Windows 10: Displayport gives no signal
Allright. Guess I have to try out the BIOS flashing. What are the risks of it, I've just heard so much things like "never update BIOS, too risky etc.", are they true? Do I lose my OC (I've got overclocked CPU but I haven't OC'd it myself nor have I ever Oc'd anything myself)?
P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 | Motherboards | ASUS Global
Asus doesn't give support to Win10 when it comes to the mobo. Do I have to reinstall W7 Pro to update the BIOS with the "W7 64Bit BIOS file" or can I just go ahead and do it on Win10 with the 8.1 BIOS file?
Though I guess I should've done this before updating to Win10 at all.
just download and install the AI suiteII you find in W7 list, do not install the USB 3 Boos and the AI charger, then download the W8.1 update and install it, from yžthne AI suiteII you can update your bios from inside windows, i never had any kind of problem updating an Asus MB, as i said you can save setting within your BIOS features, the "save Settings" be in the last tab "TOOL/OC SETTINGS". You can even take pictures of every screen in the "AI TWEAKER" settings is there where OC has been setup.
Let me know.
Ok I updated the BIOS to the latest version 3802. Can't immediately check the DP port though as I'm replacing the monitor also.
Will post again when I get the new monitor whether it's starting to work properly or not.
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