I have just updated the bois to the latest 333 version, for no reason other than keeping things current.
My pc has the DP55WB board, 8Gb memory and the Asus GTX560 graphics card.
Everything was working prior to the bios update, but now when starting there is no graphical output and the bios code 2 beeps, pause, 2 beeps, saying no card fitted.
As everything worked prior to the update, i know its not a psu or card seating problem, although i have checked both, and also checked the 560 in another machine (it works fine).
Reading the notes for the bios update it mentions card compatibility issues have been improved, is it possible that my card is now not usable? if so can i go back to previous bios, as 'not recommended' appears everywhere!!
I understand that you updated the BIOS and now your video card wont work with your motherboard.
In regards to your inquire, it is possible to roll back the BIOS by doing the same procedure that you used to update the BIOS but with a previous version. At this time if you are not able to get any display with another video card, I recommend you to perform a BIOS recovery using an older BIOS version. You can find the instructions at the following web site:
Please rollback one version at the time until your video card starts to work. If you are not receiving any isplay, I recommend you to allow the system to run for at least 7 minutes while doing the BIOS recovery before you turn it off to prevent BIOS corruption.