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    Asus P5B - deluxe BIOS/DRIVER update?

    ASUS webby wont load, and I wanted to ask if there is an update for the BIOS/Driver for the mobo and if so, is there a significant performance/reason to update?

    Cheers
    Last edited by Oobie-; 14-02-2007 at 01:06 AM.
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    That would depend on what version you have now

    ftp://ftp.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socke...luxe%20Wifi-AP

    Thats all of the official releases. The latest one seems to be the best one for me.
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    How would I check what BIOS & driver version I have now?

    Which one is the latest one Clunk? I'm confused.
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    BIOS version will be displayed somewhere on the POST screen (where it counts your RAM up on startup)

    Driver versions can be seen by digging through device manager in windows.
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    ah yes, Bios = 0614

    Can't see the mobo driver though
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    the latest BIOS is 1004

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    Unless you're having problems why bother flashing the update?

    Speaking as someone who has trashed a mb with a bad flash I try and avoid it unless I am really going to get something out of it.

    Chks

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    I'm having trouble getting board past 400fsb stable; does latest BIOS help with this does anyone know?

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    good point chunkers. I would have thought it just makes running/reliability better. And cheers boon, thanks
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