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Hey, i don't have a floppy drive to update my bios, does Asus provide a tool to update through windows?
 

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Download new BIOS to C:\\

Make a new folder called BIOS UPDATE: UnZip the new Bios to that directory.

Tap ALT + F2 at startup (keep doing it) til you get to the EZBios screen.

press TAB to select which drive, then navigate to the unpacked Bios.

That should work for the P5k
 

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Download new BIOS to C:\\

Make a new folder called BIOS UPDATE: UnZip the new Bios to that directory.

Tap ALT + F2 at startup (keep doing it) til you get to the EZBios screen.

press TAB to select which drive, then navigate to the unpacked Bios.

That should work for the P5k

can i burn the bios file to a cd-rw and boot from that?
 

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uh..why not just use Afudos in windows..? I worked fine for me..currently running the 505 BIOS on both of the P5K's.
 

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I have another Asus mobo and I updated BIOS via Windows with a software called ASUSUpdate. I installed it from the CD that came with the mobo. I'm not sure if that exist for your mobo. You can try looking for it.

Ok, i just have to wait till the e6750 cpu comes out before i can do any of this.
I just want to be all set when i put together this new intel system
 

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Format a flash drive with FAT or FAT32, put the new bios on it then go to bios, select EZ Flash under tools menu.
You will see your falsh drive listed in there, select your bios and it will do it's stuff.
Have done it a few times without any problems.
 
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