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jsarver
09-21-2013, 03:31 AM
Tried updating to the latest bios from the asus page. Keep getting an error saying the bios name is incorrect. The one I Am trying is only one listed online. Any help or explanation is appreciated.

Pitcher@asus
09-23-2013, 03:06 AM
how do you update bios? ezflash or winflash?

jsarver
09-23-2013, 06:10 AM
I use ezflash. This has been corrected though. I went looking for the bios yesterday before the g750jha was uploaded to the website. All is well now and running great.

cosmicmango
09-23-2013, 10:25 AM
Tried updating to the latest bios from the asus page. Keep getting an error saying the bios name is incorrect. The one I Am trying is only one listed online. Any help or explanation is appreciated.

There are two updated BIOS versions for the G750JH - BIOS 205 (G750JH) and BIOS 203 (G750JHA) when you go into Ezflash check your old BIOS name it will end with either JH or JHA.

I updated with BIOS 203 as this is the update if your system is configured for RAID. BIOS 205 is for all model that are configured using ACHI Mode.

rizwan.wangde
11-10-2013, 05:51 PM
I just upgraded, but I still find my Processor stuck at 0.77 GHz when my power cord is disconnected...




There are two updated BIOS versions for the G750JH - BIOS 205 (G750JH) and BIOS 203 (G750JHA) when you go into Ezflash check your old BIOS name it will end with either JH or JHA.

I updated with BIOS 203 as this is the update if your system is configured for RAID. BIOS 205 is for all model that are configured using ACHI Mode.

Nehmia
11-10-2013, 05:58 PM
u need BIOS 208 to fix that which is only available for the G750JX and G750 JW :D

MUWHAHAHAH

Maxter
11-11-2013, 07:17 PM
update the BIOS through the BIOS itself. The windows software doesn't work all the time. Nehmia is right, no 208 version = stuck at 0.77

cl-Albert
11-11-2013, 07:34 PM
I just upgraded, but I still find my Processor stuck at 0.77 GHz when my power cord is disconnected...

G750JH models also have a bios update to solve this battery performance issue.

Anyway, if you updated to the latest G750JH bios version, be sure to check your Power4Gear setting (Fn+Spacebar) if installed and check the cpu speed when the system is being stressed, otherwise performance will not increase if it isn't needed (the system is 'smart' and a nice feature really to provide higher performance on battery power only when needed).