Asus bios not updating
I could not find this setting anywhere in my M2N68-AM Plus v0210 BIOS.After some further research I figured that I should perhaps upgrade my BIOS, so I searched and managed to download the latest version (v1804) as a ROM file.
I've recently decided that I want to try and utilize my two graphics cards so that I can have a dual monitor setup.
Unfortunately Windows only seems to notice my most recent graphics card installation - and so I've been told that I should look into my BIOS and try to enable two graphics cards.
Model K54C (CPU 1) Version 1.0 Chipset Vendor Intel Chipset Model Memory 6.00GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 665MHz Graphics Card OEM - Intel Model HD Graphics Sound Card OEM Monitor(s) Displays OEM Keyboard OEM Mouse Microsoft PSU OEM Case OEM Cooling OEM Hard Drives Manufacturer Hitachi Product Family Travelstar Series Prefix Standard Model Capacity For This Specific Drive 500GB Internet Speed 4 Mbps ADSL Browser Chrome 64bit Antivirus Windows Defender Other Info Billion 400G Wi-fi router They (updates) are not incremental for some years now, you can go straight to newest version.
Asus has own utility to do it from Windows automatically, should be able to do it from BIOS itself too but there are some caveats with all that. If you are not REALLY comfortable doing it, leave it to professional if you must do it.
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Asus BIOS Update utility (at least for desktop MBs) if it works on laptops, should be able to find newest BIOS without actually changing it and is accurate enough to find real BIOS update for you.
Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Home made OS Windows 8.1 Pro CPU AMD FX 6350Be @4.8GHz Motherboard Gigabyte GA-990XA-UD3 Memory 8GB Kingston 1866 Graphics Card MSI AMD R7 260 oc PSU Sharkoon, Silent Storm 660W Case CM Dragon Tower Cooling CCM Nepton 140xl Hard Drives Silicon Power V70 240GB SSD Kingston V300 120GB SSD WD 750GB Green WD 500GB black Bunch of backup HDDs.
Also you should check if there's a way to revert to the current version even if the new install has an error. You should only update the BIOS if the update addresses a specific problem you are having, not just because there is a newer version available. Some systems provide an easy recovery from this, others do not.