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BIOS update for gigabyte b85m-d3h

hii all , i assembled my pc, 6 months back and now its not working properly ,
. it shuts down automatically sometime after 4 hours , sometime even less , i did everything to get the solution , even got a new cpu cooler (just thought its getting shut because of overheating), got a new psu (seasonic ss620w) , but stiil no solution and atlast i got to know somehow that my BIOS is curropted . so i need to update it and i never did it before , please guide me how to update the windows for gigabyte b85m-d3h .
my current configuration is-

intel i5 4670 , gigabyte b85m-d3h , corsair vengance 4gb ram , 1tb hdd ,seasonic ss620w , cooler master tx3 evo.
thank u .
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  1. should be stated plain and simple in the boards manual of the recomended ways for it to be flashed
  2. i dont have much idea abt bios . i have downloaded the bios , but i dont know the procedure to update it . i heard , it could be risky , and this is my first time.
  3. yes it can be thats why i said to read the boards manual on it recomended steps on that i really dont want to tell you how and be called the guy that bricked your board but look these links over

    http://www.gigabyte.com/webpage/20/images/flashbios_dos.pdf

    http://www.gigabyte.com/webpage/20/images/utiltiy_qflash_uefi.pdf
  4. thank u for the link.
  5. hope it helps
  6. junkeymonkey said:
    hope it helps


    my current bios version shows F5 and the bios which i have downloaded from gigabyte website showing F12 version , should i go for update.
  7. hold on I went and looked at your board at gigabyte and there are 2 revisions did you get the right one for you ?? this is important you said that my current bios version shows F5 funny that there is only one bios listed for each revision of this board ... so you need to make dang sure witch revision you got and get the correct bios download.....

    rev 1
    http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4567#bios

    rev 2
    http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5013#bios
  8. junkeymonkey said:


    hold on I went and looked at your board at gigabyte and there are 2 revisions did you get the right one for you ?? this is important you said that my current bios version shows F5 funny that there is only one bios listed for each revision of this board ... so you need to make dang sure witch revision you got and get the correct bios download.....

    rev 1
    http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4567#bios

    rev 2
    http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5013#bios


    yo bro , its showing rev 1.1 so i think its rev 1 and the first link , what u have sent... thank u , thanks a lot hope everything goes well...
  9. k
  10. junkeymonkey said:
    k


    got an error in a black screen like "missing operating system" after updating bios .... , so i made a fresh istallation of windows 7 and till now the sytem is fine . so will it cause any problem later on to my system , bcz of error " "missing operating system".
  11. that may have depended on your hard drive setting in the bios there's ahci, ide and raid if when you updated the bios and it changed that you may have to change it back... if the drive was set up for ide and the bios setting is achi it won't boot or vice versa. a fresh install should be fine but remember what the hard drive setting is for next time something comes up.. hope it all stays god for you from here on out ..
  12. junkeymonkey said:
    that may have depended on your hard drive setting in the bios there's ahci, ide and raid if when you updated the bios and it changed that you may have to change it back... if the drive was set up for ide and the bios setting is achi it won't boot or vice versa. a fresh install should be fine but remember what the hard drive setting is for next time something comes up.. hope it all stays god for you from here on out ..


    thank u , so much ........
  13. Best answer
    ya, bios update will put it all back to its default settings-- keep track of your updates, programs and drivers you install on that fresh install if you add something and the bsods start one of them may be the blame
  14. junkeymonkey said:
    ya, bios update will put it all back to its default settings-- keep track of your updates, programs and drivers you install on that fresh install if you add something and the bsods start one of them may be the blame


    thank u......
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