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Also how do i got about updating all the other updates that are available for my MB is there a away to download all off them at once and install them at once or do I have to go one by one?A computer's Basic Input-Output System (BIOS) is embedded software on a motherboard.
Suppose that a motherboard doesn't ship with a BIOS that supports your CPU.
IF the CPU is an entirely new series, (say the first 25nm chips or a new codename) then you may have to either upgrade the motherboard BIOS using an older but supported CPU, or send the motherboard back to the dealer / manufacturer to be upgraded, or only perhaps for the hardcore readers) from media (floppy, cdrom, I don't know about USB).
I don't know how common this process is, but I have seen Asus and at least one other manufacturers offer this capability.
If you accidentally remove the microcode that your processor needs, your system may fail to boot.
We are not responsible if your system is damaged while attempting this. LGA 775 BIOSes are usually around 1024 KB in size, so look for a file about that size. If it isn't the right file, MMTOOL will let you know.
Can you still get into BIOS and flash it without the correct CPU?
For example, does it automatically downgrade from 6-core to 4-core so you can at least get into BIOS and flash it?This is called the ESCD (Extended System Configuration Data) and this is usually stored in additional non-volatile memory also referred to as NVRAM (Non-Volatile Random Access Memory) Over the years as technology has changed people still refer to the BIOS as both CMOS and NVRAM, however they are subtly different.The CMOS contains the BIOS and its settings, the NVRAM contains the ESCD, updating the BIOS will not clear the NVRAM.Just got a quick question regarding updating my BIOS and what order to go with.Since my MB is stock I checked the ASUS site for the updates and there are quite a few versions for the BIOS and I wasn't sure if I should just download the latest and flash with that one or go though all of them one by one and flash my BIOS all the way up to the most current version?BIOS is an acronym that stands for Basic Input Output System.