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so I want to update my bios for a new cpu but, when I updated to the BETA version of it I cant update to the latest one its said the message, Bios does not exist, but I already downloaded the right bios and my cpu perfectly supports it, I use fat32 and not NTFS

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6 minutes ago, The General said:

so I want to update my bios for a new cpu but, when I updated to the BETA version of it I cant update to the latest one its said the message, Bios does not exist, but I already downloaded the right bios and my cpu perfectly supports it, I use fat32 and not NTFS

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Maybe your board doesn't have the chipset it's looking for.

Never try to force a bios update, it will always end in more problems.

What I'd suggest is make sure you have a FAT32 flash drive and the file is on the root of the drive with no other files.

On other OEM systems (eg dell, hp, etc) usually their BIOS's actually mount the FAT32 drive, but there will be UEFI GPT formatted and MBR partition table. If it's a MBR partition table it should always be able to read it.

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10 minutes ago, Kisai said:

Maybe your board doesn't have the chipset it's looking for.

Never try to force a bios update, it will always end in more problems.

What I'd suggest is make sure you have a FAT32 flash drive and the file is on the root of the drive with no other files.

On other OEM systems (eg dell, hp, etc) usually their BIOS's actually mount the FAT32 drive, but there will be UEFI GPT formatted and MBR partition table. If it's a MBR partition table it should always be able to read it.

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8 hours ago, The General said:

oh okay thanks bro, but what chipset are they looking for anyway?

You're on the PRO E A320M page , there are other A320 chipset boards from MSI. Double-check the model, as even the BIOS version is the same on some of these, but the file is named differently. Like I'm not suggesting you're trying to update the wrong BIOS here, but maybe the BIOS on that page isn't actually for that board. I'd also suggesting contacting MSI support to explain the problem you're having so they can check if that's the right file.

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