Updating bios asus 1215n
Asus was founded in Taipei (Taiwan) in 1989 as a motherboard manufacturer and is now the number one manufacturer of motherboards in the world, commanding almost a 40% market share of the motherboard business.Over 420 million motherboards have been sold since 1989. ASUS takes its name from Pegasus, the winged horse in Greek mythology that symbolizes wisdom and knowledge.For different reasons (a virus or harmful program, the wrong configuration of a parameter, etc.) your BIOS may fail or become inactive.For this reason, it’s important to make regular backup files to solve any future problems quickly.The updates correct errors, give you new functions and optimise different aspects.
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ASUS has a very good reputation qua BIOS Update support of their motherboards.
The below BIOSes are patched / modded to fix the 32GB or 64GB bug that is present in older Award BIOS Based BIOSes.
- I am running a server kernel with a hole lot of mod's enabled as stated above. Could my ION2 (Next/Second Gen) can have anything to do with this?
I had to put win98 on a stick, but that did fix my problem. Did you change something besides the BIOS update to get this to work?