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post #2871 of 3000
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Originally Posted by guido1993 View Post

Same changelog as the previous BIOS? (for the P8P67 Deluxe, at least!)

i looked back at several, they all pretty much say the same thing.

Not particularly helpful.
post #2872 of 3000
I wonder why the rev. 3.0 did not get this:

P8P67 PRO (REV 3.1) BIOS 3602
1.Improve compatibility with Windows 8 OS.

Incidentally, if you are on Windows 8 and you install new BIOS within OS with AI Suite, download the one for Maximus V M/B. They haven't update the utility for P8P67. It works normally, though. I installed only the ASUS update. Then, I wanted to uninstall it because I consider it bloated crap, but the process wasn't easy. It left a lot of "leftovers" behind, such as services and other crap. Manually disable all ASUS-related in services and delete the folders. Use ccleaner registry if you want for further cleaning.
Edited by Deo Domuique - 11/28/12 at 11:46pm
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I flashed Sabertooth P67 with 3602 today, windows loads a few seconds slower, SSD/HDD activity light is less active during OS load, other then that everything else is the same.
post #2874 of 3000
"Image integrity check failed" again with the new BIOS. Asus P8P67 EVO B2 here.

I cant upgrade the lastest BIOS, this "3602" and "3207" BIOS, both have the same problem "image integrity cheack failed".

Crap ASUS, crap mad.gif
Edited by grifers - 11/29/12 at 3:42pm
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Are you trying from USB stick ? Check usb stick file system. If it's fat32, reformat with NTFS, or vice versa. And get a hashing utility that can give you crc32 or md5 of a file so you can check copied files if they are intact. (crc32 matching source file)

Here are the EVO changelog, the only difference is GTX 680 compatibility.

P8P67 EVO BIOS 3602
1.Improve system stability.
2.Enhance compatibility with some USB devices.
3.Fixed Nvidia GTX 680 hang when runing with UEFI driver.
4.Support new CPUs. Please refer to our website at:

I'm not gonna try the new bios because nothing's wrong atm with 3207. Especially after I set my rams to 1n (1t), I don't get services crashing (on random starts) or memtest errors. Weird, the rams are actually rated for 2n(2t) biggrin.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Catscratch View Post

Are you trying from USB stick ? Check usb stick file system. If it's fat32, reformat with NTFS, or vice versa. And get a hashing utility that can give you crc32 or md5 of a file so you can check copied files if they are intact. (crc32 matching source file)
Here are the EVO changelog, the only difference is GTX 680 compatibility.
P8P67 EVO BIOS 3602
1.Improve system stability.
2.Enhance compatibility with some USB devices.
3.Fixed Nvidia GTX 680 hang when runing with UEFI driver.
4.Support new CPUs. Please refer to our website at:
I'm not gonna try the new bios because nothing's wrong atm with 3207. Especially after I set my rams to 1n (1t), I don't get services crashing (on random starts) or memtest errors. Weird, the rams are actually rated for 2n(2t) biggrin.gif

The problem (I think) is my revision, is B2. The lastest bios is only for B3 revision.

anyway I'll try what you say biggrin.gif.

Thanks.
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post #2877 of 3000
ah ok. asus only lists evo rev3.0 (b3) on their website.
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I've been running the 3602 BIOS on my P8P67 Deluxe (rev 3.0 B3) for a day or two now since it came out, haven't noticed any issues with it so far.
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post #2879 of 3000
thanks for the update...
post #2880 of 3000
so, the big question is: is there any compelling reason to update to the new bios?
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