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    Well, after stabilizing my overclock I haven't had any issues.

    I've been using the latest version since release and everything with Armoury Crate is working fine.

    Since I haven't had any further issues, I can say yes it is a permanent fix.

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    Okay, then assuming I decide to takes this approach, could you explain to me how to perform a BIOS reset and Windows reinstall?

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    To reset the bios with ASUS motherboards, enter the bios and hit the F5 key.

    Download windows 11 onto a 16GB usb flash drive, then set the flash drive as the first boot device. Hit F10 and Enter to save and exit, your pc will reboot and start the windows installation.

    Choose the option "Create Windows 11 Installation Media"

    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/soft...7d62dc410=True

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    Okay, and then what about updating to the latest BIOS? I've heard that there are risks associated with that if something were to happen (like a power outage).

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    True, you don't want to lose power when updating the bios, but you can always reflash it if this happens.

    Insert a usb flashdrive into a usb port on your pc.

    Go to the ASUS Support Center, search your motherboard and click Driver & Utility.

    Click Bios & Firmware.

    Click Download in red to the right of the bios version.

    Once downloaded, extract the files to the usb flash drive.

    Reboot and enter the bios, go to the EZ Flash tab, find your usb flash drive with the bios and click on it. It will ask if you want to update the bios, click yes and the update will begin.

    Here is a video how to put the bios file on a usb flash drive.


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    First, is there necessarily a 'right' BIOS version, or would I just choose the latest one?
    Second, what is reflashing? And how would I do it if a power outage did occur?

    Honestly, I'm only considering this option because I recently built this PC (like 3 weeks ago) and it wouldn't be too much a pain to reinstall stuff since I've yet to install too many things besides software related apps and a few games. However, in saying that, I also don't want to 'brick' the PC since I just built it and it wasn't exactly cheap.

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    If done properly, You won't brick your pc.

    Reflashing is a name for reinstalling the same bios version. If the power went out, you'd wait until it came back on then proceed with the bios update.

    It's always a good idea to update to the latest bios version mainly for compatibility.

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    So, if the power went out mid-BIOS update, I would just wait until the power got restored and then try to update it again? But if the power went out mid-update wouldn't that brick it? Or does a PC get bricked in a more specific way when you're updating the BIOS? (Sorry, this is like the first time I'm doing any of this. I had a fossil PC prior to this new PC.)

    Anyways, I'll consider doing this, and I'll probably have my friend assist me to make sure everything gets done properly. But I think I'll wait until after I get a response to the forum I submitted for the Administrator's latest post. If it can be fixed in a different way, I'll try them out before resorting to these means.

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    If the power went off during the update, the motherboard would likely be bricked, you'd wait til the power came back on and then update the bios, all would be back to normal.

    I'd do things in this order.

    1) Update the bios.
    2) Install windows 11.
    3) Install the Chipset driver for your motherboard.
    4) Install the Realtek audio driver if your headset/speakers don't require Armoury Crate. If your speakers/headset require Armoury Crate, skip this step.
    5) Install the Bluetooth driver if you use it.
    5) Update the graphics driver.
    6) Update windows.
    7) Install Armoury Crate version 3.2.2.3, go to the update center and run all the updates.

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    Do I find the chipset driver on the ASUS download page?
    Where would I find the realtek audio and bluetooth drivers?
    And I assume the graphics driver would be through Nvidia's app?

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