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    I fitted a new motherboard nto a new system that had previously been getting a lot of BSOD's.
    Ever since I changed the motherboard to GA-G31M-ES2A, it has come up with intermittent disk errors. The BIOS version is F3 (14/8/08)
    Today I flashed the BIOS with version F8 (5/2/09). Has anyone reported any problems with this version and Vista?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommy2k8 View Post
    I fitted a new motherboard nto a new system that had previously been getting a lot of BSOD's.
    Ever since I changed the motherboard to GA-G31M-ES2A, it has come up with intermittent disk errors. The BIOS version is F3 (14/8/08)
    Today I flashed the BIOS with version F8 (5/2/09). Has anyone reported any problems with this version and Vista?
    Try reformat and reinstall Vista over again with new build machine.

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    Default Re: Ga-g31m-es2l

    I haven't had any problems with it so far, I was just wondering whether anyone had had any

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    Default Re: Ga-g31m-es2l

    Does anybody know what the most recent BIOS release for the GA-G31-ES2L (5/2/09) fixes specifically? All it says on the Gigabyte website is fixes BIOS failure and enhances system compatibility

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