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Asus hitting alt f2 at start up trying to flash bios cd with new driver isnt gwtting past checking for floppy or cd ...i went from xp to vista and comp isnt recognizing motherboard manufacturer vista looks good but games are defaulting to bad resolution and low direct x versions. The bios driver i got from asus latest beta 1403 i think .. is on a cd and renamed A8N32SLI.ROM ...

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    map9966 thanks for the input ..i tried to update to 7.06.02 ..asus setup says Does not support the Operating system WNT_6.0H_MCE ?? ... Vista is OS didnt see any vista versions



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Download ASUS Update V7.06.02 Install Program for XP before trying to flash your bios.
Download here.

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