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You can simply flash the latest version of the BIOS. The firmware is always provided as a full image that overwrites the old one, not as a patch, so the latest version will contain all the fixes and features that were added in the previous versions. There is no need for an incremental update.


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Colleague “A” is 100% correct: Wake-on-LAN (WoL) functionality dependent on the motherboard and related BIOS settings. The NIC should be able to support WoL and the BIOS needs to be able to make sense of the NIC saying, “Hey! This is your NIC and my WoL has been triggered! Do you care do do something with this info, motherboard?” As explained very clearly ...


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reset bios settings to defaults. unplug and plug all hard drives. then set your boot priorities.


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@Zuck's answer is fine, but much quicker via the Command Line Interface (CLI). Open up cmd as Administrator then run: reg ADD HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\TimeZoneInformation /t REG_DWORD /v RealTimeIsUniversal /d 1


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What you listen is the power on self test, POST for the friends. The computer power-on self-test (POST) tests the computer to make sure it meets the necessary system requirements and that all hardware is working properly before starting the remainder of the boot process. You said something like... well the like is important, it is the message that ...


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Get it before it's gone: ftp://83.140.154.228/inserve/ILOM_and_BIOS/ ILOM-3_0_16_15_d_r82498-Sun_Fire_X4170_X4270_X4275.pkg


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Gigabyte released a new utility that allows you to change the mode of the chipset SATA controller between IDE, AHCI, and RAID (if available), from within Windows. For now on, who have Gigabyte MB have this possibility as well.


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turn it ON! Nvidia Card does scaling if this option is on, less latency then onbaord intel gpu. Use it if you play games. TUrn off if you want that intel does scaling, this involves scaling problems but better performance if use your gpu for rendering where latency doesn´t matter. And of course turn it on if you have the UHD Version of Y50 - less laggy ...


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Make sure sure your memory is compatible with the following: Dual channel, 2 slots, Non-ECC, 240-pin DDR2, Un-buffered Types: 667/PC2-5300, 800/PC2-6400 Source IPM31 Motherboard layout reference


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It could simply be that your HDD is only SATA 2 ready. Otherwise... SATA 2 has far less compatability issues than SATA 3. Not to say SATA 3 has many issues at all but SATA 2 will work with just about anything. If your drive is unformatted, it is possible that the motherboard just detects a generic storage device and so switches to a 'compatability mode'.


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Your HDD is gone. You should never open the cover of a hard drive, as a speck of dust will destroy the hard drive. If 1 speck can cause this, imagine the hundreds of thousands of specks in your room. Very clearly explained on this web page: The title of this article says everything you need to know. You should never, ever open the cover of your hard ...


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I manage to get it working! Problem was those Entrys (#0-2), there was same Entry (#1) for TDP and 3D Clock. I changed TDP to use Entry #1, 3D to use Entry #2 and Boost to use Entry #0. Then I changed 3D clock to 1280MHz and that's it. Now it runs smooth at 1280MHz and boosts it down for a while when not needed. So actually, the only problem was the user ...


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There might be a problem with the creation of the boot pendrive. See this article : How to Create a Bootable UEFI USB Flash Drive for Installing Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1 On how to : Create a Bootable UEFI USB Flash Drive using Free Program Rufus Manually Create a Bootable UEFI USB Flash Drive


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CPU: Core i7-4790K (4.0Ghz, 4C, HT, L3:8M, HD Graphic, 88W, rev.C0) Since PCB: All BIOS Revision: 2001 Note: Before using the new Intel 4th Gen Core processors, we suggest that you first download the BIOS updater for new Intel 4th Gen Core Processors and then update the BIOS using this tool. Source You will have to determine the ...


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Based on the symptoms you describe it sounds like your OS has USB 2.0 drivers but not USB 3.0 drivers. I found a good summary on a post by tonymac user a6f691ac: XHCI Mode = Disabled - The on-board USB 3.0 port function like a 2.0 port XHCI Mode = Enabled - The on-board USB 3.0 port function like a 3.0 port XHCI Mode = Auto - The ...



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