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Asus O.C. Profile after BIOS update, causes checksum error

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Well, a very useful options on the P5K but let down by bad programing !?
Had 2 saved profile, flashed to the latest bios, load setup defaults, set bios stuff , every thing is fine.
On the next boot, load saved profile and on reboot I got checksum error !!.
Rectified by loading setup defaults.Ok, they have added new options to the bios, but that shouldn't cause this kind of problems.

Any one else noticed this on their Asus motherboards or is this consider to be normal ?
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Well, a very useful options on the P5K but let down by bad programing !?
Had 2 saved profile, flashed to the latest bios, load setup defaults, set bios stuff , every thing is fine.
On the next boot, load saved profile and on reboot I got checksum error !!.
Rectified by loading setup defaults.Ok, they have added new options to the bios, but that shouldn't cause this kind of problems.

Any one else noticed this on their Asus motherboards or is this consider to be normal ?

Since you flashed a newer Bios and you're using profiles from an older Bios, conflicts would be my guess
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After flashing a BIOS its always best to reload factory defaults and then alter your settings before saveing new profiles. It is rare but sometimes people will experience the issues you've had this time when a BIOS update alters some of the BIOS options.
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That was my point.So shouldn't the profile's be automatically cleaned with the flash or better still for Asus to use Variables instead of block writing the data back !?
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That was my point.So shouldn't the profile's be automatically cleaned with the flash or better still for Asus to use Variables instead of block writing the data back !?
Ah, I see now
Since the Bios was updated and CMOS was cleared, would there even be a profile to load?
So maybe the checksum error is because there is no profile.
Have you created and saved a new profile yet and tried to load it?
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The Profiles were still there after the flash, as I checked afew values but not all
.
Mind you, I flashed using EZ Flash from Bios and using memory stick as I don't have a floopy on this system.
EZ Flash did say before writing that it was clearing CMOS but on the progress bar, you could see it skipping a small section.
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