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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by nforce View Post
    When we update to a new BIOS why do we lose the saved profiles? Is it just me ?

    The BIOS should save the profiles no matter what since loading a profile is the easiest way to get started after updating to a new BIOS.
    Of course,you loose your profile in the BIOS,once is flashed with new BIOS.
    Latest stable profile you can boot in new flashed BIOS if "Load Optimized Defaults" is Disabled.
    Btw,save your profile on USB/HD (FAT32),take only 1KB.

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    Forgot to notice that must adjust setting againg
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Still not suggested as per my previous post. See here for more thoughts I just posted for another user about going from BIOS to BIOS >>
    XtremeSystems Forums - View Single Post - Gigabyte EX58-UD5/Extreme Discussion Thread

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    XtremeSystems Forums - View Single Post - Gigabyte EX58-UD5/Extreme Discussion Thread

    Now saving BIOS profiles and using with the same version is fine, maybe even the same series such as F7x and F7x but even that I would not advise because often there are settings under the hood that you may or may not want saved or applied between them.

    Either way when using a new BIOS you should start over anyway, and not expect things to run the same because they ARE NOT the same at all. More goes into a BIOS then just a few pieces of code and a setting here or there. MANY changes are present between all BIOS revisions, not just the ones we are aware of.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Agree with you,just missed to note.
    Every BIOS is different and stable setting need to be adjust again.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Right, I know people like to use the BIOS save profile feature and it is nice to have, but people always try to complain that old Fx is not as good as good as new F10 because it fails to work at the same settings, ect. And having an option of using saved profiles only makes this worse because some will try a profile from F2 with F10 BIOS and wonder why the issues.

    I really wish users would understand just how different each revision is, I have to try to explain this (And efforts are always Futile I Believe) that at least 10 times a month often more. People never understand why old BIOS settings don't work with new BIOS's.

    They are just not the same is why, at all. You often must start over, sure sometimes you can use similar or even the same settings, but you can't just say a BIOS sucks because it does not work at the same settings, and then go back to a 3-4 month old BIOS. That only causes yourself headaches
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    Question Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Stasio & Lsdmeasap---I'm running into a problem with the BIOS updates for the EX58-UD4P.....the 9B & 9C both stop right about drive detection & I get a reboot in a endless loop. I'm very sure that it is from the new AHCI update, but I'm not sure how to go about debugging it......any suggestions/thoughts/etc??

    I'm a Linux only system, but I'm also fairly sure that is not my problem--I don't even get close to the bootloader--where I would get loading for CD twice (I set the DVD units to load before the hard-drives) is the start of problem---one DVD is SATA, the other is ATA/IDE......

    Running a early 920--not sure about stepping....I'm heading for work right now--will be able to get info requested in about 8 hours.....

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Right, I know people like to use the BIOS save profile feature and it is nice to have, but people always try to complain that old Fx is not as good as good as new F10 because it fails to work at the same settings, ect. And having an option of using saved profiles only makes this worse because some will try a profile from F2 with F10 BIOS and wonder why the issues.

    I really wish users would understand just how different each revision is, I have to try to explain this (And efforts are always Futile I Believe) that at least 10 times a month often more. People never understand why old BIOS settings don't work with new BIOS's.

    They are just not the same is why, at all. You often must start over, sure sometimes you can use similar or even the same settings, but you can't just say a BIOS sucks because it does not work at the same settings, and then go back to a 3-4 month old BIOS. That only causes yourself headaches
    Completely agree , a lot of tweaks and fixes in the newer BIOS may not work well with an older profile. Especially if the fixes are Voltage related , addition of extra setting options etc... Thanks again !
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    Btw,last update has been just week ago.
    I know! It's just that you mentioned possible new update soon when you posted that bios :)

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    any chance of us getting a "Back-To-Back CAS Delay" option added to the X58 BIOS's please?
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by GHz View Post
    any chance of us getting a "Back-To-Back CAS Delay" option added to the X58 BIOS's please?
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    re : 7c for EX58-UD3R

    i had slight panic when it unzipped to a .bin

    so i went to 'Optimised Defaults' .. before flashing .. and lo- my USB kbd no workee
    ha ha
    luckily i has a el cheapo IBM PS2 falling about eh

    in-Bios flasher saw it fine on my 2nd FAT32 partition

    MASSIVE improvement in boot speed , no more waiting at the two AHCI bioses

    nice one

    course now i have to spend some time re-setting it all, to get my mem back up etc

    ive done it before tho

    hmm . . this bios is 7c
    does this mean its a ceti
    Last edited by eto; 07-10-2009 at 07:17 PM. Reason: its a ceti

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