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New bios 4901

csbin
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noemzan
Level 7
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

noemzan wrote:
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?

BOLTS4BREKFAST
Level 12
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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Intel i7 3960X OC'd @ 4.7Ghz
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16GB Corsair Dominator GT 2133Mhz
2 Samsung 840 Pro 256GB SSD's (RAID-0)
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SoundBlaster Z PCIe Sound Card
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BOLTS4BREKFAST wrote:
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.

BOLTS4BREKFAST
Level 12
That's correct ice009.
NZXT Phantom 820
Asus Rampage IV Extreme
NZXT HALE90v2 1200w PSU
Intel i7 3960X OC'd @ 4.7Ghz
Corsair H100i (Push/Pull)
MSI GAMING 4G GTX 980
16GB Corsair Dominator GT 2133Mhz
2 Samsung 840 Pro 256GB SSD's (RAID-0)
2 Samsung 850 Pro 256GB SSD's (RAID-0)
SoundBlaster Z PCIe Sound Card
Logitech Z906 5.1 Surround Sound
Sennheiser PC360 Headset
LG Blu-Ray Burner
Windows 10 Professional 64-bit

I7-4930kRampage
Level 7
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...