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post #2771 of 3000
I cant upgrade new bios "3207", the error is "Image integrity check failed". I proob to download bios in another site (Asus site), and same problem. I proob upgrade from USB Boot, from hard disk, etc....Same error.

Can help me anything?. Another BIOS no problem to read, only this new "3207".

Thanks in advance and sorry my english.
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^^What board revision do you have? Make sure you're downloading the correct one.
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^^What board revision do you have? Make sure you're downloading the correct one.

First revision I think, I Bought 02/02/2011

Yes, downloaded version 3207 on this thread (ASUS P8P67 EVO). I never had problems when upgrade previous versions. Now I have 2302 version and no problems to upgrade when this version put here in this Thread.

Sorry my english again. Thanks
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For some reason I thought it said you had the Pro. redface.gif

Have you tried renaming it to 3207.ROM or something similar?
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For some reason I thought it said you had the Pro. redface.gif
Have you tried renaming it to 3207.ROM or something similar?

Yep, I tried renaming "ASUS.rom" and same problem. My motherboard es ASUS P8P67 EVO first revision. I Never had problems to upgrade with previous versions, only this frown.gif.

I send mail to Asus support anyway.

Thanks for help and sorry my english :/.
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Yep, I tried renaming "ASUS.rom" and same problem. My motherboard es ASUS P8P67 EVO first revision. I Never had problems to upgrade with previous versions, only this frown.gif.
I send mail to Asus support anyway.
Thanks for help and sorry my english :/.

Stop saying sorry my english, once is enough.
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The 3207 BIOS is incompatible with B2 boards.
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The 3207 BIOS is incompatible with B2 boards.

im not so sure thats true.

There isnt anything in the BIOS that would effect the changes to B3 with the fixes to Sata hardware.
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Well I updated from Network Connections Software 16.8.1 to 17.0 a few weeks ago.
But I got huge problems, when I would turn off the computer I got random BSOD (because off Intel Network Connections) I tried everything (put everything in bios at stock) but I got the same problem.
So finally I made a new windows install, but shortly after I installed the Intel Network Connections 17.0 came the same BSOD when i rebot the pc.
Eventually, I drove the old Intel Network Connections 16.8.1 and it works perfect, from then I have never had a BSOD.


Is it fixed in version in the Intel Network Connections 17.1 version?
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Is it better to use the Intel P67 6.0 Gb/s SATA ports or the Marvell ones? Does it matter?
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