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BSOD after bios update

Xisco77
Level 7

Hello, I’m currently using the Asus Strix G16 4060. After updating my BIOS drivers recently, I encountered a blue screen of death upon booting the system. To temporarily resolve the issue, I had to lock the HD audio interface in BIOS for it to boot properly. However, now the audio on my system isn’t working. Could you please advise on how to fix this?

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MasterC
Community Admin
Community Admin

Try the following:

1. Downgrade to BIOS 321

2. Unlock HD audio interface

3. Update to the latest Intel SST Driver

4. Update BIOS again

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FPS, Racing, and VR Gamer / Tech Enthusiast / ROG Admin

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c4n
Level 7

Hello,
I have the same problem after ISST update.

Kantana
Level 9

I have the G834JY which is the 18" Strix with RTX4090 and I had same issue after updating from MyAsus with this update for ISST and bios 325.  Can you post the update which caused this and the bios version?

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MasterC
Community Admin
Community Admin

Try the following:

1. Downgrade to BIOS 321

2. Unlock HD audio interface

3. Update to the latest Intel SST Driver

4. Update BIOS again

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FPS, Racing, and VR Gamer / Tech Enthusiast / ROG Admin

I am using G834JY and I already downgraded to Bios 324.  So far, it's been stable, no BSOD for 24h.  I did not need to lock audio after downgrading to 324.

MyAsus now shows ISST and 325 as successfully installed and doesn't offer them as updates anymore.

My ISST drivers were already on the latest versions from the Asus download pages before I received this ISST 325 update.  This means that my system has been running stable on 324 and these ISST drivers for last 2 months at least.

As soon as the bios 325 was applied I have suffered BSOD repeatedly every couple of hours.  I downgraded to bios 324 and changed nothing else and all has been stable including working audio.

My question is will Asus remove the 325 bios for investigation and re-issue a compatible version at a later date? Understandably I am less than keen to update to 325 and suffer the BSOD again.

We suspect that perhaps the new BIOS (325) was updated before you got a chance to install the ISST driver - which caused the issue. 

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FPS, Racing, and VR Gamer / Tech Enthusiast / ROG Admin

That's not the case for me since I updated the ISST driver from the Asus download page 2 months ago.

This week thr ISST and bios update had the same version that I've been using for last 2 months.  The only thing updated was the bios 325.

Anyway, this ISST and bios update is registered on MyAsus as successfully installed so no way to reapply it now even though I am now on bios 324.

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