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13-Jul-2016 22:46

Hi alli want to update the bios of my mobo asus m5a97 r2.0.

But the asus page has many updates since the launch of the mobo.

I'll plan to edit/update this post later, but feel free to let me know if anything isn't clear. A bad bios flash can kill ('brick' in our ROG terminology) your system, so that the system no longer works and needs to be sent back for repair.

Don't try this unless you have a good reason to update your bios and can take the chance of killing your system (if necessary, wait until there is a better time to try this). Make sure your battery is charged and your AC adapter is plugged in before trying this. Don't try this in the middle of a lightning storm or when there are potential disruptions (wait for them to pass). If your system is having hardware problems like lock-ups, overheating, bluescreens, etc., it's more likely your bios flash will fail, so avoid flashing the bios if you see any of these problems and try to fix them first in other ways. Download the bios file for your notebook from the ASUS download site and unzip the bios file.

If you get cold feet and change your mind about flashing the bios, you can still choose 'No' at the prompt to abort the process. After the bios has hopefully flashed successfully, re-enter the bios to load the default settings under the bios 'exit' menu and save and exit.

I switched on my computer this morning and I have this message greeting me and it's still ongoing; BIOS is updating.

Windows 8 users may have trouble getting into the bios with 'F2' (or through the 'ESC' key), so if necessary, boot to Win8 and select the 'settings' charm, Change PC Settings/General/Advanced Startup (restart now).

Once the system has restarted, choose Troubleshoot/Advanced options/UEFI Firmware Settings (restart) to enter the bios this way. Inside the bios use the arrow keys to go to the 'Advanced' menu at the top and choose the option for 'Start Easy Flash'. The ASUSTek Easy Flash Utility will start and you will see your drives on the left with cryptic names like 'FS0', 'FS1', etc., so browse through them to find the correct drive with the 'bios' folder and unzipped bios file you downloaded in step #1 above.

Hi guys, sorry for spamming the forum tonight but I've just spotted the new BIOS for the G750JW.Create a folder like 'bios' on your hard drive for the unzipped bios file.Some people will copy the bios file to a USB drive for flashing, but I prefer to skip this step and just load the bios file straight from the hard drive. Enter the bios using the 'F2' key as soon as you power on the notebook.My BIOS was 0603 and I haven't flashed or download the latest version. My specs are: Rampage V Extreme i7 5930K Corsair Hydro H110 Corsair Obsidian 750D Samsung ssd 840 EVO 1TB Seagate Barracuda 2TB 4X4GB Corsair Platinum Dominator 2666 Corsair AX1200i Lite-On 124-14 ROG Pheobus soundcard Gigabyte GTX Ge Force 670 Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit The update procedue should only occur after a UEFI update is made.If it ocurs any other time, it means the system is unstable.

Hi guys, sorry for spamming the forum tonight but I've just spotted the new BIOS for the G750JW.

Create a folder like 'bios' on your hard drive for the unzipped bios file.

Some people will copy the bios file to a USB drive for flashing, but I prefer to skip this step and just load the bios file straight from the hard drive. Enter the bios using the 'F2' key as soon as you power on the notebook.

My BIOS was 0603 and I haven't flashed or download the latest version. My specs are: Rampage V Extreme i7 5930K Corsair Hydro H110 Corsair Obsidian 750D Samsung ssd 840 EVO 1TB Seagate Barracuda 2TB 4X4GB Corsair Platinum Dominator 2666 Corsair AX1200i Lite-On 124-14 ROG Pheobus soundcard Gigabyte GTX Ge Force 670 Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit The update procedue should only occur after a UEFI update is made.

If it ocurs any other time, it means the system is unstable.

The 'BIOS is updating...' is still showing and no percentage counter is showing. I haven't done any fixes yet - I'm not sure where to start. I hope, I opened my case and noticed the pled is out of the system connector broken. And the joy is short lived - the message has not gone away.