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New BIOS 2103 is out.

Changelog:

"1. Improve memory compatibility
2. Improve system stability"
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Using the new bios 2103, no stability issues, BF3 hasn't crashed once yet for instance.

Mouse movement is smoother in UEFI.

Not really noticed much else.
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I just noticed dcp latency spikes with the latest bios and latest intel ME and rom...(I didn't notice this before)
After I disabled the IDE controller in the device manager it is fixed.
I'm running windows server 2008 R2 standard sp1 (64bit)
post #2584 of 3000
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sheyster View Post

New BIOS 2103 is out.
Changelog:
"1. Improve memory compatibility
2. Improve system stability"

For which board?
post #2585 of 3000
Quote:
Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sheyster View Post

New BIOS 2103 is out.
Changelog:
"1. Improve memory compatibility
2. Improve system stability"

For which board?

Several boards including the P8P67 and Pro.

I installed the BIOS last night and played 3 hours of BF3 with no problems. Seems pretty stable.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sheyster View Post

New BIOS 2103 is out.
Changelog:
"1. Improve memory compatibility
2. Improve system stability"

For which board?

Refer to the OP. I have everything listed there. wink.gif
post #2587 of 3000
***Blonde moment update***

Scroll down in the CPU tab of BIOS --- duuurrrrr found it -- All's well with the Beast again -- ever have one of those days ??



Good Morning,

I just completed updating to BIOS 2103 and overclocked to 4.8 (Very solid, stable and easier to setup now) -- However one small glitch appeared. The controls for Virtualization within the BIOS have disapeared and now the Hypervisor no longer runs in windows Server 2008 -- Is there a remedy planned or should I simply return to an earlier of the BIOS ? To do so, without using the procedure you outlined earlier -- is it possible to simply use the Flashing utility in the BIOS

thanks for any help

namaste
Edited by IronAddict - 12/18/11 at 9:41am
post #2588 of 3000
My board seems to be complaining about the ROM file I'm supplying it - it doesn't want to update. I'm on 1850 (a beta), and I'm trying to update to one of the latest version (2103). If it makes any difference I'm trying to load the ROM from a NTFS filesystem, but I have a hunch that it's because it's a beta.
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post #2589 of 3000
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Originally Posted by gonX View Post

My board seems to be complaining about the ROM file I'm supplying it - it doesn't want to update. I'm on 1850 (a beta), and I'm trying to update to one of the latest version (2103). If it makes any difference I'm trying to load the ROM from a NTFS filesystem, but I have a hunch that it's because it's a beta.

Are you talking about the Intel RAID OROM?
post #2590 of 3000
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Originally Posted by gonX View Post

My board seems to be complaining about the ROM file I'm supplying it - it doesn't want to update. I'm on 1850 (a beta), and I'm trying to update to one of the latest version (2103). If it makes any difference I'm trying to load the ROM from a NTFS filesystem, but I have a hunch that it's because it's a beta.

Try using a USB stick, formatted to FAT32.
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