This will automatically take you to the GIGABYTE Q Flash utility.
Note: you can also also access Q Flash from inside BIOS by pressing the ‘F8’ key.
Once we select ‘Update BIOS from Drive’ we will then see a list of connected FAT32 drives, so unless you have several USB thumb drives connected, (or you’re one or more of your hard drives are formatted in the now outdates FAT32 format system), the drive that appears here will be the USB thumb drive with your new BIOS on it. You’ll then see all a list of applicable BIOS files on the drive.
Note: if you have several BIOS versions on the drive, these will all be shown, so select the new BIOS file, which in the example above would be X79UD3. Once you have selected the new BIOS file, press Enter.
The one file we need is named the same as your motherboard, followed by a dot and the BIOS version.So for example, in the case of our new X79 series BIOS updates, the latest version for these boards is currently version F7.The file that you download from us is a self-executable 7-Zip file (basically a compressed folder containing several files).Q Flash will then verify that the selected file is compatible, and then write the new BIOS file to the CMOS chip on your board.
After verifying the BIOS once more, you’ll see the ‘Copy BIOS completed – Pass! Once you reboot, you’ll find your PC has returned to ‘Optimized Default’ BIOS settings, so by all means, setup your BIOS as you prefer in terms of Boot Order, Overclocking and device configurations.
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