Updating bios using asus ez flash 2 partnership transfer to liquidating trust

I also frequently had black screens after plugging in my USB devices.

That is a common problem of old BIOS versions and documented at

The one new thing i am noticing on attempting to boot is a message about the ASUS Express Gate which i had never seen before this little debacle.

Any ideas what the hell i have done to my computer?

Asus Update is for 32-bit only, AFUDOS doesn't appear to work on my Windows 7 64-bit system (I think it's supposed to run in DOS or something - but that just sounds confusing since I know nothing about DOS). Remember to use a flash drive that is formatted FAT/FAT32 and also rename the file to a short file name such as 1804. ROM file from the file the BIOS downloads from, EZ-Flash does not support ZIP files. (At least for some older BIOS versions.) You must have a FAT/FAT32 (not ex FAT) filesystem.

Highly recommend backing up the current BIOS by hitting the B key, name it something like 0210. Tom, In AI Suite II, click on the update button, then ASUS update. It will ask you how you want to update the bios, and you can select "from the Internet", download the BIOS or whatever.

A BIOS update can help to restore the functionality of your USB ports and stop the annoying black screens.

Downloading the wrong BIOS update can result in damaged hardware.

If the file is executable (*.exe) follow your computers documention.

second is you put the file on a dvd, cd, usb drive and reboot from the media. Ken System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Pavillion dv-7 1005 Tx OS Win 8 Release candidate 8400 CPU [email protected] Memory 4 gigs Graphics Card Nvidia 9600M Sound Card HD built-in Monitor(s) Displays 17" Wxga Screen Resolution 1440x900 Gamer Evening.

I suppose the most direct and easiest way is just to update from the Internet.

Uh oh, so it’s been a while since I last updated my BIOS.

Of course, updating the BIOS is always risky business, but the chance that there’s an energy outage while you are updating your BIOS is ridiculous low. Before you update your BIOS you should ask yourself, is it really necessary, do I really have to update my BIOS?

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