Troubleshooting updating bios on a7n8x deluxe does hoda kotb still dating jay
within the Motherboards, Bios & CPU forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category.this morning i wanted to update my motherboard Bios to 1008 version.Power up his motherboard Start the flash process Get to the "click ok to begin" Pry out his flash chip while the board is live Put in yours (also while the board is live) Click Ok and let the flash go Insert a disclaimer here that says you are on your own and can't come after me for anything if you try this, and fail You can get a new chip at Cheaper than a new board.
Charlie PS I have that board and recently upgraded to 1008.
I booted with the diskette, started to update this morning i wanted to update my motherboard Bios to 1008 version.
I booted with the diskette, started to update and in the middle of the update, there was a write failure and it blocked. When i try to do the update again, i always reveive 'unknown flash type' anyone who has an idea what i can try to do (i will try to clear my RAM/CMOS this evening but i'm not sure this will help) I will try to put back the original BIOS, if that doesn't work, i'll try to clear the CMOS.
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Just copy the BIOS binary into a floppy and write down the full name of the file (extension as well).2. Just to be on the safe side, before flashing, go into your BIOS reset all your settings to default....I was one of the suckers that used an MSI flash utility about a year and a half ago and got red lights, so I do not want to re-live that moment of "oh crap! Yes, you can use XP to format as a DOS start-up disk. I think it's going to present you with some options first. It'll ask you for the filename which you will type in."Here are the direction that ASUS provides: How to Manage and Update your Motherboard's BIOSUpon First Use of the Computer System Create a bootable system floppy disk by typing [FORMAT A:/S] from the DOS prompt without creating "AUTOEXEC. Then it'll verify that the BIOS is right and go to the update screen. Then, when it's done, it'll tell you when you can reboot.Furthermore there is no version 1009 available for downloadfrom ASUS. I need help updating my BIOs for my ASUS A7N8X Deluxe Motherboard. When the programming is finished, Flashed Successfylly will be display. Stick a blank floppy in the drive, right click on it in My Computer, and choose Format.
Then, it will ask you if you want to save your old BIOS to disk, say no since you will not have enough space. If you're still unsure, you can use the Asus Update utility to upgrade directly from XP. It offers you the option of resetting your BIOS values to the defaults, so if you choose this, you'll need to go back in the BIOS once you reboot and change them back.