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Thread: GIGABYTE Latest Beta BIOS




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    Quote Originally Posted by j0nx View Post
    What issue is this? I am at F8 now and really want to see if F9 fixes my S3 not working but don't want to do that if my keyboard won't work afterwards. Anyone else upgrade to F9 on the X58 UD4P?
    S3 is working fine with any F9 bios

  2. #1612

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    Regarding new F9 UD4P, it says "Info: Flash the backup BIOS automatically", I flashed to latest F9 but my Backup bios is still on the same old bios

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    F9 seems the same as F9d for the UD4P.
    Keyboard is still not working @bootup (doesn't matter whether I enable USB Keyboard in the BIOS or not)

    Summary of UD4P Bioses (based on my experience):
    F9c keyboard and S3 works.
    F9d added the B2B CAS, keyboard doesn't work
    F9e looks the same as F9d
    F9 final added the XHD, keyboard still doesn't work
    Last edited by Nhawk; 08-13-2009 at 09:10 AM.

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    Where do I get F9c from? I don't see what good a bios is if you can't use the kb during boot to get back into the bios?? WTF are these guys doing at gigabyte? How could they even release a bios when the kb doesn't work at boot? Madness.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by j0nx View Post
    Where do I get F9c from? I don't see what good a bios is if you can't use the kb during boot to get back into the bios?? WTF are these guys doing at gigabyte? How could they even release a bios when the kb doesn't work at boot? Madness.

    what you can't even boot into the bios at all? Wow guess I really better stick with f9c.
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    I agree that they seem to have made a big mistake if you can't get into the BIOS at boot.

    If you're stuck and want to flash back to a previous version, you may need to use a PS2 keyboard. The issue sounds similar to one with my old MSI NForce 4 board. A BIOS flash left me unable to access the BIOS or choose between Windows 2000 and Windows XP. A PS2 keyboard was the only solution followed by a flash to the previous BIOS version.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    You can still get into the BIOS, but you can't even press enter for IDE CDROM or select anything for Windows (Repair, safe mode, etc..)
    You can find F9c in the "Previous BetaBios" link above F9 on first page.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Is it normal to get a message like

    "Checksum=2A00 press enter to continue or esc to abort"

    when flashing your BIOS?

    I have a GA-MA790XT-UD4P, Flashing to F5C

  9. #1619

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Have you reported this to the tech team? If not please do, and let us know what they have to say. Be sure to tell them this is a known issue by many users and link to specific posts about it if you can. I know it is an issue, but you would know better than I which threads at various sites to link them to, so they can see it is a known issue

    GA Support

    OK I got a reply back from Antec, they found the problem in early Truepower New powersupplies and have rectified the problem, so I guess its not a Gigabyte or X58 problem after all. Note this PSU is made by Seasonic so maybe they fixed the issue also.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    hey guys just askin if...is it safe to update my bios here on tweak town...i got a x48 dq6 and gigabyte's latest bios is just f8d for my mobo...it inhere on tweak town its now on f8e...is it safe to use??? cause f8d is still a beta bios on gigabyte's website...tnx fo the help guys...
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