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Do you need to install windows first or you can do it from a usb stick or after installation you can do it with the file on the hard drive
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Extract the rom file and put it on a flashdrive. Has to be formatted in Fat32. Use the flashing program in the bios. you can do this before installing windows if you want.
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^^ The easiest way to do this, I just updated mine. BTW it will overclock once you flash from your stock settings. If u go to the 1055 I just updated last night with the ez flash.

I just put the .rom file in a USB that is formatted with FAT 32. You can do this in Windows. Then have the USB plugged in, boot up into Bios and go to advanced. Then select the EZ flash. Look for your USB out of the choices, and select the 1055.rom file It's as simple as that.

You can't load a rom off your hard drive. IT has to be dragged onto your working USB.
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Was this a typo? I see an update 1053 on Asus' website dated for (I think) 1/5/11. I just got my parts last night and I haven't plugged anything in yet so I wasn't sure if this was a fresh-pipin-hot update or just a typo
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Be carefull with Asus bios updates. Sometimes the newest bios isn't the best.

The latest p7p55d bios cause a lot of problems for everyone that tried it, and we had to hack an older bios to roll back. Its a big pita

Try running you system with the bios that came on it first, and only update if you have stability problems.
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