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    what microcode does this use?

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    Option for m.2_1 pcie is missing now. There's nothing about m.2_1.

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    Is it possible to save configuration profiles when updating bios? They all were deleted when I updated BIOS last time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yes.ImP View Post
    Is it possible to save configuration profiles when updating bios? They all were deleted when I updated BIOS last time.
    No, all settings will be lost on a Bios update. The only way to put your settings back (assuming that you can't remember them) is to make a text file from your old Bios and then manually copy it to the new.

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    There is post for it inside z390 please go there

    I also see the m2 is missing but is working at 4x speed or pcie

    Maybe they change to auto selection

    Mine is running a normal speed for my nvme 960evo 256
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yes.ImP View Post
    Is it possible to save configuration profiles when updating bios? They all were deleted when I updated BIOS last time.
    use your phone and take a picture

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirWaWa View Post
    use your phone and take a picture
    totally agree with you 100% thats what i do too

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    Quote Originally Posted by howxcore View Post
    totally agree with you 100% thats what i do too
    yeah i know right, make a text pffff, in this day and age?!
    for some things sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirWaWa View Post
    yeah i know right, make a text pffff, in this day and age?!
    for some things sure
    It was just a suggestion, either way you still have to input the data. The snide remark wasn't really called for, you need to get some manners if you expect to be respected for your posts.

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    Another option is to boot up with a USB key and take screen captures from within the UEFI.

    Not being able to save and restore UEFI settings among different bios versions makes a lot of sense. With UEFI version changes there would be a chance old values simply do not work. Input value parameters may no longer be the same across every setting.

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