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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    create a bootable usb key or similar and once in dos mode, flash using the command
    spiflash.exe ex58ex.f9a
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    Quote Originally Posted by GHz View Post
    create a bootable usb key or similar and once in dos mode, flash using the command
    spiflash.exe ex58ex.f9a
    thank ya

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Be also sure you load optimized defaults, save and apply/reboot and go back to the BIOS to check your disk settings and load windows (AT Defaults)

    This way the DMI pool is allowed to recreate with the new BIOS and the backup BIOS will then be flashed at the IRQ Screen as windows begins to load. Then reboot as normal and do your overclock settings, Needed BIOS changed, ect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Be also sure you load optimized defaults, save and apply/reboot and go back to the BIOS to check your disk settings and load windows (AT Defaults)

    This way the DMI pool is allowed to recreate with the new BIOS and the backup BIOS will then be flashed at the IRQ Screen as windows begins to load. Then reboot as normal and do your overclock settings, Needed BIOS changed, ect.
    I'be no idea what you're talking about :P

    I just flashed the bios and the first time I POST after the flash there was an auto recovery, then the motherboard did a reboot and after that I checked the Motherboard in CPU-z which shows me that my motherboard is recognized as ''Extreme''

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    congrats on the new board lol

    glad it all went well for you
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    Quote Originally Posted by GHz View Post
    congrats on the new board lol

    glad it all went well for you
    Couldn't have done it without you *hugs*

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudkip View Post
    He said he had the F9A bios working on a UD5 , and that's not possible without modding the bios checksum
    I see. Thanks for clarifying.

    Edit. Congrats on the successful cross flash. It's always nice to get a little bit extra for free. Basically doing that, you've as good as "earned" yourself some money.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Yeah I think you could even flash the UD4P to Extreme but I'm not sure :P
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by mudkip View Post
    Yeah I think you could even flash the UD4P to Extreme but I'm not sure :P
    Yeap, works fine

    Can and will void your warranty though if something happens and you have to send it in like that though. So keep that in mind

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    I am more than satisfied with my setup to mess with it but what are the advantages of using the extreme bios on a ud5 or ud4p?
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