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Alright, I was looking around and couldn't find anything
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Actually you were correct. My user manual talks about using the Award bios Flash Utility w/the ASUS MyLogo3 to flash the bios w/the new image that you choose.

The instructions mention the file size can be one of either a .GIF or .BMP smaller then 150k file size.

Use the Award bios flash utility from w/in windows to save your current bios file. and go from there. Do you have the user manual. I can tell you on my user manual the instructions are on pages 5-8 & 4-1 of the English Ver. E2697 user manual.

Good Luck,

N2G

P.S.

I'm don't know if I can use the MyLogo3 and windows based flash tool because I'm running a 64 bit xp. I will put my mobo cd in and see if I can get the bios and MyLogo3 apps going in windows.

OK I got it now.

here are the steps.
  1. Save your image file as .BMP or .GIF os less then 150k file silze in a location that MyLogo stores the images. You can figure this out by following steps 3 listed below. or you could creat your own folder that you will be able to find w/ease.
  2. Use your bios update utility in windows to save your current bios file. Make sure you save it as your current bios number followed by .BIN example my bios is ver. 2001 so I saved the file as 2001.BIN
  3. open up MyLogo application and select the bios file that you just saved and select it and click next.
  4. select the image file that you just saved in step 1 listed above. and click next.
  5. Next select the image size for your screen res. 640 x480 etc etc. and click next.
  6. It will tell you that it's gonna save the new bios file as a (for me it was 2001.BAK ) in the same folder as the original saved bios file.
  7. Awe heck just read the user manual. I think I'm telling you how to do it the wrong way any how but the steps taken are pretty close as I described. You should be able to do it all from w/in the Asus Bios update utility.

Edited by N2Gaming - 6/27/09 at 9:56pm
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should make up a M32Club logo with the overclocking.net listed aswell
that way we all can leave it on our oards and if we sell the new owners woud ahve a place to go for info
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should make up a M32Club logo with the overclocking.net listed aswell
that way we all can leave it on our oards and if we sell the new owners woud ahve a place to go for info
Now that is team spirit that I like to see and a very good Idea. I just knew eventually some members would start coming up w/good idea's for this club and that right there is a very good idea. Now do we have any volunteers to do the graphics. Oh yeah before we get ahead of our selfs we must first pass the idea to one of the OCN moderators to make sure it is ok and that it would not be against TOS.
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Actually you were correct. My user manual talks about using the Award bios Flash Utility w/the ASUS MyLogo3 to flash the bios w/the new image that you choose.

The instructions mention the file size can be one of either a .GIF or .BMP smaller then 150k file size.

Use the Award bios flash utility from w/in windows to save your current bios file. and go from there. Do you have the user manual. I can tell you on my user manual the instructions are on pages 5-8 & 4-1 of the English Ver. E2697 user manual.

Good Luck,

N2G

P.S.

I'm don't know if I can use the MyLogo3 and windows based flash tool because I'm running a 64 bit xp. I will put my mobo cd in and see if I can get the bios and MyLogo3 apps going in windows.

OK I got it now.

here are the steps.
  1. Save your image file as .BMP or .GIF os less then 150k file silze in a location that MyLogo stores the images. You can figure this out by following steps 3 listed below. or you could creat your own folder that you will be able to find w/ease.
  2. Use your bios update utility in windows to save your current bios file. Make sure you save it as your current bios number followed by .BIN example my bios is ver. 2001 so I saved the file as 2001.BIN
  3. open up MyLogo application and select the bios file that you just saved and select it and click next.
  4. select the image file that you just saved in step 1 listed above. and click next.
  5. Next select the image size for your screen res. 640 x480 etc etc. and click next.
  6. It will tell you that it's gonna save the new bios file as a (for me it was 2001.BAK ) in the same folder as the original saved bios file.
  7. Awe heck just read the user manual. I think I'm telling you how to do it the wrong way any how but the steps taken are pretty close as I described. You should be able to do it all from w/in the Asus Bios update utility.
Wow thank you so much! I will give this a whirl in a little bit. btw, I don't have a paper manual but I can always download the pdf off Asus's site

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should make up a M32Club logo with the overclocking.net listed aswell
that way we all can leave it on our oards and if we sell the new owners woud ahve a place to go for info
Sweet idea! Maybe I'll hold off until we can get some graphics I can contribute a few if ...

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Originally Posted by N2Gaming View Post
Now that is team spirit that I like to see and a very good Idea. I just knew eventually some members would start coming up w/good idea's for this club and that right there is a very good idea. Now do we have any volunteers to do the graphics. Oh yeah before we get ahead of our selfs we must first pass the idea to one of the OCN moderators to make sure it is ok and that it would not be against TOS.
... The mods OK this! That would be cool.
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yeah i hope they give the ok!
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Lucky me there is a thread all about the mobo I own... can you guys check out my thread and see if you can't help me figure the prob out. I can't get CMOS to boot and I've exhausted all options I'm aware of. :\\

http://www.overclock.net/amd-motherb...ling-boot.html

EDIT: Thanks for the help N2.
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Just saw the club count me in i have a m2n32sli-wifi-deluxe board fore one year now!!!i just love that board....!
    
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Welcome to the club of the most versatile mobo around.

I'm curious... those of you that OC from the fsb and tweak the RAM clocks, when do you up the voltage, if needed? When I used my G.Skill in dual-channel I manually set it to 1.8v, which is what is recommended for dual-channel/ganged. The sticker on the RAM says 1.8-2.0v. But do you ever push it more when the RAM is overclocked? I wonder if not doing that is what possibly killed my one ram stick.

I had the fsb bumped up to 220 which put the RAM at 440mhz. So there was a 40mhz clock increase, but I had always left the voltage at 1.8v and only messed with the other cpu/voltage settings in BIOS when overclocking.
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Welcome to the club of the most versatile mobo around.

I had the fsb bumped up to 220 which put the RAM at 440mhz. So there was a 40mhz clock increase, but I had always left the voltage at 1.8v and only messed with the other cpu/voltage settings in BIOS when overclocking.
That's possible but more likely that you just had a bad stick.
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