Updating bios using asus ez flash 2
Just for the record: try to remove one of the DIMMs (the one closer to the CPU, forgot which slot number it is), turn on power, the BIOS will POST now. Hmm, there actually is a comment on the ASUS website: 'Earlier BIOS may boot up with single channel memory only' Install a working BIOS via EZ Flash or AFUDOS and then put the 2nd DIMM back in (after switching off). SLanguage=en-us&model=A8V Deluxe Apparently the problem is that the BIOS on the support CD is too old to run certain newer CPUs in dual-channel mode, that's why removing one of the DIMMs helps (sometimes).The update utility is often part of the download package from the manufacturer. If one is not available, you can still use the USB stick to update your BIOS in an UEFI environment, if such is a feature of your motherboard.Take the BIOS update you downloaded from the manufacturer’s website and place it on the USB stick.I thought it may be a good idea for future reference to use my favourable Google status to tell the world about my experiences flashing the BIOS on my Asus A8V Deluxe motherboard. In an effort to make the computer as up to date as possible, I decided to upgrade the BIOS. Asus has a unique feature on their boards that will let you flash directly from floppy or cd, without booting into dos first. Having no access to my floppy drive because of the buggy beta bios, I decided to use the CD that came with the motherboard and flash the BIOS version that's on it. Flashing went as planned (I'ld even say it went surprisingly well), but unfortunately the machine would not boot, not beep, not do anything...Note: this post is a bit long and windy, but there's an hilarious tech support reply in the end... Using Asus (ugly-as-sin) Windows based flash utility, I upgraded to the latest non-beta BIOS. That would be the safest, surest working option, right? I thought something must have gone wrong with the flashing, but some googling learned me the BIOS on the CD must have been too old for my processor, and instead of running the processor at a low speed, Asus decided it was best to just shut down to prevent damage.Press Window Key R to access the “RUN” command window.Then type “msinfo32” to bring up your computer’s System Information log.
Once started, you will be asked to navigate to the BIOS file.Nonetheless, you’re now armed with a slick and efficient way to update your BIOS using a simple USB stick.Attempting to connect to the “Internet” to flash my BIOS to fix my ram problems, when trying both DHCP and entering server info into PPPo E it’s met with “Connection failed”. My computer always end up crashing with this new ram I haven’t flash BIOS since I got the motherboard back in August 2018, it’s currently ver 4011 but even if that’s the up to date one this needs to be fixed.in the most , the chip is ok still, you could reflash the bios by hot-replug :, you could try with another ( with the same pcb version), please do as below: Because there have danger in this way,so I suggest you contact your dealer and let he do it fou you, I think he has the enough condition to do it. flash , maybe the chip is bad, please contact with your reseller for RMA. A visit to a friendly computer shop was more helpful, and three days later I had a working setup once more.Update: If you're affected by the same issue, be sure to read jmarelle's comment below for a possible (but unconfirmed) solution While googling around, I came across the posting of another fellow with the same problem.