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    Thank you very much. I appreciate the help. This revision is safe for monitoring software? Should I remove the CMOS battery before doing the update? Or is simply doing a clear CMOS going to be sufficient? Do you need to boot into BIOS to save the default settings after clearing CMOS?

    Apologies for all of the extra questions. I just want to give myself the highest probability of a successful flash. One last question; is the BIOS flashback or the ASUS EZ Flash utility the best way to flash the BIOS. Thanks again for all of your help. I really appreciate it. Without all the tips from this forum, I would still have a paperweight of a board that refused to even POST.

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    No problem , always happy to help another owner like myself .

    I have not used the Crosshair VII Hero WiFi for few weeks now . This is not because I have any issue with it. I need the CPU/RAM I use with it for some other testing for myself on C6H. So I can not say to you if UEFI 1002 has worked well for me.

    I never remove CMOS battery prior to or even after flashing a new UEFI. The times I do a CMOS clear after a UEFI update is extremely rare. In my opinion it is not necessary to save defaults after CMOS clear.

    I prefer using Flashback. Flashback method uses a hardware chip on the motherboard to flash the BIOS chip. It is like using an external hardware flash tool on the BIOS chip. You do not even need CPU/RAM/GPU, etc connected to motherboard to use Flashback method. You only need power supply connected to motherboard and USB stick with flash file in correct port. Read the 3rd post of the C7H Essential thread in this section of forum, it has info on using flashback method.
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    Any release notes on what was updated for 1001 or 1002?

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    I'm on 0804 and no issues at all. Would be nice to know what improvements 1002 are supposed to bring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeanMachine View Post
    I'm on 0804 and no issues at all. Would be nice to know what improvements 1002 are supposed to bring.
    Just flashed, seems ok, AURA is ok (for me it was the same with 0804).
    Cannot find the "what's new" info, I suppose it should bring improvements in DRAM manage, as the latest BETA BIOS did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post
    I never remove CMOS battery prior to or even after flashing a new UEFI. The times I do a CMOS clear after a UEFI update is extremely rare. In my opinion it is not necessary to save defaults after CMOS clear.

    Couldn't agree more gupsterg! I never have to reset my bios or take out the battery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kronvict View Post
    Any release notes on what was updated for 1001 or 1002?
    Now up to 1103 some notes on update page

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    Quote Originally Posted by Technos15 View Post
    Now up to 1103 some notes on update page
    Now up to Bios 1201 some notes on update page

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    Now up to Bios version 2008 it requires AMD chipset drivers to be installed before updating

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    Quote Originally Posted by Technos15 View Post
    Now up to Bios version 2008 it requires AMD chipset drivers to be installed before updating
    Now up to Bios version 2103

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