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Do I require to update my bios? BSOD problems

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Posted · Original PosterOP

When I'm starting my pc and go into my bios settings, disabling XMP profile and reboot, my pc gives all kinds of different BSOD (Blue screen of death) errors, the commonly one is:

 

- WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR"
- DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

 

(I did system factory reset, run a virus scan program to check, checking the command prompt etc)
Nofthing solve the issue so far...

 

- I have an Asus ROG Maximus XI Z390 motherboard (at December, 2018)

I haven't installed the BIOS 0602 for my current Bios/Mobo yet..mabye it will fix all my problems? And how do I install it? I'm afraid to ruin something else or system... ?

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Another note is, when I have XMP enabled, I get no BSOD or any problem whatsoever...do I have to update my Bios? I really don't know what else might be wrong in the normal settings...

Need some help please :)

 

Thank you in advance, 

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4 minutes ago, Jetsada said:

when I have XMP enabled, I get no BSOD or any problem whatsoever

Is there a specific reason you would need XMP off?


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1 minute ago, fasauceome said:

Is there a specific reason you would need XMP off?

There is actually no specific reason, I was wondering why I get blue screens of death, when I'm trying to run my computer with XMP turned off...

I really wonder if I need to update my Bios/Motherboard I need some help...

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Yes, you should update your Bios!


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2 minutes ago, Constantin said:

Yes, you should update your Bios!

I have been stressing about my BSOD over couple of days....so it does really fix all of my problems and probally for gaming too I guess..since Its crashing/freezing..I would look up how to properly update my bios, do u have any suggestions?

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4 minutes ago, Jetsada said:

I have been stressing about my BSOD over couple of days....so it does really fix all of my problems and probally for gaming too I guess..since Its crashing/freezing..I would look up how to properly update my bios, do u have any suggestions?

It is a simple procedure.

Download the file into a blank USB stick, leave it on, restart the PC and enter bios.

When entering Bios, there must be an option "Flash" bios, select it and select the stick that the file is on and let it update (do no turn on the pc at that moment).


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Its always a good idea to update your BIOS (google the version to make sure it won't brick your board). A lot of modern boards can actually download the update while you are in the BIOS, but you can always download to the root directory of a flash drive or hard drive and manually select the file to flash. Procedure is quick and easy, quite painless, really.


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4 minutes ago, Constantin said:

It is a simple procedure.

Download the file into a blank USB stick, leave it on, restart the PC and enter bios.

When entering Bios, there must be an option "Flash" bios, select it and select the stick that the file is on and let it update (do no turn on the pc at that moment).

I have a download the new file (my current old bios is version 0502) the new one is 0702,

But it's a winrar file when I open it, I get this: 

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3 minutes ago, Eastman51 said:

Its always a good idea to update your BIOS (google the version to make sure it won't brick your board). A lot of modern boards can actually download the update while you are in the BIOS, but you can always download to the root directory of a flash drive or hard drive and manually select the file to flash. Procedure is quick and easy, quite painless, really.

the new bios version file looks like this, drag the file into an empty usb stick? 

I should put it somehow on a USB stick? and then restart and go into bios? 

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1 minute ago, Jetsada said:

the new bios version file looks like this, drag the file into an empty usb stick? 

I should put it somehow on a USB stick? and then restart and go into bios? 

nmbbnmmnb.png

Unzip the file in to the usb, and follow the instruction above


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