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post #6521 of 9867 (permalink) Old 06-17-2019, 07:17 PM
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Can't he just use BIOS flashback ?
He can sure try it, but not sure if it will allow you to go back AGESA levels - anyone else remember?

It won't hurt to try.

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post #6522 of 9867 (permalink) Old 06-17-2019, 07:43 PM
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He can sure try it, but not sure if it will allow you to go back AGESA levels - anyone else remember?

It won't hurt to try.
IIRC it was PMU firmware that you couldn't go back on, not AGESA?

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Quote: Originally Posted by chakku View Post
IIRC it was PMU firmware that you couldn't go back on, not AGESA?
Can't remember - try flashback - if it doesn't work, use Afueifix64

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post #6524 of 9867 (permalink) Old 06-18-2019, 12:21 AM
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Updated from stable 1201 to 2304 this morning when i had free time just to paly around. Its utterly ****. The problem is now i cant go back to 1201. Tried 3-4 times. What the heck. ***

Quote: Originally Posted by Rusakova View Post
Can't he just use BIOS flashback ?
Quote: Originally Posted by crakej View Post
He can sure try it, but not sure if it will allow you to go back AGESA levels - anyone else remember?

It won't hurt to try.

Quote: Originally Posted by chakku View Post
IIRC it was PMU firmware that you couldn't go back on, not AGESA?

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Can't remember - try flashback - if it doesn't work, use Afueifix64

Post 3 of this thread, section How to use Flashback (ie updating motherboard UEFI), I have added text:-

Note: Flashback will allow you to flash any UEFI you would like featuring support for your board, regardless what version it is, AGESA version, etc, etc.
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Quote: Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post
Note: Flashback will allow you to flash any UEFI you would like featuring support for your board, regardless what version it is, AGESA version, etc, etc.
Thanks for confirming @gupsterg

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NP , TBH even the modded UEFI I have been making I've used flashback to flash them.

A day or so ago I went from say modded UEFI 2304 all the way back to first release UEFI.

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Thank you all. Tried flashback and it worked , I'm back on 1201 !

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@gupsterg that is where I am stuck with this new size bios. It just will not flash.

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Completely new installer for the drivers now, also took quite a bit longer to install, even compared to a brand new fresh install on the older one. Hopefully for the better!

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Completely new installer for the drivers now, also took quite a bit longer to install, even compared to a brand new fresh install on the older one. Hopefully for the better!
yes i just installed it too
but i noticed it doesn't contain anymore the ryzen balanced plan, or maybe i didn't see it

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