Hello, i have a DH61BR motherboard. with a i3 2100 and a Gigabyte 750TI 1GB, the problem is that the motherboard is Incompatible with this card and will not "see" the gpu, and in bios always the PCI-e says "Not populated" but in reality me friend plug hes GTX 750 TI from zotac and just works! and my card works in another motherboard so its a compatibility problem, me card is a newer version than of my friend. and diggin in internet and forums i fond a guy with the same problem but in a RX480 and he says that a Bios update fixed the problem. my bios is a
BEH6110H.86A i found several link in Intel site, but all are broken because of the driver wipe, so can someone send me a newer vension of this particular motherboard? the version is BEH6110H.86A.0020.2011.0218.1538 From 02/18/2011 anithing newer than that and i will be happy
Sorry for me bad english its not me native language
so, i make more research and find that me motherboard is in reality a DH61CR-BR so, DH61CR Bios gonna work, the problem is, no more links to bios in intel site, can pls someone help me ? me bios is in version 0020 and i need to upgrade it to 0099 and furthermore 0120 (latest)
It does not matter what your board model number is. Intel has discontinued support for these board, and has removed all bios and driver files as the announcement states.
...And you need multiple versions of the the BE BIOS in order to make any progress. I can provide you with the latest BE BIOS, but attempting to just install this - even via the BIOS Recovery process - will likely brick your board. You are correct that you need multiple versions of the BIOS to perform this upgrade. Multiple versions are necessary to get you through and beyond the installation of support for 3rd generation Core processors. It is the ME firmware that needs to be updated incrementally in order to accomplish this and these incremental firmware releases are distributed as part of the BIOS update files.
I am checking into getting the necessary files out of Intel. I will let you know - but feel free to ping me if you haven't heard from me in a few weeks.
I forgot to mention: Another datapoint: I am using NVIDIA's own GeForce GTX 750 Ti card in my DZ68ZV system.
Sorry for the late response, i find the BE bios in another site, and have successful upgrading all version of the bios, just need to start with version 34,41,44, after this just put the bicked 99 and use the recovery to upgrade to 116 and finally 120 and now my GTX 750 Ti is Working ! but thankyu for your time sr.
Same problem would be the same answer, correct?
What is your problem? Describe in detail.
Hello, I have the same motherboard, I am currently using 2gb of ram. from a search on the board support and it accepts 16gb of ram, but I open the manual and says that to work it needs to be with stored bios. in my bios this version BEH6110H.86A.0044.2012.0531.1710. Or do you have any way of knowing if my 8gb ram can work.
There are multiple board model numbers in this thread. State which board model number you have, and how much memory you have, and what the density of each memory stick is.
"https://ark.intel.com/content/www/br/pt/ark/products/51857/intel-desktop-board-dh61cr.html" I saw here on this site that it works with 1600 memory, so I bought one of 8gb 1600 .... do you think it will work?
About the BIOS, I will wait for the colleague and the main answer to know how his procedure was, because I also want to install a video card.
The spec says "DDR3 1333 MHz and DDR3 1066 MHz SDRAM DIMMs" not 1600. It may work, it may not.
I have attached a ZIP file containing BE BIOS version 120. Note the following:
To help you better, here are my step-by-step instructions for BIOS Recovery: