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    Exclamation MEUpdate Tool?

    How do I install this firmware?? MEUpdate Tool Version 12.0.49.1534

    What our the correct steps to install this firmware.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Basically as far as i remember, the ME Firmware is bundled within the ASUS BIOS package, though when downloaded separately, you can update from Windows.
    The firmware version should be updated alongside the ME software from Intel.

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    I see, I am still on 1302 bios, don't really want to update bios since every thing is working fine on my rig.

    Should I just leave it alone?

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    ah the age old "should i update bios or not" question again. That depends

    Do you potentially want to encounter problems the bios updates fix, or do you update to prevent you from encountering the problems they fix?

    Nobody but you can answer that. Personally i'm in favor of option 2. Especially since bios updates often update the IME or other security and performance issues. You have a choice to make, and only you can make it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ch3vr0n View Post
    ah the age old "should i update bios or not" question again. That depends

    Do you potentially want to encounter problems the bios updates fix, or do you update to prevent you from encountering the problems they fix?

    Nobody but you can answer that. Personally i'm in favor of option 2. Especially since bios updates often update the IME or other security and performance issues. You have a choice to make, and only you can make it.
    yes, when Moses went up and got the 11 commandments he knew that the eleventh would cause so much soulsearching and arguments that he scratched it off but he did take a pic with his iphone and it read

    11/ thou shall only update BIOS if you know what you are doing

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    Quote Originally Posted by will_s View Post
    yes, when Moses went up and got the 11 commandments he knew that the eleventh would cause so much soulsearching and arguments that he scratched it off but he did take a pic with his iphone and it read

    11/ thou shall only update BIOS if you know what you are doing


    Thats Funny.

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    Hi,
    What's the problem
    Device manager
    System devices
    Right click Intel management engine interface and select update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
    Hi,
    What's the problem
    Device manager
    System devices
    Right click Intel management engine interface and select update.
    That's the software, which i implied that indeed should be aligned with the firmware.
    Dude is asking whether to upgrade the BIOS that might also include ME firmware.

    I personally keep BIOS up to date due to security and stability these updates are supposed to provide but indeed as already mentioned here, sometimes if it ain't broken..

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    Quote Originally Posted by will_s View Post
    yes, when Moses went up and got the 11 commandments he knew that the eleventh would cause so much soulsearching and arguments that he scratched it off but he did take a pic with his iphone and it read

    11/ thou shall only update BIOS if you know what you are doing
    Even if you don't know what you're doing you should still do it. Aint that hard, and current bioses are smart enough to NOT let you flash a bios for a different model. It just isn't possible

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ch3vr0n View Post
    Even if you don't know what you're doing you should still do it. Aint that hard, and current bioses are smart enough to NOT let you flash a bios for a different model. It just isn't possible

    wrong, if you dont know you should find out how to do it and when you know then flash it.............maybe a noobs guide to been a flasher with pics and raincoats

    Yes, the BIOS update section of the manual is pretty good BUT it could be better and also have it in a complete section by itself with more pics and a full address to obtain the BIOS ie https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/RO...Desk_Download/

    and even have a youtube video showing how to flash the BIOS

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