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It seems like a model not actually supported from Asus
Posted by Anonymous on
Did this PC come as total build up PC from ASUS
or just a mobo, DIY PC????? or V-series sold at bare bones??????
why do this , if PC runs for year with present bios why risk bricking a good PC, (sure FUD fear endless)
that mobo is old. they do not update old mobo back to 1995
only the most new are supported like that.
there are like 10,000 models now from them.
imagine cost of doing that many updates. ? yah bankruptcy.
Im a ASUS long time users, from 1995 to now,
know them well.
The facts are like this,
first there are P5 mobo and huge numbers of sub models of just P5 prefix. end HW version # too
the fact is you must read the box to get all the facts but is lost, SKU.
so we then read the MOBO silk screen to see what is this mobo
exactly if you get it wrong you brick the PC and is so easy to do.
there new web site stinks they make it very hard to see all class motherboards and once, P5
unlike the old site that was wonderful..
and they ended the forum too, a horrid IDEA that.
it came with
at best core2 pentium
here is the problem it is your model is wrong.
it is 5 PCs sold then, in case from them. V and T series.
the last one (wild guess on model) runs bios 2008 (and forever )
Version 0401 2008/03/24651.3 KBytes 0401 BIOS
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Asus P5B bios up-date gone bad
What version BIOS was it previously, and what version were you trying to update it to?
If you were trying to do 1102 and up, and the previous version was 7.09.02 or below, this is the problem. Any of the versions 1102 or above do NOT support version rollback.
My best advice is to download 7.09.02, and see it at least gets you back up and running. If it works, then go for 1102, and then 1803.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
if the bios is corrupted then just you can recover it to do this you just have change the bios jumper to the recovery mode ....
to do this refer to the manual of your motherboard it will clearly mentioned ....
to identify the bios jumper you can refer your motherboard manual ...
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Posted on Jul 01, 2008
First of all, always update your bios or motherboard drivers from the manufacturers support website or you could damage the computer.
Ok, Go here to Asus support, choose your operating system (Vista or XP), select only the latest bios >>>>>>>
The BIOS update is in the format of a .exe file (executable file), all you have to do is double click on the file and follow the on-screen instauctions.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
yes u can run Intel Core 2 Duo e7500 on Asus p5vd2-vm socket LGA775 .
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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