I had the same problems and couldnt see my ASUS EZ MODE in the Bios only Advanced so i tryed many of ways to downgrade my Bios and failed,then i tryed something different and it worked this is what i done.
I hope this helps you
1. Restart pc go into advanced bios and selected tools
2. Then select bios flashback
In bios flashback you will see bios status bios 1on top
below that you will see
Bios boot selection and in the box number 1
Change that to 2 and press enter
You will be asked 2 options select yes and the pc will restart.
Once the pc restarts select delete to go into the bios again and you will see ASUS EZ MODE again.
Go into Advanced then tools and select Bios Flashback.
You will see bios 2 up the top this time.
Know to make the first bios the same has this one
1. Bios boot selection is 1 in the box
2. select Copy current bios to another flash
Select yes and your pc will turn off.
The bios chip lights will flash together on the motherboard.
Don’t be worried about that and don’t restart your pc it will restart by its self after it has completed file transfer it takes around 3 or more minutes .
Leave it alone it will work but it takes some time to do it don’t worry it will work.
Once that has completed file transfer and rebooted you need to go back in the Bios
into advanced select tools then bios flashback.
Change it back to 1 in the box hit enter and select yes.
Once restarted then install bios 2302 with AI Suit.
Last edited by mrdata1963; 05-04-2012 at 08:14 PM.
email received from asus Brazil (was removed by asus ez mode)
A opção do EZ Mode realmente foi retirada do Setup, visto que algumas incrementações foram colocadas e como o chip do Flash ROM tem capacidade limitada à 32MB, teve de tirar algumas funções para incluir outras mais importantes, para manter o tamanho do mesmo.
The EZ Mode option was actually removed from the setup, since some incrementações were placed and how the Flash ROM chip has the capacity limited to 32MB, had to take some functions to include other more important to keep the size of it.
Oh that is very interesting. I did not know that.
Thanks my Brazilian friend.
Now my -open- question to you, the community people, is something that has been puzzling me for sometime:
what would happen if you buy a larger-size chip, flash it with an EEprom flasher with the bios of a motherboard that comes with a stock bios chip of lower capacity? Would that work?
Let me speak with an example: the p8p67 pro comes with a 4MB (or 32Mbit) bios chip from factory; what would happen if I take my p8z68-v pro bios chip which is 8MB (or 64Mbit) and flash it externally with the p8p67 pro bios. Would my p8p67 pro mobo work?
I am about to do that experiment, but I am afraid that I will fry my motherboard. Has anyone tried or does anyone know about these things that could shed light on my question?
Sorry OP for hijacking your post, but I could not resist
am now more calm will not reverse the bios ....
the reason there is to be removed from the EZ MODE ...
DEBUG CODE ON THE MOTHER BOARD A0 HE TOLD ME THAT THIS IS NOT MISTAKE IS JUST THE POST BUT THIS SYSTEM RUNS ALL PREFEITAMENTE ~ ...
Some interesting info for you people.
I did the experiment described two posts above and a larger capacity chip worked on my p8h67-m le motherboard. Guess what: it took slightly longer to post, actually exactly the same time as my p8z68-v pro, which means that larger capacity bios chip takes longer to be read!