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post #3477 of (permalink) Old 03-15-2019, 10:52 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post
Okay, I'll give that a try. Probably not today, I have a lot to do. Thanks for the suggestion.
Definitely worth it since you'll have a working backup again, and not at all difficult.

Firstly, I'd strongly suggest you switch the system to single-bios mode if you've not already. It seems to solve all the strange "suddenly my system won't boot" and corrupt BIOS issues; keeping the buggy DualBIOS feature from breaking things when trying to do fancy automatic fail-over and re-flash stuff, by my guess.

From then on you just manually set the active BIOS using the BIOS selection switch. Boot up with your working BIOS, enter Q-Flash, then flip the BIOS selection switch right before executing the flash. I've successfully re-flashed my main and backup multiple times, as well as just using the selection switch to easily move between two versions for testing/comparison. I've also had zero issues with any "soft brick" or boot problems since moving to single-bios mode, when I did experience some before.

(19 items)
Ryzen 7 1800X
Gigabyte GA-AX370-Gaming K7
Sapphire Radeon RX Vega 56
G.Skill Trident Z RGB DDR4-3200 (4x 8GB)
Hard Drive
Western Digital Black 500GB m.2 NVMe
Hard Drive
SanDisk Extreme II 240GB SSD
Hard Drive
Western Digital Re 4TB HDD
Optical Drive
LiteOn DVD-R (iHAS524-B)
Power Supply
PC Power & Cooling 750W
Fluid Gaming A240 open loop liquid cooling kit
Fluid Gaming EK-FG 120 expansion kit
Fluid Gaming EK-AC Radeon Vega full-cover waterblock
Corsair Crystal 460X RGB Mid-ATX
Operating System
Windows 10 Pro
Nixeus NX-EDG27 27" 2560x1440 144Hz
Logitech Y-UY95
Razer Abyssus V2
Onkyo HT-R410 receiver
Polk Audio Monitor 40 Series II speakers
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