you might as well try the BIOS recovery, It won't hurt anything since the board is already dead,
But depending on what code level you started with on a silver board, it is likely that BIOS recovery will fail.
You also need a recovery .cap file and i see that the BIOS 24 stack has one.
Added a few lines for emphasizes .
The following procedure boots the recovery BIOS and flashes the normal BIOS:
1. Turn off the system power.
2. Move the BIOS recovery jumper (J2G1) to the recovery state. (Pin 2-3)
3. Insert a (DOS)bootable BIOS recovery media containing the new BIOS image files. (heck if i know why since it won't be booting to the media, but if it is not bootable recovery does not detect it)
These files are all the files in the firmware download placed in the root directory of your Dos Bootable media (usb key usually) You need to rename startup.nsh to anything_else.nsh and create new STARTUP.NSH containing just the line:
iflash32 /u /ni R0024REC.cap
4. Turn on the system power.
The BIOS POST screen will appear displaying the progress (after a very long time - you may not get video for 10 minutesso wait before desiding it has failed), and the system will boot to the EFI shell. The EFI shell then executes the Startup.nsh batch file to start the flash update process. The user should then switch off the power and return the recovery jumper to its normal position. The user should not interrupt the BIOS POST on the first boot after recovery.
When the flash update completes:
1. Remove the recovery media .
2. Turn off the system power .
3. Restore the jumper to its original position.
4. Turn on the system power.
5. Re-flash any custom blocks, such as user binary or language blocks.
Run the anything_else.nsh to update the ME code.
The system should now boot using the updated system BIOS.
Thanks for your reply.
May i know, can we exchange for newer then PBA E98681-352 board from intel?
From PCN 111113-03, the document mention, 2 resistor added to the board to support newer E3 v2 processor, may i know what is resistor location and value for that 2 resistor?
Is that all to enable this board to support newer processor by adding 2 resistor and BIOS update?
Any other info/way to allow our older board to support E3 v2 processor?
Supermicro and other manufacture able to support this INTEL CPU by flashing BIOS, why INTEL itself can't see this technical issue?
I HOPE INTEL can do more in this issue..
Your help on this matter is highly appreciate.
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