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I bought the CPU back in 2015 of June/July and bought the motherboard a couple of weeks ago. Read here: You have to Convert your Motherboard to . ROM Right now your on a 2105 BIOS When you run that converter it will change you to 2105 . NOTE: All of the lights on the motherboard worked just fine. They managed to flash the BIOS and get the computer to POST. NTFS is not a correct format, so don't expect your motherboard to work if you try to flash from that format. CAP I would just use the Converter first and let it change you over to . My dumbass self did in fact forget to put the CPU and RAM back in after trying these steps without the RAM and CPU, so I don't know if the motherboard won't "turn on" unless there's a CPU and RAM inserted. Fit them into the board but dont do the ROG Connect. My problem was that my Sandisk Cruzer glide doesn't fomat to FAT32; only ex FAT and NTFS.
Asus Update is for 32-bit only, AFUDOS doesn't appear to work on my Windows 7 64-bit system (I think it's supposed to run in DOS or something - but that just sounds confusing since I know nothing about DOS). Remember to use a flash drive that is formatted FAT/FAT32 and also rename the file to a short file name such as 1804. ROM file from the file the BIOS downloads from, EZ-Flash does not support ZIP files. (At least for some older BIOS versions.) You must have a FAT/FAT32 (not ex FAT) filesystem.
Highly recommend backing up the current BIOS by hitting the B key, name it something like 0210. Tom, In AI Suite II, click on the update button, then ASUS update. It will ask you how you want to update the bios, and you can select "from the Internet", download the BIOS or whatever.
I suppose the most direct and easiest way is just to update from the Internet.
With ASUS Win Flash, there are no options to select such as you would do with ASUS Update, the more mature application that allows you to save the current BIOS of your motherboard to a file, update it from a file or from the Internet, download it from the Internet or just check it for information.
As soon as you start ASUS Win Flash, it prompts you to deliver the BIOS file you already downloaded over the Internet from the dedicated section of your exact MB model on the ASUS support website.