I am using "DH61HO" Board and am trying to update BIOS from (https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/28300?v=t) with f7 method and in starting it shows error that "Capsule Header Invalid" and won't happen, can someone please help me out of this, am realy want to upgrade help!!!
MY CURRENT BIOS VERSION\DATE : HOH6110H.86A.0011.2012.0530.1036, 30-05-2012
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Am facing issues after bios update to 816
Beeping issue, it beeps three times likely ram error because of it i cleaned all the cabinet but still it is not every time since i update my bios it beeps after servel days and then i have to restart it 2 or 3 times then it starts normally.
Can i downgrade my bios to 813 and how?
You can do the recovery method described here: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005630/boards-and-kits.html
First, however, I would try to use only one stick of memory at a time, until I isolated the offending stick. You may also want to check your power supply (or use a different power supply).
Intermittent startup issues like this are a sure sign of borderline-working memory. I agree with Al, test DIMMs alone and in combinations to find borderline-working DIMM. You might also want to use something like MemTest86+ to test the operation of these DIMMs. Intermittent (inconsistent power generation) power supplies can also cause these issues.
I tried to recover bios via jumper method but after removing jumper and turn on pc with bootable usb 813 file in it with "rufus" software
My pc starts with black screen nothing happens usb is plugged in before removing jumper and i replug usb and restart but nothing happens screen black.
The issues am facing:
Many times my ram decreases to 4gb until i plug out both and reinstalled them
1st it happens 4 times till now and, When ram decreases i plug out one ram (pc is on) to know which one is defected and i know but the second time other ram seems defaulted then i go for ram port check i exchange ram slots and ram decreasetion happened now with the other port
So as am going to know something wrong with the bios
The BIOS Recovery process is documented here: Intel Desktop Boards Recovery BIOS Update Instructions. Nowhere does it mention using Rufus.
Please read these instructions carefully before continuing. As well, note - and follow - these additional instructions:
- Use USB 2.0 flash drive. Do not use USB 3.0 flash drives.
- On a Windows-based PC (NOT a PC running Linux or MACOS), use the standard Windows Format dialog to reformat the flash drive using the FAT32 file system (and ONLY the FAT32 file system) and with the Quick Format option disabled. If Format app doesn't offer FAT32 as a choice, this means flash drive is too big; get a smaller one.
- Place BIOS .BIO file (and ONLY one .BIO file) onto flash drive.
- Properly eject the flash drive to ensure no corruption.
- Insert flash drive in black USB 2.0 port on the back panel of the board to be updated. Do not use blue USB 3.0 or yellow USB Charging ports. Do not use any front panel USB ports.
Hope this helps,