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    Quote Originally Posted by chief gunney View Post
    Was running 2602 OK for a few days and today Boot gave me A2 error, would not load into bios, stuck on Logo screen.
    Clear CMOS and Bios flashback to 2408= good to go.
    This comment saved me! I was talking to Asus support and trying to downgrade from 2602. EzFlash kept saying "File is not a proper BIOS!". Flashback wasn't working either. Asus support told me to reinstall 2602, then clear CMOS, and then downgrade -_- I didn't think to clear CMOS right before attempting to use Flashback. Thank you!

    By the way, does anyone know what happened to the "ERP Ready" setting? I was originally on version 1201. I need that setting back to turn off some stubborn LEDs on my mobo and GPU that remain on after shutdown (all of my RGB shuts off properly). BIOS version 1404 says you can't downgrade after installing it. Does anyone know the latest BIOS version that still has the "ERP Ready" setting?

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    I am on BIOS 2602 and cannot downgrade.
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    Looked for a solution and found I can do "BIOS flashback"
    Followed the instructions yet I don't see a button I am supposed to press.
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    Please help this BIOS is unstable for me

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    Yes, the button is that in the white circle. It's more like a pin and is raised about 2mm from the IO shield. You should feel a little click when pushed.
    That pic of yours doesn't look right. Perhaps faulty or damaged when you installed the MB in your case.
    Try pushing it in with a chopstick or some such if your finger can't get any purchase on it.

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    Why have we not got an answer on why the new bios was removed and if we used it will there be any damage done??

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    Because of the uncertainty with no explanation for why it was pulled and a concern there may be something amiss with 2602, I dropped back down to 2408. This despite 2602 appearing to be working just fine here these past several days.

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    Hopefully ASUS will be publishing a new BIOS soon so that those who are still running v2602 can flash to a stable version that won't brick their system randomly after a reboot, etc. I've been on 2602 for nearly a week now and so far no problems, but may downgrade in a couple of days to prevent other problems from cropping up. Clearing CMOS is a pain...not sure why a button or something more user-friendly wasn't installed onto the rear panel to quickly clear CMOS, instead of having to use a jumper or remove the battery from the board to clear CMOS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ForkWNY View Post
    Hopefully ASUS will be publishing a new BIOS soon so that those who are still running v2602 can flash to a stable version that won't brick their system randomly after a reboot, etc. I've been on 2602 for nearly a week now and so far no problems, but may downgrade in a couple of days to prevent other problems from cropping up. Clearing CMOS is a pain...not sure why a button or something more user-friendly wasn't installed onto the rear panel to quickly clear CMOS, instead of having to use a jumper or remove the battery from the board to clear CMOS.
    I know how you feel.
    Right now I am using 2602 since launch with no problems .
    To clear cmos is a pain especially since I have a vertical gpu mount in the way which makes it a huge pain to move out of the way.
    Still concerned of any long term effects on 2602.

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    Perhaps wrongly, I neglected to clear CMOS via the jumpers. I just set optimized defaults, saved rebooted and then shut down. After that I did the BIOS flashback button procedure, started up, loaded optimized defaults, saved and rebooted and then entered all my settings by hand. Seems to have worked just fine but wonder if anyone here can confirm a clear cmos should really be done as a starting point even if the running BIOS has no apparent issues and BIOS flashback procedure is used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ForkWNY View Post
    Clearing CMOS is a pain...not sure why a button or something more user-friendly wasn't installed onto the rear panel to quickly clear CMOS, instead of having to use a jumper or remove the battery from the board to clear CMOS.
    You can get it if you are ready to pay the premium for an Asus Crosshair board which has buttons for Clear CMOS and MemOK (the latter is quite useful if your BIOS refuses to boot after applying DOCP profile or more aggressive memory settings).
    Actually, one of the reasons to prefer Gaming-E before a Gaming-F mobo was because of the BIOS Flashback button which is one of the few valuable features "downported" from the Crosshair series.
    However, I am not very keen on paying $100 on top (based on prices comparison in Amazon) for the extra features and I suppose that you wouldn't be OK with that too.

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    Regarding the 2602 pull off, I am far from happy with that but since I've got no problems with it, I prefer to continue running with it instead of taking the risk to downgrade. In the worst case, my mobo will not boot some day and I'll have to do the flashback anyway; in the best case, ASUS will publish a new version and then I will update.
    The only question that came up in my mind just now is whether the update path will be the same for those running 2602 and for those running 2408. Since 2602 is now not an officially supported version, they are not obliged to ensure the compatibility with it.

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