After searching some forums, it was apparent that many people were unable to get windows to reflect changed voltages, and were able to fix it by updating the bios to F5 or F6a. So I decide to update to F6a(beta). I flashed using Qflash The flash worked and would always post, and I was able to get back into the bios and load optimized default, but after trying to boot windows, it would crash or spit out some strange bunch of text about either bootmanagers, checksum or some other error that was never the same twice after posting. One time it actually loaded a command prompt that looked like: grub> with a few lines of text at the top that mentioned something about BASH, something i had never seen before. Very strange.
I attributed this to the bios being in beta, so i decided to flash the bios with the latest non beta: F5. The same problems were happening. Also, sometimes while changing settings in the bios, graphical artifacts would appear and the system would lock.
I then reverted back to the F4 version of the bios which I had originally saved from the board before flashing, and after having to flash twice due to a failed verification (second time worked fine), everything worked just the same as before I had flashed with the beta bios. It boots into Vista with no errors.
I have never encountered problems like this in previous experience with flashing other boards.