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Jun 22,  · ASUS Rampage V Extreme BIOS. Motherboard manufacturers update the BIOS as new hardware comes out to improve compatibility, fix bugs or introduce new features. Some of these are under-the-hood. Rampage V Extreme features the very latest Intel® Ethernet for faster, smoother gaming — always. Intel’s LAN has the serious double advantage of reducing CPU overhead and offering exceptionally high TCP and UDP throughput. This significantly reduces the processor’s workload, so there’s more power for your game and your gameplay! This is if your using windows. Updating the BIOS incorrectly is often irreversible. 1. download bios 2. download bios renamer and drop it into the same folder as the bios and run the renamer. 3. copy renamed bios file to usb stick that fat32 formated. 4. put usb stick in the usb flashback port and with the power off push the usb flashback button. 5.

 

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ASUS RAMPAGE V EXTREME/U Specifications: The Intel Turbo Boost Technology support depends on the CPU types. – Hyper DIMM support is subject to the physical characteristics of individual. Asus rampage v extreme edition 10 bios update @Falloutboy – Thanks, but missing the root of advanced up / down, so I can see all the visible options and sub-selects within the advanced ones. It’s not necessary for what you want, but it’s if you want a fully unlocked BIOS. Download ASUS Rampage V Extreme BIOS (BIOS) It is highly recommended to always use the most recent driver version available.
 
 
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Rampage V Extreme – BIOS update loop on boot
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Products Phones Laptops Desktops. Aura Intelligent Cooling. Wallpapers Aura Sync Armoury crate. Sign In Sign Up. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of I know some stuff, but don’t assume too much. I’m fairly terrified of fiddling with PCs as they’ve caused me all manner of stress over the years.

I’ve googled my problem a lot, but it feels like such a weird incident I’ve not found anything that matches it. So hopefully you guys can help me out. I’ve written a shorter tl;dr version first as I tend to waffle, then a longer, more detailed version below. Do not shut down or reset the system to prevent system bootup failure. The only constant condition of when this happens is if my PC has been turned off, during the day, while I’m at work. If it’s been turned off overnight while asleep it seems to boot up fine in the morning.

This was a mystery in itself and I was going to write this post concerning that anyway, but today it’s just happened without the Ext. HDD being plugged in, so now I’m out of ideas.

I won’t name the company that built my PC for me, but while I’m not a technophobe, I don’t feel confident with PCs and they’ve caused me all manner of stress over the years and my PC know-how is fairly limited, so I decided to have a company build me a custom gaming PC as opposed to building it myself. However, they’ve not been completely helpful with this problem, trying to blame Windows or anything else but never taking responsibility. The evening I received it I noticed a problem already.

The only way I could get it to boot up with the monitor, keyboard and mouse to also come on was to flick off the PSU switch, wait, flick back on and then turn the PC back on, where it would boot up with the monitor, keyboard and mouse.

Trying to put the PC into Sleep mode would also have similar results, with only the PC waking back up, but no monitor, keyboard or mouse. I called the company who built it and explained the problem. However, while on the phone it powered up normally. I didn’t realise at the time, but this is because it had been powered off all night. So we assumed it was a glitch and was now fixed.

It did the same again that night. I found a ‘fix’ by unchecking ‘Turn on fast start-up’ in the System Settings. Or keeping fast start-up on, but telling the PC to never turn off the hard drives.

The company wanted me to just leave fast start-up turned off, but this was a brand new system that should all be working, so I wasn’t satisfied with that ‘fix’. I did a bit of googling, and lots of people were saying to update the BIOS. Got back on the phone to the builder who said I should send it back to him and he’d take a look.

I got it back, turned it on and got the same ‘BIOS is updating’ loop. My heart sank. It booted up ok. I plugged the HDD back in. Booted up ok. So I thought it was fixed. That lasted a month or so and now, over the last few weeks I’m getting the ‘BIOS is updating’ loop again. It seemed to coincide with Windows updates, but then it would happen even after there hadn’t been a recent update.

I went back to my external HDD theory and kept it unplugged during boot for a week, and it all seemed to work ok. Until today. If anyone has any ideas I’ve love to hear them. Also, if any other info is required then I’ll be more than happy to supply you with it. Below are a few shots of the BIOS boot menu if that shines any light on the situation.

Things I would try.. Switch to second BIOS chip Thanks very much for the reply. The system is still under warranty, so I’ll call the company and let them know as removing the side panel will invalidate the warranty at this time.

Useful info though. I will update if it’s successful. If it’s still in the warranty period, it’s better to send it back to them and have them deal with it. Originally Posted by Chino.

Last edited by crammus; at AM. Originally Posted by crammus. Originally Posted by Arne Saknussemm. While you may prefer to just send it back to them under warranty, a BIOS flash of the current chip would not mean opening the case. I have to say though, opening the side panel can surely not void your warranty!.. Yeah, it’s already been back to them once. I don’t have too much faith in them to be honest. All current ‘fixes’ are things I’ve found myself.

Last edited by Chino; at PM. Side panel sometimes need to be opened because some buttons on ROG motherboards. Seller should know that. Maybe seller installed Dual Channel and than if you change something they could explain you You destroy your warranty, you shouldn’t open side panel.

You should tell to us. Sorry all. Think I’ve been a bit of an idiot here. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page:. Tags for this Thread bios update , broken , loop , rampage v extreme.