Updating bios for m2n32 sli deluxe

19-Dec-2017 11:40

link the dual boot on "one" hard drive from the Been there done that. TWO SATA Drives - want an OS on each, dual boot menu upon boot up.1.I have Windows 7 Ultimate (64 bit) upon which I will install Windows XP Professional (32-bit).3.I have 2 ASUS M2N-SLI Deluxe motherboards, and waiting for my new CPUs to arrive - Athlon 64 x2 5600 .Now it seems the good old 90nm 2MB version of the CPU is being phased out and new supplies arriving are the new kind, stepping G2, 65nm, 1MB L2.IF it can reflash the BIOS If you put the mobo cd / dvd in, and it manages to reflash it (it should reflash it if you turn the power on and put the cd in and wait), it'll reflash it to the original BIOS, that was on it It'll reset the BIOS to the default settings, yup You'll have to reconfigure the settings again, then save them.IF it can reflash the BIOS If you put the mobo cd / dvd in, and it manages to reflash it (it should reflash it if you turn the power on and put the cd in and wait), it'll reflash it to the original BIOS, that was on it Awesome. If I use the Award BIOS flash utility to flash the bios using a USB drive, do I need to do anything to it so it will boot, or will the system know to boot from it if I put on the correct files and meet thge requirements listed on the ASUS website?

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Have removed the battery and reset the jumper as per the instructions in my mobo manual (I read it thoroughly this time).

The system still won't boot, an I can't access the bios.

Can't remember where it was from, but it was retail new. Cheers Justin You sould READ the info on the ASUS site, which specifically said DONT use EZ-Flash, if the BIOS is below 0304.

Speedy - I did use e Zflash becasue it was supported in the bios (under advanced tab I think). I tried the CD, but the mobo won't read from my DVD (and besides I can't get any signal to my monitor). For the later versions of the BIOS You wont get a signal, until you can get it to reflash.

All downloads available on this website have been scanned by the latest anti-virus software and are guaranteed to be virus and malware-free.Have removed the battery and reset the jumper as per the instructions in my mobo manual (I read it thoroughly this time).The system still won't boot, an I can't access the bios.Can't remember where it was from, but it was retail new. Cheers Justin You sould READ the info on the ASUS site, which specifically said DONT use EZ-Flash, if the BIOS is below 0304.Speedy - I did use e Zflash becasue it was supported in the bios (under advanced tab I think). I tried the CD, but the mobo won't read from my DVD (and besides I can't get any signal to my monitor). For the later versions of the BIOS You wont get a signal, until you can get it to reflash.There is no signal to the monitor and the USB ports on the mobo remain unpowered. If you private message me with your contact details I can give you a call tomorrow and you can let me know what suits you. I've had a read of some of the threads on the ASUS forum about this mobo.