Updating bios q flash
I would guess that more then 90% of RMA's due to a bad flash, were because of @BIOS alone.Yes it may work for you once or twice but if you keep using it you will find out the hard way it is not a good idea. FAT32/16/12 Partition on your disk (FAT32 Is best) 4.Each BIOS version is preceded with the letter F followed by a number.
However you may still make and use it if you find it easier for you.
The one file we need is named the same as your motherboard, followed by a dot and the BIOS version.
So in the case of the X79-UD3 board, the file we’re looking is simply named X79UD3.
The only stipulation is that it must be formatted in FAT32 – but don’t worry, FAT32 is by far the most common formatting type for USB thumb drives, so it shouldn’t be an issue.
Now, with our USB thumb drive connected, we can reboot the PC.