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    Exactly! BIOS v0504 was released but there are no...

    Exactly! BIOS v0504 was released but there are no notes accompanying this release and what changes were made from the appalling v0402 ???

    v0402 was pulled and have ASUS apologized and explained...
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    I would try this; Power off the system....

    I would try this;

    Power off the system.
    Remove the CMOS battery and press the Clear CMOS button.
    Remove power from the PSU and drain power by pressing the Power-on button (START). Wait 5mins....
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    I wouldn't flash v0218 to v0504 until it's...

    I wouldn't flash v0218 to v0504 until it's confirmed working and stable and what changes were made in the new BIOS release update ???

    The headache from v0402 was more then enough :mad::mad::mad:
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    I first disabled the Wifi controller in the BIOS ...

    I first disabled the Wifi controller in the BIOS and then tried installing Windows 10 RS5 build 1809 but i was still getting the BUGCODE_NDIS_DRIVER. Only disabling all of the Network controllers...
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    Hi, Yes i have; I've just used 1 x NVMe ...

    Hi,

    Yes i have;

    I've just used 1 x NVMe populated at M.2_1 and have issues with booting and running apps resulting in BSOD's.
    Two NVMe's, 1 @ M.2_1 and the other @ M.2_2 and same...
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    The config i was running on both ROG Rampage...

    The config i was running on both ROG Rampage Extreme VI motherboards was;

    M.2_1 populated with Samsung 970 EVO 500GB NVMe
    DIMM.2_1 & DIMM.2_2 populated with Samsung 970 EVO 500GB NVMe

    CPU ...
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    I never claimed I ran 4200Mhz on my last platform...

    I never claimed I ran 4200Mhz on my last platform i.e X99 ROG RAMPAGE V EDITION 10 - on this platform the RAM i had installed was 2800Mhz - i think the max DDR4 one could use was 3333 (O.C). - I...
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    Hi, I went through the same process -...

    Hi,

    I went through the same process - flashback option back to v0218 is the only way to get the Omega back to life and POST OK!

    Regarding your older ROG boards, makes you think hey...ASUS just...
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    Hi, Re-flashing BIOS 1 back to v0218 using the...

    Hi,

    Re-flashing BIOS 1 back to v0218 using the Flashback option should work with no issues, i completed it twice seeing v0402 is ****** !

    I booted from BIOS 2 and tested and so I'm going to...
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    Hi, The memory sticks I am using are the...

    Hi,

    The memory sticks I am using are the Corsair DDR4 Vengeance LPX Black, PC4-33600 (4200), Non-ECC Unbuffered, CAS 19-25-25-45, XMP 2.0, 1.45V - CMK64GX4M8X4200C19 - 64GB (8x8GB).

    XMP is...
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    Hi, Yes, i was able to boot from a bootable...

    Hi,

    Yes, i was able to boot from a bootable USB stick plugged into one of the USB 3.0 ports at the rear (Windows 10 Pro RS5 build) however to complete a successful installation, I had to disable...
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    Regarding the BIOS issue, it’s pretty shocking...

    Regarding the BIOS issue, it’s pretty shocking that ASUS would release a BIOS update without checking it first to see if it works on the Omega via EZ-Update or Flashback. v0402 has a VBIOS OROM in...
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    Regarding the BIOS issue, it’s pretty shocking...

    Regarding the BIOS issue, it’s pretty shocking that ASUS would release a BIOS update without checking it first to see if it works on the Omega via EZ-Update or Flashback. How come does v0402 have a...
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