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post #1412 of 2014
I am new to this forum and I have the following system:

Asus P5E
Intel Core2Duo E8400
OCZ 2GB 1150MHz Reapers
XFX GTX260 Black Edition Core216
Xilence 700W

As I'm a complete noob to the whole situation, I was wondering how you could flash the P5E with an USB, what you should put on the USB and so on as I'm pretty done with the 'Unknown CPU Error' thing. Also, I'd like to go for some CPU overclocking but I figured it would be an excellent idea to first update the Bios.

My question is what version I should use, and how I should put it on the USB and how to use the EZ Flash then.

Thanks in advance, regards Patjuh.
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post #1413 of 2014
Welcome to OCN! BIOS flashing instructions are in the top post of this thread.
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I'm getting the error
'Bad command or file name'

IO have done exactly what's in the guide! Anyone can help me?
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post #1415 of 2014
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I'm getting the error
'Bad command or file name'

IO have done exactly what's in the guide! Anyone can help me?
Looks like the exact same problem someone experienced before. If you've tried following the exact commands at the beginning of the thread, you may be missing the spaces in the command.
Try it out...
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I'm sure I tried all possible combinations but I will AGAIN try it out!
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post #1417 of 2014
Nvm I think I found the problem, forgotten to rename the Bios, sorry Thanks for the help.


Edit: Still not working lol
Edited by Patjuh - 1/3/09 at 3:05am
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post #1418 of 2014
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I'm sure I tried all possible combinations but I will AGAIN try it out!
The cred goes to ericeod on the 1st page. I found this the most useful when I initially couldn't flash. Also, make sure your flash drive is formatted with no partitions; MP3 players won't help:

As ericeod wrote from: http://www.overclock.net/intel-motherboards/269840-asus-p5e-x38-thread-142.html. I had the same problem until I followed the instructions from the 1st page properly. Especially:

"1. First download the
USB Boot drive creator "HPUSBFW"
2. Then download the boot files and extract them to a folder of your choice

3. Run the HPUSBFW program.



Select the correct USB device from the drop-down menu, set file system to FAT32 and check Create a DOS startup disk.

4. Then browse for the extracted boot files (now in the folder of your choice) and press start to begin formatting it.

5. Once the device is done, Copy
AFUDOS
(note that this is the engineering version and must be used) and the latest bios you want to crossflash, and unzip it to the USB drive. Then rename the bios to new.rom

6. You will then restart and go into bios to load default bios options. Then set the ram voltage and reboot (plug in the USB drive into the back USB port at this time). Then, while the PC is booting up, press F8 to enter the boot option. Select the USB drive.

7. At the C: type afudos /inew.rom /pbnc /n

8. The bios will then begin flashing. Don't do anything until the bios is finished flashing and you are instructed to reboot.

9. Finally, shut down and CLR CMOS."
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post #1419 of 2014
Yes I read all of it. I will try it again. I do notice that with the HP USB Disk Storage format tool it only says FAT instead of FAT32. It's a normal USB key, not mp3 player or something. Might that be the problem?

Edit: Do I first unzip the AFUDOS or not?
Edited by Patjuh - 1/3/09 at 3:15am
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Yes I read all of it. I will try it again. I do notice that with the HP USB Disk Storage format tool it only says FAT instead of FAT32. It's a normal USB key, not mp3 player or something. Might that be the problem?

Edit: Do I first unzip the AFUDOS or not?
Yep, try to do it exactly as written. Fat and Fat32 are different file systems, so for sure. And you need to extract the files so they can be read - ergo, unzip Afudos
Edit: the HP USB Disk Storage format tool will have a drop-down menu to change to FAT32
Edited by Jus'Chillin' - 1/3/09 at 3:22am
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