Skoopsrodid anyone try to get into bios with NO cpu installed?curious if that might work..
rblaes_99EVGAs solution is to send out a BIOS with 1.19 or 1.20 installed. The only issue I have with this solution is that there really isn't a way for me to update the other hard wired BIOS chips is there? I doubt I will ever use the other BIOS chips anyway, but mine are probably going to be stuck at 1.07 as it was shipped.
Nealx01DEJ915Load into bios and move the selector switch to whichever bios you want to flash and run the bios updater. This might sound goofy but works for every board I've ever used.
rblaes_99Nealx01DEJ915Load into bios and move the selector switch to whichever bios you want to flash and run the bios updater. This might sound goofy but works for every board I've ever used.Can confirm.... booting into windows with the 1.20 BIOS chip EVGA sent me, then moving slider, running the bios update batch allowed me to update all three BIOS to 1.20 and all is good. Thanks for the help.
it is a pity that no one has previously sent information to registered users about the possible occurrence of problems with the installation of the 10th generation CPUs. Just today I had a moment of time, my son and wife went on vacation, I made a new build and for good morning I get postcode"dF".damm!I can't flash mobo without CPU, I get the code "F" and that's it. What to do with this? I've tried USB stick with mobo box, with BIOS versions 1.12 and 1.14, did not help.
Can you help somehow with this? Is only RMA left for ATX Micro 2?