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    Quote Originally Posted by noemzan View Post
    Hi Guys... Just read pages 1 - 4 hoping for an answer.

    Any experience with R4F and i73820... also have a habit of keeping BIOS updated.... but think I need to roll back as OC of 4.7Ghz is no longer stable since latest BIOS update. Not sure to which one I need to roll back and the method involved.

    I usually update with R4F.CAP which is the latest...not 100% clear on the ERALL.CAP procedure.

    Thanks
    Anyone want to reply to this? I'd like to know what situation ERALL is for too?

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    It should be named ERALL.ROM

    It's used to go back to 1xxx.ROM bios files..

    You would place ERALL.ROM on a thumb drive and flash using flashback method.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOLTS4BREKFAST View Post
    It should be named ERALL.ROM

    It's used to go back to 1xxx.ROM bios files..

    You would place ERALL.ROM on a thumb drive and flash using flashback method.
    OK, thank-you. So if you just want to go back to one of the older .CAP BIOS versions, I just rename it to R4F.CAP (or for whatever MB you have), and use USB BIOS Flashback method.

    I thought ERALL is for going back to the older .ROM BIOS files, so that is why I was confused. I thought that information was wrong a few posts ago.

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    That's correct ice009.
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    Help needed

    Hi,

    I tried to Upgrade to 4901, and somehow it failed.
    I'm have swithed over to the 2nd UEFI. from 2013...

    This is what I get I get post and I see the ATAPI (Ithinkt it is called that I can see something about my harddrive...) post screen then I get American Megatrend post and it is telling me to press F1 to enter BIOS setup. but nothing happens. I have changed keyboard and also ports.

    It seems to be feezing when it comes to that screen.


    Please please someone... help?

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    Hi Guys,
    This 4901 update for bios is not good at all. I am using a 4930k I7, and wanna to make some change on my HW. And I started with bios update.
    I went on Asus web page and took the latest bios version 4901 and nothing is working. I have more than 20 drivers that are not recognized after I install all drivers. Also yesterday just receive a blue screen ( I am not using OC, I'd prefer to let the system like it is on default settings ) so today I will put 4804 as I saw that many of you saying that is a good bios version.

    I don't have any clue why it not recognized all my drivers after I download everything from Asus web page ( also I've tried from my CD from MOBO but no chance, same issue ). I don't think 4901 is stable ... or let's say for windows 7 Ultimatum 64 bits there are no drivers available.
    I've tried also to check the driver from System Information in order to get the VEN/DEV from Vendor ID, the strange thing is that VEN_01D2 doesn't exist...

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