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DH67BL bios 0150

idata
Community Manager
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I'm tired of trying to play Modern Warfare with the integrated graphics card (Intel 3000), when the correction is coming out for the 0150 bios? If I replace my ATI 6850 with a NVIDIA 560 the PC works well?

Thanks

HAS

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idata
Community Manager
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why are you still on 0150 ? aren't you supposed to be using 0132 ???

i am back on 0132 and installed windows 8 preview. the pc is now faster and runs cooler than before.

idata
Community Manager
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It is impossible to go back to 0132 the new bios does not leave , the only solution is to wait for an update to correct the 0150, I tried to get back in every way and it is not possible, also intel also says that is impossible. But if you now some way to go back I thank you.

"The loss of LAN after updating to BIOS version 0150 is caused by a previously unseen memory allocation conflict between ATI* video cards and the onboard LAN resources. This behavior has not been observed with other manufacturer's add-in video cards. As a temporary workaround, LAN connectivity can be restored by removing the ATI video card and using onboard video instead.

Intel regrets any inconvenience caused by this issue and is working to provide a corrected BIOS as soon as possible."

idata
Community Manager
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Hi,

you are able to downgrade from 0150 to 0146 via F7. And you are able to downgrade from 0150 to 0132 via Recovery-BIOS, that means that you have to remove the BIOS-Jumper and insert a CD-ROM with the *0132.bio on it.

idata
Community Manager
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First: The 0146 bios isn,t anymore in download center.

Second: I try the recovery bios with 0132 in a cd-rom and in a pen drive removing the jumper and nothing, the display went black and nothing help. I only put the bios file in the cd-rom/pen drive, is there a special way to make this cd-rom/pen drive? Tell me your steps because I don´t no what to do. In the past I have made 2 downgrade bios but this time I can´t. Do you no if the new bios takes to long?

Thanks

HAS

idata
Community Manager
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you have to go back to 146 and then to 132. you can use the express method from windows.

if you need 146 i can mail it to you.

idata
Community Manager
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I would like to try, but how to do this without exposing my email to everybody?

idata
Community Manager
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With my DH67GD (running with BL0150P.BIO) is was possible to boot without the Recoveryjumper and load the BL0132P.BIO directly from a CD-ROM (no multisession).

Are you able to write PNs?

idata
Community Manager
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Hello harishu,

i need verion 146, too. Can you mail it to me, please?

My email address: ***** (edited for personal information)

Thank you!

Silvia_L_Intel1
Employee
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Hello,

There is a new BIOS version 0160 available for this board. Please check the following link:

Download Center

Thanks

RRamo7
New Contributor III
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Hi Haspt,

We discovered that when attempting to update to version 0146 from a version earlier than 0132, the system may hang. So it was deleted from the system.

We recommend to you to use the latest BIOS version available in our website which is 0160 at the following link: Download Center

Stephenellis2000
Beginner
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Hi i know it's a little late in the day on this thread but does anyone know where to get hold of old legacy bios files ? They are no longer on the downloads page at Intel support.. I need to re flash after v162 flash fail ... Please reply if you can help ... Thanks steve
n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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I provided what I had. Have you tried using the BIOS Recovery process with the latest (BL0163.bio)?

...S

Stephenellis2000
Beginner
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Hi thanks for your reply ... Yes I've tried the recovery method to no avail ... I still get a black screen with no functionality whatsoever... I'm thinking I may gave to replace the BIOS chip for a pre programmed one ...trouble is Im not sure which chip is the bios to desolder (there are several contenders on the board) etc also if I get a chip with an earlier bios version I'll have to go through the update again ...which may in turn brick the board again .... not sure if the best way to go with this tbh...any help appreciated thanks steve
AlHill
Super User
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" I may gave to replace the BIOS chip for a pre programmed one"

 

Bad decision.  When you do that, you are using the identity of another board.

 

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Stephenellis2000
Beginner
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What I meant was solder another pre flashed bios to the mobo ...as it's stands now the board is dead no activity whatsoever when I power on ...apart from binning it and replacing etc it's the only other option I have .

Thanks

Steve
AlHill
Super User
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And, from where will the pre-flashed chip get the bios?  Who will provide the mac addresses for your board? Who will provide the board ID information?

 

Nope, bad idea.  If the board is truely dead, trash it, and get yourself a new board made in this decade.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
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