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    Asus Logo

    HiYa. When I updated my bios I also updated my Asus logo screen. Now I want the old one back and I do not know how to do that. Is there a way? Thanks
    Also. Is anyone having boot up difficulties with the 1003 bios? Seems my system does not like to boot up every time I power up and I have to shut it down and reboot. This does not happen everytime but it is not something I want. Thanks
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    It might be a good idea to flash your BIOS back to the BIOS version that worked well with your system. When you flash your bios the boot screen should be returned to normal.

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    Memory (part number)SNIPER F3-14900CL9D-8GB X2 DDR3 1866
    Graphics Card #1ASUS GTX980-4GB5
    MonitorASUS VE258Q
    Storage #1SamSung SSD 840EVO 500GB
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    CPU CoolerENERMAX LiqTech 120X 44MM
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    Thanks HiVizMan. I will.
    ASUS CrossHair V Formula, CPU FX-8370 Black Unlocked Edition, CPU Cooler: ENERMAX LiquidTech 120x 44MM, Win7 Pro 64 bit, PSU SilverStone SST-ST1000P, GPU ASUS GTX 980, Samsung SSD 840EVO 500GB, WD1002FAEX Caviar Black 1T x2, G.Skill Sniper 1866 4x4GB, ASUS VE258 LED Monitor, ASUS BW-12B1ST Blu-ray Writer, RoseWell 25 in1 Card Reader, InWin BUC Case, TP Link Wireless N600 Modem/Router, SteelSeries KUH0702 keyboard or Longitech Wireless

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    Memory (part number)SNIPER F3-14900CL9D-8GB X2 DDR3 1866
    Graphics Card #1ASUS GTX980-4GB5
    MonitorASUS VE258Q
    Storage #1SamSung SSD 840EVO 500GB
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    On the bios update, What does 'enable bios downgradeable' mean? thanks
    ASUS CrossHair V Formula, CPU FX-8370 Black Unlocked Edition, CPU Cooler: ENERMAX LiquidTech 120x 44MM, Win7 Pro 64 bit, PSU SilverStone SST-ST1000P, GPU ASUS GTX 980, Samsung SSD 840EVO 500GB, WD1002FAEX Caviar Black 1T x2, G.Skill Sniper 1866 4x4GB, ASUS VE258 LED Monitor, ASUS BW-12B1ST Blu-ray Writer, RoseWell 25 in1 Card Reader, InWin BUC Case, TP Link Wireless N600 Modem/Router, SteelSeries KUH0702 keyboard or Longitech Wireless

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