click on the zip file, properties, and click 'unblock' before unzipping the files.

That was the problem. Thanks!
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I have a Asus PRIME x370-pro MB, I was running the 0504 bios. I tried to flash an update with the bios utility that came with the MB. Before it was finished with the flash the power flickered and the computer went off. Now when I turn on the power all the RGB lights come on, but the MB speaker beeps twice. I tried to using the original disk, I tried to create a USB drive formatted to FAT 32 with the original BIOS that I downloaded from ASUS, I tried to shutdown the whole system unplugged the power and removed the CMOS battery for a few minutes. But, when I put the battery back in and power the system back up it does the same thing. can anyone give me some advise?
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Originally Posted by scottpage View Post

I have a Asus PRIME x370-pro MB, I was running the 0504 bios. I tried to flash an update with the bios utility that came with the MB. Before it was finished with the flash the power flickered and the computer went off. Now when I turn on the power all the RGB lights come on, but the MB speaker beeps twice. I tried to using the original disk, I tried to create a USB drive formatted to FAT 32 with the original BIOS that I downloaded from ASUS, I tried to shutdown the whole system unplugged the power and removed the CMOS battery for a few minutes. But, when I put the battery back in and power the system back up it does the same thing. can anyone give me some advise?

I believe you are looking at an RMA.
post #515 of 735
I think I finally have a 100% stable system (1800x). It was if I didn't push it for too long but not perfect for stress situations.

Turns out I needed to push vcore all the way to 1.4V and use LLC4 for a vdroop of 1.381V

At 1.35V I could run CB15 several times, but not keep the system using more than 80% on all cores on another stress test without eventually going to black screen. No problem using the computer in general usage and games, just unable to stress or render a long video at 100% usage.

Sheesh! it really takes some vcore to get there. Hopefully it will not degrade or barely do so over the years.

Hopefully (but I kind of doubt it now) new BIOSes would bring more stability and one could be able to push it to 4.0Ghz without so much vcore.
Edited by SaccoSVD - 5/4/17 at 11:30am
post #516 of 735
There are 5 pins next to BIOS chip, thru there BIOS could be reprogrammed even when bricked.
post #517 of 735
Here are the beep codes from the manual:

post #518 of 735
Found this:

Two short beeps:

When using Crashfree to recover BIOS, the new BIOS is successfully recognized.

https://www.asus.com/support/faq/1029959
post #519 of 735
Come on ASUS, release that goddam BIOS already!!! biggrin.gif
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Come on ASUS, release that goddam BIOS already!!! biggrin.gif
Where's their main office, I wanna go and picket ?
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