Select "Update BIOS" from the "Internet option" drop-down menu. Click "Next."Select the ASUS FTP site nearest you, or choose "Auto Select." Click "Next."From the FTP site, select the BIOS version that you wish to download. I've recently decided that I want to try and utilize my two graphics cards so that I can have a dual monitor setup.
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Alternatively, on late model motherboards you may press "Delete" to enter BIOS setup, then access EZ-Flash from the "Tools" option on the navigation bar. Do not switch off or reboot or you will ruin your motherboard.
(Select Tools YES)Wait for your system to check current BIOS information. Select the drive letter with the BIOS update file, then select the file. After the file check is finished, click "Yes" to update your BIOS. When the update is finished, remove the floppy or USB drive and reboot.
If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.
If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.
Apparently it effects the BIOS ability to recognize dual channel. thanks again very sincerely :-) I want to thank you all for this information , I bought an A8V deluxe off Ebay as I do not want to move to PCi , etc atm. I followed instructions to a "T" of burning bios to CD and the alt f2 and now i have an updated A8V working and running very well with Opteron 185 .. I gave up and removed the BIOS chip in order to write down the info printed on it and order a new one, and then just for the hell of it I put the chip back in its socket and gave restoring the BIOS via CD one more shot. So, before you give up, try taking the chip out of the mobo for a few minutes and then placing it back in.
Worked for me and I have seen several other positive posts. If you have the support CD Rom that came with the motherboard look in the root of the disk using explorer or whatever. I'm not exactly sure why it worked, but it's a relatively simple solution and well worth a shot.
Though it's not without hazards, the process is fairly easy. Copy the updated BIOS file to floppy disk or USB drive. When the DOS prompt appears, type the following: afudos /i[name of BIOS file]For example, "p4c800b.rom" might be the name of the new BIOS file.
(Note: BIOS file and boot files should fit on a floppy disk. "afudos /ip4c800b.rom" is the command that will install it. Your monitor will display the update's progress with a series of messages: "Reading file," then "Erasing flash," then "Writing flash." The "writing flash" message will be followed with a percentage counter that tells you how far the write has proceeded.
Upon restart, no beeps, no post, just fans turning and lights on.