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2019/04/02 01:29:08 (permalink)
I also do not have a USB. Title makes this an easy question hopefully as I do not want to input all my settings again
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Re: How to save all settings after bios update? 2019/04/02 10:05:42 (permalink)
I don't have an immediate answer so I'll refer this to EVGA

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Re: How to save all settings after bios update? 2019/04/02 10:40:41 (permalink)
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I also do not have a USB. Title makes this an easy question hopefully as I do not want to input all my settings again



? no USB or the MB does Not offer the ability to save the setting to a USB
 
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Re: How to save all settings after bios update? 2019/04/02 10:51:18 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby Cool GTX 2019/04/02 10:59:07
Most of our newer boards offer the option to save and load your settings to USB, it's under the "Save and Exit" tab in the BIOS. Other than this, there's no other way to save your settings before flashing.

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Re: How to save all settings after bios update? 2019/04/02 20:00:16 (permalink)
Also note - you cannot use a saved file from one bios version to another
Either screen shot (F12) all of the changed bios screens so you can refer back too them or write down all changes you have made from the "Optimized" settings
Makes you get real good at knowing what the settings you are changing are and do


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Re: How to save all settings after bios update? 2019/04/03 00:08:29 (permalink)
I did save all setting to USB before flash then load the setting back from USB but sometime I got issue as " it is not compatible new bios " ?! :(

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Re: How to save all settings after bios update? 2019/04/03 00:18:28 (permalink)
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I did save all setting to USB before flash then load the setting back from USB but sometime I got issue as " it is not compatible new bios " ?! :(




See my post above yours


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Re: How to save all settings after bios update? 2019/04/03 20:13:35 (permalink)
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I did save all setting to USB before flash then load the setting back from USB but sometime I got issue as " it is not compatible new bios " ?! :(




See my post above yours


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