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Hi guys, I have some recent issues with my new motherboard.

 

I tried downloading a couple of games and some of them couldn't work due to Securom issue, but I can't seem to update my motherboard for that because the software doesn't seem to support Windows 10 64bit.

 

Can anyone who is familiar with this motherboard or anyone who knows anything about this issue that I'm facing please help me out?

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What does that issue say then?

Don't start a post without pc specs.

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What does that issue say then?

That the software update to get rid of the Securom doesn't support Windows 10 64 Bits.

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So, it's a crack?

 

Let me just break it down to you.

I have an AUTHENTIC Windows 8.1 64 Bits Pro and I just updated it to Windows 10.

Now that I'm at Windows 10, it doesn't support games like GTA 4 or GTA EFLC.

So I tried to go to Gigabyte's webpage to update my BIOS, but it says that it doesn't update for Windows 10 64 bits.

So I'm just trying to find another alternative to update my BIOS so that I can start running my games.

 

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Let me just break it down to you.

I have an AUTHENTIC Windows 8.1 64 Bits Pro and I just updated it to Windows 10.

Now that I'm at Windows 10, it doesn't support games like GTA 4 or GTA EFLC.

So I tried to go to Gigabyte's webpage to update my BIOS, but it says that it doesn't update for Windows 10 64 bits.

So I'm just trying to find another alternative, simple for you to understand?

You don't need to update the BIOS via windows. Download the package and extract the contents (it's a 7zip self extractor) and copy it to a FAT32 usb, then go to your BIOS and press f8 to open QFlash. Find the bios on your usb and flash it.

 

There's a guide on gigabytes website if you get lost.

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You don't need to update the BIOS via windows. Download the package and extract the contents (it's a 7zip self extractor) and copy it to a FAT32 usb, then go to your BIOS and press f8 to open QFlash. Find the bios on your usb and flash it.

 

There's a guide on gigabytes website if you get lost.

 

But will that affect anything due to compatibility issue? Cos I don't wanna screw up everything.

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Compatibility mode?

Don't start a post without pc specs.

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But will that affect anything due to compatibility issue? Cos I don't wanna screw up everything.

Nope.. the reason it's not working is because that's a DOS executable not a NT executable.

 

Just use QFlash. The file should be something like <bios>.F<revision>

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Nope.. the reason it's not working is because that's a DOS executable not a NT executable.

 

Just use QFlash. The file should be something like <bios>.F<revision>

 

These are the three files that I have.

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Just copy the lot to a FAT32 usb. But the one you really need is the middle one.

 

Alright, I'll give it a try.. Let's see what's with all these FAT32 or everything, I'll Google them up.

Thanks a lot friend  :)

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