I have never seen a bios update as part of a scheduled maintenance by a hardware manufacturer.
After download, extract the update (run the to extract, but don’t run utility afterwards) to a folder with the model name, in this case a folder named L460. Then enter all your models and the latest BIOS version you downloaded.
Here, create tab delimited headers ‘Model’ and ‘Version’.
I have similar system to you:rampv,5930x,win 7 ultimate,gtx980s. Basically, I was creating the UBU folder within my Downloads folder, which didn't work. I haven't had any of those so far, but it might be better to wait for the fixed microcode patch to lessen the chance of post flash scares. I haven't had any of those so far, but it might be better to wait for the fixed microcode patch to lessen the chance of post flash scares.
For the Rampage V Extreme, the BIOS image size is *always* 16,386 KB. Are you noticing any general problems,event viewer errors, or uncalled system reboots after updating the microcode? Intel pulled the current microcode version from its download site after having pinpointed the cause of the spontaneous reboots. In the meantime I took pictures of my current overclock, so I will have a record of my current bios settings. Rampage Extreme V Cpu:5930 Memory: Corsair Vengance 16 [email protected] 2666 not xmp Power: Corsair AX1200i Case: Caselabs Merlin SM8 Cooling: cpu only: XSPC Ray Storm/ XSPC 480 rad Gpu: Gigabyte 980 G1 sli Win 7 ultimate 64 bit It's odd that the location has an influence. Intel pulled the current microcode version from its download site after having pinpointed the cause of the spontaneous reboots.
Here’s for the installation phase (thanks for bug report from /u/davidnait over on reddit): And lastly, post-install phase. Full Deploy-Application.ps1 here: https:// Create application in SCCM Create application as you normally do.
These instructions are primarily for owners of the original Rampage V Extreme since I have that mobo. FYI: A quirk that may or may not occur with your R5E. That's why the CPU microcode needs to be updated ASAP, preferably without resulting in spontaneous reboots.
Thanks again- your easy to follow directions are greatly appreciated! Thanks again- your easy to follow directions are greatly appreciated! However, bad things can happen between when pernicious code is first released into the wild and when software updates are installed to block it, which could be days apart.
7) Run a Power Shell or DOS Command Prompt with admin priviledges. 8) Enter: .\UBU The name of the BIOS image file will appear momentarily at the top-left corner. I have similar system to you:rampv,5930x,win 7 ultimate,gtx980s. I have similar system to you:rampv,5930x,win 7 ultimate,gtx980s. I'll give ASUS another few weeks to release an updated BIOS before attempting this, again, AND I want to be sure that microcode doesn't cause reboots, even though you'd said you didn't have issues. Just doing that should stop *known* malware from executing.
Also, without CSM disabled, the PC will *freeze* when trying to load the saved BIOS settings from the USB drive. 1) Download the latest version of "UEFI BIOS Updater". The site currrently links to UBU_V1_69_10_2which is what I downloaded. I found the file in "Xeon Turbo Unlock Tools.zip" which can be obtained here: https:// ( Didn't have to sign up to get it. I extracted the BIOS image and renamed it R5E_3801. The Linux Processor Microcode page there now is an older one.