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    Quote Originally Posted by Slygosh View Post
    Not yet.
    What is the meaning in "firmware change"? Are there any release notes, changes or something?
    I would guess it means they updated to the newest AGESA from AMD to support the new Ryzen 3000 series CPUs.
    I personally won't update past 1201 until I get a Ryzen 3000 series CPU since 1201 is very stable for me with my OC'd 2600 and OC'd RAM.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array DMAN999 PC Specs
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    According to this some Asus boards (including the Strix B450-F) already have a BIOS version released that supports the Ryzen 3000 series CPU's:
    https://www.asus.com/News/EtaH71Hbjuio1arV

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    Another new BIOS posted July 5th - 2406

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    It installs last BIOS Version 2406 2019/07/05, it works fine, except that in the BIOS configuration screen it does not detect wireless mouse, I have tried two and nothing.

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    My Corsair K68-keyboard stop working in bios after I updated to latest 2406.

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    New ROGer Array Veedek PC Specs
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    2406 BIOS broke keyboard and mouse support in BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by Hinkan View Post
    My Corsair K68-keyboard stop working in bios after I updated to latest 2406.
    I have the same problem with my ROG Strix B450-I that I installed 2406 onto. I have a Corsair K70 LUX RGB and I can't get to BIOS with it, nor use it in BIOS. Corsair mouse also won't work in BIOS. I had to use a wireless keyboard to get into and modify the BIOS. I also noticed the scroll lock light blinks on the keyboard during boot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veedek View Post
    I have the same problem with my ROG Strix B450-I that I installed 2406 onto. I have a Corsair K70 LUX RGB and I can't get to BIOS with it, nor use it in BIOS. Corsair mouse also won't work in BIOS. I had to use a wireless keyboard to get into and modify the BIOS. I also noticed the scroll lock light blinks on the keyboard during boot.
    Turn the switch on the top side of the keyboard to "Bios" there is a switch there
    Last edited by zion6; 07-12-2019 at 01:58 AM.

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    New ROGer Array chris47362 PC Specs
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    I updated. It broke things. Now im back on 2301. I just had similar issues with my b450-f board after updating. Luckily my keyboard still worked. i was able to downgrade back to 2301 using afudos. You have to create a bootable usb drive using a bootable disk creation tool. I used rufus. then copy afudos and bios 2301 in my case to the drive afterwards. reboot to flash drive. run afudos "bios name" /p /b /n /k /x without the quotes. this will force the previos bios and fix the problems. Or atleast it did in my case. I am back up and running on previous bios version with no issues.

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    Onboard LED Lights won't turn off

    I have AMD Ryzen 3600 with Asus Strix B450 bios version 2406 and everything works fine except for my ability to turn off the LED lights. When I go into Bios onboard settings, disabling the "Onboard LED in S5 state" (which is the soft-shutdown state when you turn off computer but the power supply is still plugged in I think), my Windows 10 Pro ver. 1903 freezes after I enter the pin number. When I use the Asus Aura program to try turning off my LED, it freezes my Windows right when I switch the LED lights off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zion6 View Post
    Turn the switch on the top side of the keyboard to "Bios" there is a switch there
    Thanks, that fixed the keyboard. I forgot that switch was there. I still can't get any mouse to work in the BIOS. I opened a support case with Asus a few days ago and they're working to reproduce it. We'll see if they figure out what's wrong with this BIOS.

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