Error updating bios
It is essential that you do it mistake free if you still want to be able to use your computer.
For the purposes of this article I am going to assume that you understand the risks of flashing your BIOS and have a good reason for upgrading your existing BIOS.
To boot into the secondary BIOS, you will want to first shut the system off and then move the BIOS switch to the secondary position.
Then the system should be able to POST again.2) With the system running and while still in Windows you will want to move the BIOS switch back to the primary position.
No Other file, only one file.3Power Off - CMOS Clear.4Go to Bios \ Q-Flash and click Bios File, and Update. Same result every time whether I use their server or d/l the file.
If the motherboard is unable to boot using the primary BIOS, you can still use the secondary BIOS to boot into the system.It is the first code that is executed at start-up and defines the way your motherboard will communicate with the system hardware components.The decision to flash your BIOS should not be taken lightly. Actually, the BIOS appears updated, but installation returned error code 1.
The BIOS on this machine is way behind and I've tried 4 different files (different versions of the bios update and 2 different downloads), but I get the same application error each time I try to run it in Windows.As crazy as it sounds, I'm wondering if someone saved their F2/F3g file and sent it to me if that would work as well. I've also tried using the files from the other servers (China, Europe...) with same results. Look at page 7 of the motherboard manual for the location of the clear bios button.