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    Les_Garten PC Specs
    Laptop (Model)Alienware OLD
    Motherboardz690 Maximus Hero
    ProcessorIntel i9-12900K
    Memory (part number)DDR5 64GB SK Hynix 4800mhz
    Graphics Card #1EVGA RTX GeForce 3080 Ti FTW3 Ultra
    Graphics Card #2EVGA Geforce Titan X (Old)
    MonitorAsus PG32UQ
    Storage #1WD Black M.2 850SN 2TB OS
    Storage #2WD Black M.2 850SN 2TB DOCS
    CPU CoolerNoctua DH14 Chromax
    CaseAntec 1200
    Power SupplyEVGA 1000 P2
    Keyboard Corsair K70 RGB
    Mouse Logitech
    Headset/Speakers Audioengine A2+
    OS Winders
    Network RouterpfSense

    Join Date
    Jan 2018

    BIOS Upgrade Path Options

    I have a 10m HDMI cable and a long USB cable to a USB hub to my KB and Mouse. The box is across the room from where I am with the KB, Mouse, Monitor.

    Because of this I "think", I cannot get into the BIOS with del key. Because the monitor is not showing the post message because it is sync'ing and unsync'ing a lot, you cannot get the del key to work. I had a lot of problems trying to figure this out and actually got the MB to not boot al all. Had to leave the Battery out overnight. Kinda goofy if you ask me. I almost canned the whole thing because of this, never seen a MB do this.

    Long story short, left out battery overnight, cam back and all is OK. With a short monitor cable and KB plugged directly in to MB, getting into BIOS is easy. I am also on Legacy BIOS, so cannot setup a windows shutdown to go into the bios.

    S now to my question: If I don't want to dc the computer and move it into my office to plug a monitor in on a short leash and a KB directly, what other BIOS upgrades paths are there? Is there an Armory Crate method? I know about BIOS flashback but don't really trust that for a scheduled BIOS upgrade.

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