How are you attempting to do recovery? Are you removing the yellow jumper? Are you using a fat32 formatted usb stick, on one of the black usb ports on the backside of the board?
- remove all usb device, sata device, PCI graphic card
- remove jumper and cmos battery, wait 30 min
- to USB v2/black insert 16GB USB fat32 key, only BH0100.BIO file
- power on, wait few minutes, on board HDMI out not work (my processor not have graphic core?)
- power off, come back bios jumper, back PCI graphic card
- power on and starts successfully to version about 57 (why didn't it upgrade to version 100 from USB key?)
then connect keyboard, use F7, select file BH0100.BIO, Flash update successfully.
After restart, remove USB key and BIOS not starting.
POST codes 15, top led 18,17,12,11 slowly blink, down led one light red "HOT"
procesor is Intel Core i5-3350P
this my first bios update, i buy new graphic card PCIe 3.0 and dont run, old card is PCIe version 1.
On downloadcenter.intel.com not any bios, end support 2019, i search on net any EXE to update bios, after run and restart PC not work, power on and power off to 2 sec and power on.... cycle
After maybe cmos battery removed to repair? and then run OK start bios version 57.
It was silly to run F7 and try the update to version 100.
Can send me version 57 file .BIO and try run repair?
Photo before all today changes.
Actually, support for *all* of Intel's Desktop Board products ended in 2014, with Intel's exit from the motherboard business. 2019 was simply the year where they got slimy and stopped hosting downloads for these products.
Going to BIOS 100 is ok - provided you only attempt to do so via the BIOS Recovery process.
On a Windows-based PC, reformat the USB flash disk to FAT32 with Quick Formatting option disabled.
Let's face it, compatibility with modern graphics cards is going to be hit or miss (and mostly miss). There are the issues of the PCIe implementation and the BIOS' UEFI support level and compatibility. In my own testing, I was most successful using MSI boards (but why this is is not understood). The last one I successfully tested with these boards was a GTX 750ti card. With my 8 Series board, I am using a GTX 1060, however.
Hope this helps,
I try slowly formatting and use BH0100.BIO, unfortunately without change.
I don't have the strength to fight anymore, I'll send the PC in for service.
Hosting old files can't be challenging for such a large business.
If I buy new things, it can't be Intel anymore.