Updating my bios
The 'BIOS is updating...' is still showing and no percentage counter is showing. I haven't done any fixes yet - I'm not sure where to start. I hope, I opened my case and noticed the pled is out of the system connector broken. And the joy is short lived - the message has not gone away.This is the latest pattern: Shut down and switch on and then the message appear shut down and hold CMOS Enter F1 and exit and then boot up fine. Thanks for your input and good to hear you've solved it. Out of the blue I had the overclocking failed and F1 to enter notification for the first time today. I didn't do any overclocking or anything like that since. I've never had this kind of problems with Maximus V Gene - threw everything at it, overclocked regularly and never flaked out on me.ASUS should delete those bios from their site and do a better job. It works without hiccups and has solved quite a few problems for many users. It works without hiccups and has solved quite a few problems for many users.If your system is stable with a specific BIOS version, just stick with that one. If your system is stable with a specific BIOS version, just stick with that one. If 0802 is good why my motherboard can't take it, I reset the CMOS and flashed the motherboard with the 0802 and still having the same issue '' Bios is Updating" Looping issue.I have tried everything to got the latest bios on my motherboard and have been impossible and ASUS support sucks because nobody can address the issue.If 0802 is good why my motherboard can't take it, I reset the CMOS and flashed the motherboard with the 0802 and still having the same issue '' Bios is Updating" Looping issue.
The Q-Code is 90 So far it's over an hour and still waiting.
Then go to the BIOS manufacturer's Web site to see if an upgrade is available.
Download the upgrade and the utility program needed to install it.
Sometimes the utility and update are combined in a single file to download.
Copy the program, along with the BIOS update, onto a floppy disk.