Asus bios not updating
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Hey there everyone, so I have had this Windows 8 asus computer for about a year now, never had any big problems with it, I was on steam, I started dark souls, it started normally, then all of a sudden, the screen turned tealish and the speakers were making a screeching noise.
I just bought ASUS N550jv but after installing windows 8.1 and ASUS drivers I got with the laptop it doesn't detect the GPU(n Vidia GEFORCE 750M).
Asus bios not updating
Hi, First of all you have to remove all of graphic drivers on your computer.
restart your computer and while it is opening press F2 button and on Bios click on graphic settings. then, firstly load intel driver and nvidia drivers. Here's some more symptoms to help people find this: 1) there was a yellow triangle warning mark alongside n Vidia adapter in device manager; 2) driver reported code 43: Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems; 3) n Vidia control panel reported: you are not currently using display attached to nvidia gpu; 4) and finally, windows update failed to install latest n Vidia driver.
but download their newer versions for graphic card update. Hello I am having the same issue after upgrading to windows 8.1 today. Note: use BIOS-flash found here, but backup important files before you do i have same issue too.
Regards, Forget all previous "solutions": you need to update your BIOS to version 208: It says it fixes the problem: BIOS 208 Reset dgpu GC6. I bought my laptop a week ago and I'm not sure actually it uses nvidia geforce. Could you just tell me which graphic card is mentionned on advanced parameters : (here's a screenshot) you can see on mine is mentionned intel hd graphics with only 1792 Mo (nvidia should be about 4Go). That was the solution of the problem described above!!! i downloaded bios flash utilities for my asus n550jv. i downloaded bios flash utilities for my asus n550jv.
Did you try to discharge the voltage inside the laptop, take out the battery, disconnect the adapter, push the power button for one minute. I can't say this is exactly what I did but was around these lines. Got the same problem, only my bios wont accept enabling cms.. Updating the bios wont work either, cause it for some stupid reason needs 20% battery, and my battery is dead and gone. Its an asus x501a I've tried disabling everything I could think of etc, and it's still not doing any thing any help would be appreciated thank you.