|DON`T flash the BIOS within Windows. |
Grab a USB stick and plug it into your PC.
Download the latest bios for your motherboard and unzip the .ROM file to the root of your USB stick.
Restart your PC, enter the BIOS, got to TOOLS-EZ-Flash, and if it is all working ok, you should see the contents of your USB stick listed.
(You can also do a backup of your original BIOS settings here, which will save you re-entering them all later )
Select the .ROM file, then follow the on screen instructions.
When it has finished, it will ask you to restart your PC.
At this point, it is a good idea (not essential), to power off completely and clear the CMOS, then power back up and re-enter all of your timings, voltages etc. (you only really need to do this step if you were having major problems before the BIOS flash.)
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