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    How to use ASUS ROG USB BIOS Flashback

    How to use the ASUS Republic of Gamers USB BIOS flash back

    The minimum hardware requirements for USB BIOS flash back is to have a Motherboard with ATX Power Supply on and plugged into the wall. You do not need to have a CPU, RAM, Graphics Card, or Hard Drive connected to the system.
    The system does not need to be turned on or pass POST (Power On Self Test)

    1. Acquire a USB Thumb Drive
    2. Format the USB drive with a FAT32 file system
    3. Download the latest BIOS for your motherboard and place the extracted ROM file on the USB drive
    4. Be sure to rename your file according to the motherboard model. If you have an Rampage III extreme, rename the file to R3E. If you have a Maximus IV Extreme rename the file to M4E.
    5. Place the USB drive into the ROG Connect USB Port
    ASUS_ROG_Connect _Port.jpg

    5. Hold the Rog connect button down for 5 seconds and an amber light near the BIOS chips will flash for several seconds and when flashing has stopped the BIOS has been successfully updated..

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    The BIOS Flashback help page has also been updated for CAP upgrades:
    http://event.asus.com/2012/mb/USB_BIOS_Flashback_GUIDE/
    Last edited by MarshallR@ASUS; 10-19-2012 at 07:04 AM.



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    ROG Connect USB BIOS flash back video guide in progress



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    No CPU, No Ram, that's amassing

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkedOne View Post
    No CPU, No Ram, that's amassing
    BIOS Flash back has saved me a lot of time and money in avoiding an RMA for a bad BIOS



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    .... why doesnt everyone do that? it makes so much sense!

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    Quote Originally Posted by V2-V3 View Post
    4. Be sure to rename your file according to the motherboard model. If you have an Rampage III extreme, rename the file to R3E. If you have a Maximus IV Extreme rename the file to R4E.


    Did you mean to say" If you have a Maximus IV Extreme rename the file to M4E" insted of R4E or dosent it matter?

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    Bonjours he(she,it) my the very interesting air(sight) its walking(step) with crosshair formulated v and if yes how I little named the Roma file.
    Thank you very much

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    Is this process possible on an Asus Crosshair V Formula ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    .... why doesnt everyone do that? it makes so much sense!
    It is an Asus innovation
    Thomas Jenner
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    Would someone PLEASE make this a STICKY!

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