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My P4P800 E deluxe is now quite old and I have just installed a Prescott 3.4Ghz CPU. Are / is there any Bios update available that would supercede the CD Install as I would like to keep in the lead with this Machine.

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  • labradts May 06, 2008

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  • labradts May 06, 2008

    There is a Box that is gettin into my face every time I boot up....

    It says, (Box 1) Floating Point Division by Zero.(Press OK)

    Then, (Box 2) Access violation at Address 0040C42E in

    module 'ASUSPROBE.exe Read off address 00000030 -(Press OK)

    Hell, all I wanna do is Record in my Studio, in the 4 years I have had this MB + 3Ghz Prescott + 4 Gigs of Ram and 3 Graphic Card supporting 5 Screens _ - - _ Never had a problen, figured maybe the bios needs update from the Jurasic period to now !

    I've down loaded an update - but it's in the form of 'ROM File' is

    there something missing cause I can't do much with it or do I drag 'n drop the files into system 32 ??? What? what? what?

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Hello there.

Please click http://support.asus.com/download/download_item.aspx?product=1&model=P4P800-VM
and select Bios then Bios utilities. On here you can update your bios. Please be aware this is not something to be taken lightly, If done incorrectly your motherboard will fail to function, so please be careful and read the information before doing anything.

Hope this helps.

Posted on May 02, 2008

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    Ryan Harron May 06, 2008

    Glad i could help :)

  • Ryan Harron
    Ryan Harron May 09, 2008

    Hello again. I noticed a comment even though the solution was rated already.

    From your error its possible you have faulty RAM (memory) or more likely the Asus PC probe software has developed a fault, this software is used to read your computer's temperature and power.

    I suggest uninstalling the software from the add/remove software area of the "Control Panel".

    Then re-install the software either from the installation CD that came with the computer/motherboard, or download the latest version from Asus's website at the web address i posted above, under "utilities" called "Asus PC Probe".

    As for the bios updating, i would be hesitant about flashing your computer bios if you are unsure of the steps required to do so, if you haven't added any new hardware to the system and its erroring now, its most likely a software problem.

    Hope this helps.

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