You will need BIOS 2004 or later on the 690 for it to work with a 13th Gen chip (most people say that BIOS 2103 is better, so go with that version which is also the latest one).
You can use Flashback to install that BIOS. Put the BIOS on a FAT32 formatted stick, rename it using the supplied tool and insert into the USB Flashback port. Hold the button for ~3 seconds. It should start to flash and after a few minutes (I don't know how long exactly as I have never used flashback myself, but it might take 10 minutes or longer) but once the light has gone off for a while then you can reboot and you should have BIOS 2103. Any problems, there are online guides about how to do it. https://rog.asus.com/technology/republic-of-gamers-motherboard-innovations/usb-bios-flashback/
Once that is done, if you have an NVME drive, do NOT install it in M.2_1 (because ME firmware is not updated yet and it might not work) but it should still work in other slots. Then you can do an install of Windows and update ME Windows drivers and ME firmware. After that, you can move the Windows boot drive back to M.2_1 if you wish. If you are using a SATA connected drive (SSD or HD), then I don't think you will have any problems.
Let us know if that works...
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