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http://majorgeeks.com/ASUS_Update_Utility__d4435.html ASUS Update Utility - an utility that allows you to save, manage and update the motherboard BIOS The ASUS Update is an utility that allows you to save, manage and update the motherboard BIOS in Windows® environment. The ASUS Update utility allows you to: · Save the current BIOS file · Download the latest BIOS file from the Internet · Update the BIOS from an updated BIOS file · Update the BIOS directly from the Internet, and · View the BIOS version information. You need an Asus motherboard in your system. Rules for Safe BIOS update: 1. For safety reasons, always use the most updated BIOS utility! 2. Do not overclock the system/CPU during BIOS update! 3. Load "Setup Default" in BIOS menu before BIOS Update. 4. Make sure you have "Administator" privilege on your Windows system (WinNT4/2000/XP). 5. Close all application programs under Windows. 6. Disable any existing Anti-Virus applications in the system. 7. Reboot the PC after the BIOS update is complete. 8. Switch on the PC and load "Setup Default" in BIOS again. Hope this helps
Asus A8V-VM Motherboard coming with SATA RAID option, thats why you could not see the detected HDD in system BIOS. But you can see the the detected HDD in RAID BIOS. You can enter to RAID BIOS that will pop up after system BIOS. If you are using old version of WinXP it will not detect the RAID controller of you motherboard. Thats why you cannot able to install WinXP. While you booting from WinXP CD press F6 key when the WinXP installer prompted for third party driver. Copy the RAID driver provider in driver CD to a Floppy Disk (INF file) and insert it, hit enter to continue the installation. If you are using WinXP Service pack 2 or higher you do not need this step it will automatically detect the HDD.
You will need a FULL WinXP system disk (asume your system is Win) either buy a new XP CD (i doubt you will get it) but..... to get a pirated WinXP system disk click the foll link....before that downlaod a software called UTorrent or BitTottent....google it the foll link will downlaod the link file of Torrent and that will help you download the full version.....believe me this works....700MB ISO file...burn on CD/DVd using any CD burner software like Nero....
http://thepiratebay.org/details.php?id=3493182 once you download the full OS from piratebay...make a CD/DVD from the ISO image file that is obtained from piratebay....boot you system using that CD....BIOS in your system must be reset to boot from CD as the 1st boot seq in BIOS....
Check your BIOS setup for the SATA interface settings. If it's set to "Native" or something to that effect, change it to "Compatible" or "IDE" or similar, and try installing XP again. As a last resort, you may need to supply SATA drivers for your motherboard (unpacked, with all the individual files visible) during the setup, when it says something like "press [something] to supply 3rd party device driver". The problem is, that Windows expects it on a diskette...
1. put Motherboard Cd (come with p5rd1vm) in cd/dvd rom.
2. BIOS configur as boot from cdrom.
3. restart machin Motherboard CD boot with press enter
4. command line shows 4 option
5. Select 1st option for exact and proper copy ULi sata driver for winxp.
6. Insert floppy press enter
7.you see d copy procedure.
8.then this floopy insert when winxp setup asking F6 for additional driver.