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Windows 7: Conflict devices... Strange and hard trouble

12 Dec 2009   #11

Windows 7, Linux

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Angro View Post
Guys, listen to my story. And remember, that Winflash is evil!
I've downloaded last update for bios and tried to install it trough the Winflash. The install was ok, but when i rebooted my machine i saw NOTHING. Only the black screen. I've almost get sh**ted...
That's very good, that ASUS put little more programs than only BIOS for dumb people like me. This recovery program ask me my motherboard CD. My shaking hand put it into drive... The flashing of BIOS from backup firmware was complete succesfully and i had take a deep breath... Never use the winflash.
It was a hard day. Tomorrow I'll update the BIOS from the DOS like it should be and will post in this thread. I am going to sleep. Bye

I have flashed through win64 even and it worked. =P If your very careful about how it goes it should work fine, although some MB's compat miles will vary. Though you don't need a floppy, you can use a usb device as well....

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There are other sites for it, but either way it's a ****ing lifesaver.... Not like the candy, but works just as good

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