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post #11 of 16
I think he meant they RUN at 2700 OR 2100 , put them in slots 1 & 3.
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post #12 of 16
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I downloaded the bios EXE but when i run it all it does is create another file
post #13 of 16
.EXE? It should be a .BIN file, if I'm not mistaken...
post #14 of 16
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the file it created was a BIN file
post #15 of 16
put that on a floppy and boot. check your mobo manual for specific instructions
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post #16 of 16
Most likely, there is a .EXE file on the motherboard support CD that contains the BIOS flash program (in my case for my Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe, the program was called AWDFLASH). Take that program and put it on a floppy disk along with the .BIN file that is the new BIOS version. Then boot up with an MS-DOS bootable floppy, take that out, put in the floppy with the flash program and the new BIOS version, type whatever the run command is for the flash program, and go from there. Look through your manual for more specific instructions.
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