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Jlars231
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I cant update my bios from 0052 on the Intel DH77EB

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The only bios available for the board online is 0103. I can't find any older and when trying to update to this version it is unsuccessful. When using the exe method an error message shows saying the bios is an unsupported legacy bios. When using the bios itself to update it passes every stage but the firmware stage.

All i need is an older bios to bridge the gap or a way to force the new one. Any ideas?

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Jlars231
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Ok I spoke to an ex intel engineer (Thanks scott) and he told me how to fix it in case anyone else has the same problem.

There's a jumper on the motherboard, it will be the only one that's yellow.

Power off the pc, unplug it, then take out the jumper.

Go on another pc, put in a usb2.o drive, format it to fat32, do not select quick format.

Download the new bios you want to use, copy it onto the USB 

Eject the USB insert it into the pc you want to update the bios on.

Plug the PC in, power it on and it will automatically start the process. 

Wait for it to tell you to power off the pc then do so. 

Unplug the PC, put the jumper back in place (it should go on pins 1 and 2, they're labelled)

plug the pc back in, power it on and press F2 repeatedly until you're into the bios. if it's worked it should look different.

Press F9 to set it to defaults, then enter to accept. Then F10 to exit and Enter to accept.

Then press F2 to get back into the bios to make any changes you have left to make and viola you're done.

 

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LeonWaksman
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See this thread for @n.scott.pearson​  instructions how to update your bios, using recovery method: https://forums.intel.com/s/question/0D70P000006JbIOSA0

 

Leon

 

Jlars231
Novice
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Ok I spoke to an ex intel engineer (Thanks scott) and he told me how to fix it in case anyone else has the same problem.

There's a jumper on the motherboard, it will be the only one that's yellow.

Power off the pc, unplug it, then take out the jumper.

Go on another pc, put in a usb2.o drive, format it to fat32, do not select quick format.

Download the new bios you want to use, copy it onto the USB 

Eject the USB insert it into the pc you want to update the bios on.

Plug the PC in, power it on and it will automatically start the process. 

Wait for it to tell you to power off the pc then do so. 

Unplug the PC, put the jumper back in place (it should go on pins 1 and 2, they're labelled)

plug the pc back in, power it on and press F2 repeatedly until you're into the bios. if it's worked it should look different.

Press F9 to set it to defaults, then enter to accept. Then F10 to exit and Enter to accept.

Then press F2 to get back into the bios to make any changes you have left to make and viola you're done.

 

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abort4
Beginner
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ola amigos nao acho de geito nenhum uma bios mais nova da dh77eb pois comprei uma placa de video gtx1050 ti e ela nao da video !!! a mais placa de video mais velha funciona podem me ajudar ???

 

Jlars231
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Hi I'm having trouble understanding because of the language difference but you need to follow the steps in my message above. Update bios. If you can't find new bios let me know and send me an email and I will email it to you

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