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M2N32-SLI Deluxe AM3 Support Request
#21
I was able to flash the AM3 beta bios with a 4600+ cpu.

Now for the new cpu...any suggestions for the best cpu option.

Thanks,
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#22
Are you running on the AM3 BETA bios now? Any troubles/suggestions/comments?

I have an X6 1090t ready to use, but I'm waiting for positive reports on the Beta Bios.

If you flashed it and it works without issues, I'm willing to flash mine and put on the 1090.
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#23
I flashed the AM3 Beta bios without any problems. I made a usb boot drive and flashed from dos using 4600+ cpu.

Let me know if the 1090 works...thanks.

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#24
I have been away for a while, I'll try flashing the Bios tomorrow using the AM3 Beta posted here. If that works, then it's time for the real test with the 1090.

I'll keep you posted.

EDIT: I'm having some trouble finding the Bios in the FTP section. Any help would be much appreciated.
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#25
FTP Resources: http://bios-mods.com/BIOS/CPU/M2N32-SLI%20Deluxe/
BIOS Image: http://bios-mods.com/BIOS/CPU/M2N32-SLI%...X6BETA.BIN
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(12-27-2010, 06:24 PM)TheWiz Wrote: FTP Resources: http://bios-mods.com/BIOS/CPU/M2N32-SLI%20Deluxe/
BIOS Image: http://bios-mods.com/BIOS/CPU/M2N32-SLI%...X6BETA.BIN
O_O

I'm an user of OCN.net (where there is the biggest 3d for this MB) and I have seen now ur new bios custom.

I have 2 questions:
1) Have u some screenshot of cpuz or other, with x6 on m2n32-sli deluxe?
2) Is so different for u, do a bios also for m2n32-sli PREMIUM (I have on 940BE)?

Thx!
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#27
Thanks once again, TheWiz!

I downloaded everything needed (the .bin image, the HP formatting tool, the AWFlash utility and the Win98 Disk Image). However, I'm having trouble formatting the USB pendrive. I run the HP tool, tick the appropiate boxes and select the Win98 Image. It does format the drive, but doesn't copy any files into it, thus not making it a boot drive.

Any ideas?
Also, is USB+AWFlash the only way to flash my BIOS? Can't I use ASUS Flashing Utility, like I have done with all BIOS updates so far?

Any help would be higly appreciated.
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#28
You probably could use the ASUS utility, I just know my method is tested which is why I reccommend it. The files are there, but they register as hidden system files which is why you don't see hem. After running the utility, just copy awdflash and the bios image and you're all set to boot into the USB.
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#29
Crash01ita,

This testing is being done based on the original M2N-SLI-DELUXE board that BIOS-MODS gave full AM3 support to. While we know the image is successful, we are waiting on Keyzer's result to confirm the X6 is working with CPU-Z shots. This is however easily re-applied to the M2N32- Premium, however we have not done so until these tests are confirmed.

Thanks,
TheWiz
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#30
No, I know about hidden system files. I always keep my Explorer settings to "show system and hidden files", anyway. I tried turning that off and on again, I even tried exploring the USB pendrive on a different computer. It's empty.

Anyway, I flashed the new Beta BIOS using ASUS utility. Everything seems to run perfectly fine. I'm going to stick the X6 in there now.

Wish me luck!
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