As mentioned earlier, by other people, upgrading from 125 and earlier to 151 and later causes problems... About which I did not know.
I updated to the new version, and got a black screen, tried using the programmer to restore my old BIOS version from the dump, but every time I turn on the computer, it is replaced with a new version...
How can I revive the motherboard now?
The latest bios is 0163.
Here is the latest bios:
And, here are instructions for the recovery method:
And, if I were you, I would leave the "programmer" alone, unless you really want to brick your board.
"BIOS version 0151 includes support for 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ processors. Due to structural changes in this BIOS version, once a board has been converted to this version or later, it will no longer be possible to downgrade the BIOS to version 0132 or earlier. Attempting a BIOS downgrade to a previous version may fail – the board BIOS will remain at its current version."
So, I need to somehow run the recovery, or get a dump with version 0132 and above
You are not going to get a dump of any bios file. And, why do you need to downgrade? The latest bios supports both 2nd and 3rd gen processors.
Since you are messing with a programmer and are not able to install the latest bios, I can only assume you have trashed something.
This is a discontinued, and un-supported board.
Just seeing this post and my Intel DH67CL running Win10 20H2 (& previously 2004) has been blue screening almost every time it is on for at least an hour. It isn't getting overheated as it's in a skeleton, exposed chassis. Of course, the link you posted was removed and I was wondering if there was another way to get the final BIOS for this system board. Thanks loads!
Hi again Scott! Sorry I haven't replied sooner.
Downloaded your BIOS update but after extracting, it was a .pdf and a .bio file, which I'm not sure what to do with.
How do I go about upgrading my Intel motherboard BIOS with what you sent back in March?
Thanks again *very* much!