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    Beto566

    Look like your ME Firmware was corrupted. Please trying these solution.

    1. Please download RAMPAGE VI BIOS 1201 file from ASUS support page

    2. Rename ROG-RAMPAGE-VI-EXTREME 1201.CAP to R6E.CAP

    3. Prepare the USB Flash drive with FAT32 format.

    4. Save R6E.CAP to the USB Flash Drive

    5. Use ASUS USB Flashback method to downgrade your R6E to BIOS 1201.

    6. The BIOS 1201 will automatically update your corrupted ME Firmware to 11.11.50.1436

    7. After everything done. Update BIOS again to 1301 that the solution.*
    Last edited by restsugavan; 03-23-2018 at 12:50 PM.

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    Thanks for the info. Shouldn't it be renamed R6E.CAP and not .CAB?
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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array restsugavan PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrmcdou View Post
    Thanks for the info. Shouldn't it be renamed R6E.CAP and not .CAB?
    R6E.CAP buddy. sorry my typing mistake * Thank you for correcting me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by restsugavan View Post
    Look like your ME Firmware was corrupted. Please trying these solution.

    1. Please download RAMPAGE VI BIOS 1201 file from ASUS support page

    2. Rename ROG-RAMPAGE-VI-EXTREME 1201.CAP to R6E.CAP

    3. Prepare the USB Flash drive with FAT32 format.

    4. Save R6E.CAP to the USB Flash Drive

    5. Use ASUS USB Flashback method to downgrade your R6E to BIOS 1201.

    6. The BIOS 1201 will automatically update your corrupted ME Firmware to 11.11.50.1436

    7. After everything done. Update BIOS again to 1301 that the solution.*

    Many thanks restsugavan but I think the light solution was:

    I downloaded the X299_cons_20180122.ZIP file from the R6E website and unpacked it. Normal Win10 running,
    The MEI driver 11.7.0.1057 (asus chipset)
    I disabled HWINFO64 and TT RGB Plus (both monitor the system)
    I ran the MEUpdateTool.exe file with Adm. Credentials

    Voila !!!!! worked and updated de ME firmware in Bios

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array mpoffo PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beto556 View Post
    Many thanks restsugavan but I think the light solution was:

    I downloaded the X299_cons_20180122.ZIP file from the R6E website and unpacked it. Normal Win10 running,
    The MEI driver 11.7.0.1057 (asus chipset)
    I disabled HWINFO64 and TT RGB Plus (both monitor the system)
    I ran the MEUpdateTool.exe file with Adm. Credentials

    Voila !!!!! worked and updated de ME firmware in Bios
    Thank you! This was my missing piece to the puzzle. I did not see the me update tool under bios. I just downloaded the chipset driver in that section of the download. So now I am all up to date. So to recap to protect yourself from the Spectre/Meltdown and the USB vulnerabilities you need to:

    1. Update to the latest bios (1301)
    2. Use the MEupdate tool located under the bios section of the download section (X299_cons_20180122, run as admin).
    3. Install the latest intel ME chipset driver under the chipset section (ME driver V11.7.0.1057).
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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array restsugavan PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpoffo View Post
    Thank you! This was my missing piece to the puzzle. I did not see the me update tool under bios. I just downloaded the chipset driver in that section of the download. So now I am all up to date. So to recap to protect yourself from the Spectre/Meltdown and the USB vulnerabilities you need to:

    1. Update to the latest bios (1301)
    2. Use the MEupdate tool located under the bios section of the download section (X299_cons_20180122, run as admin).
    3. Install the latest intel ME chipset driver under the chipset section (ME driver V11.7.0.1057).

    Congratulations all friends, Take it easy, R6E was the best! *

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array MirceaForce PC Specs
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    for what i understand here is that you better do this :

    1.update bios to Version 1201 which Updated ME firmware (X299_cons_20180122) will be much better then that tool in my idea and from what i read here this is the first step...dos update not from os always stable
    2.update to the latest bios for now 1301 or any new bios that will come in the future

    correct me i f i'm wrong

    but did your windows got reactivated ?? or ?
    Last edited by MirceaForce; 03-24-2018 at 01:33 PM.

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array mpoffo PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by MirceaForce View Post
    for what i understand here is that you better do this :

    1.update bios to Version 1201 which Updated ME firmware (X299_cons_20180122) will be much better then that tool in my idea and from what i read here this is the first step...dos update not from os always stable
    2.update to the latest bios for now 1301 or any new bios that will come in the future

    correct me i f i'm wrong

    but did your windows got reactivated ?? or ?
    I did it exactly as I listed. I did not update to 1201 nor do I think it is necessary. I don't have any issues and updates are confirmed in the bios UEFI.

    I did not have to reactivate my windows install.
    Last edited by mpoffo; 03-24-2018 at 08:18 PM.
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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array MirceaForce PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpoffo View Post
    I did it exactly as I listed. I did not update to 1201 nor do I think it is necessary. I don't have any issues and updates are confirmed in the bios UEFI.

    I did not have to reactivate my windows install.
    yes because you did the last bios 1301 and that solution was for downgrade

    but if you are on bios 1004 the simple steps are to 1201 and then 1301

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array mpoffo PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by MirceaForce View Post
    yes because you did the last bios 1301 and that solution was for downgrade

    but if you are on bios 1004 the simple steps are to 1201 and then 1301
    I do not know what you mean. I was on 1004 then updated the bios and ME with the tool. In any regards I am all set.

    No downgrade as far as I know.
    Last edited by mpoffo; 03-24-2018 at 09:02 PM.
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