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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsieurGreen View Post
    Hello,

    i've try with : ASUS EZ Flash 3 Utility on bios, but same issue, message of wrong version.
    The last version og Winflash don't understand Winflash /nodate or /f

    The version on windows system information of bios is VSK and on bios is also VSK. In dxdiag, the version is VSK to

    I'm thinking that is the label printing on the laptop that is wrong...

    Thank at all for all answers
    Hi MonsieurGreen,

    Both the G752VS (6th gen. Intel cpu) and G752VSK (7th gen. Intel cpu) will use labels indicating the G752VS model or are included as part of the G752VS models, so it sounds normal if your G752VS (7th gen. cpu) using the G752VSK bios is labeled as the G752VS underneath.

    Or, we don't label any G752VS (7th gen. cpu) units using the G72VSK bios as G752VSK models since G752VSK is not an official ASUS model name.
    The G752VS (7th gen. Intel cpu) using G752VSK bios is considered one of the G752VS models which also includes the G752VS with 6th gen. cpu.

    It's normal that the notebook model name does not always match the bios model name although many times it will.

    Hope that makes sense.
    Last edited by cl-Albert@ROG; 01-28-2019 at 05:32 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdfrench3 View Post
    MonsieurGreen, your existing BIOS version 302 is good for the VSK model. The BIOS 310 version up display in your picture is for the VS model.

    If you wish to upgrade your BIOS, then you have only one choice, BIOS version 304 found on the G752VS (7th Gen Intel Core) ASUS Download Center page.

    Use WinFlash or EZ Flash Utility 3 to upgrade the BIOS.

    Good Luck
    Ok thanks, i will try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cl-Albert View Post
    Hi MonsieurGreen,

    Both the G752VS (6th gen. Intel cpu) and G752VSK (7th gen. Intel cpu) will use labels indicating the G752VS model or are included as part of the G752VS models, so it sounds normal if your G752VS (7th gen. cpu) using the G752VSK bios is labeled as the G752VS underneath.

    Or, we don't label any G752VS (7th gen. cpu) units using the G72VSK bios as G752VSK models since G752VSK is not an official ASUS model name.
    The G752VS (7th gen. Intel cpu) using G752VSK bios is considered one of the G752VS models which also includes the G752VS with 6th gen. cpu.

    It's normal that the notebook model name does not always match the bios model name although many times it will.

    Hope that makes sense.
    Hello thanks for answer, i've understand this with previous indications.

    Best regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cl-Albert@ROG View Post
    Hi MonsieurGreen,

    Both the G752VS (6th gen. Intel cpu) and G752VSK (7th gen. Intel cpu) will use labels indicating the G752VS model or are included as part of the G752VS models, so it sounds normal if your G752VS (7th gen. cpu) using the G752VSK bios is labeled as the G752VS underneath.

    Or, we don't label any G752VS (7th gen. cpu) units using the G72VSK bios as G752VSK models since G752VSK is not an official ASUS model name.
    The G752VS (7th gen. Intel cpu) using G752VSK bios is considered one of the G752VS models which also includes the G752VS with 6th gen. cpu.

    It's normal that the notebook model name does not always match the bios model name although many times it will.

    Hope that makes sense.

    I have Asus Rog G752 VSK not the OC edition and today while I was in windows updates, I had an Asus firmware update, after the restart the bios was updated to version 305.
    Looking on Asus support page, 305 is only for OC version, while for non-OC the latest is 304.
    This is my laptop model:



    What happened? Is this ok?

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinThyme View Post
    Old BIOS install can be done with winflash.
    Simply launch a CMD window with admin privledges.
    In the Command Prompt navigate to where Winflash is installed Default is cd C:\Program Files (x86)\ASUS\WinFlash
    Once the directory changes enter Winflash /nodate. It will launch the winflash environment and you can now use an older BIOS file.


    JustinThyme, Your tip really saved me. Thanks so much for that.


    After trying to do your procedure, the only things that was difficult to me was that the software was saying that I needed to connect my charged, and is was connected. Then I find one video that told, when the system says " Please connect Charger to continue and press any key", if I press the word "risky", the system keeps his job. This happens to me because my System is having problem with the "Plugged in", but no charging problem!

    So to every one, let me make a summary what I have done:

    1 - Installing winflash;

    2 - Download the Bios Update file that you need ( older or newer);

    3 - Run CMD, and type "cd c:\program files (x86)\asus\winflash";

    4 - execute winflash with " winflash /nodate" - Using this command runs winflash ignoring the version avaluation; ( Just like JustinThyme quoted )

    5 - If, like in my case, the system won't recognize the charger pluged-in and doesn't procede when you press a Key, write the following " risky". The flashing will begging. This word will work even if your flashing from the Bios App.

    This procedure was applied on my G752VS with legacy BIOS. I think it can be applied for all the same kind of BIOS.

    Hope this could help!

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