That I was thinking too when reading this forum. But I still have my doubts about that.
So basically i just take the cmos setting jumper away and insert USB (non bootable) stick with nothing but the BIO file in it and start the pc.
Does it make any difference if the stick is fat32 or ntfs?
Well, i am gonna give it a try...
i think it is the BIOS config juymper not cmos jumper but yeh thats it. fat32 works for me. just make sur ethat if you dont get anything on screen which sometimes happen that you are sure that the system has stopped reading from teh pendrive. Also take out any cd or othere usb devices like keyboards and mouse you dont need them and sometimes the update can get stuck with themm in
I did the recovery method with fat32 USB stick.
Though after that my computer just showed black screen and everything was running but nothing happened.
Restarted and i was able to get to BIOS. Changed one value (ram from manual to automatic) and after that i got 3 peeps and black screen again. Restarted --> black screen. Restarted --> it went to Windows 7. I almost got a heart attack when it seemed like it made my rig peep and go black...
It seems that i now also got the thing that my PC wont shut down from OFF button but it just restarts itself.
Well, at least i am in the windows now. Let's hope that nothing unexpected comes in the future...
Now i just hope that this update will fix my random reboots with this mobo and Win7.... Damn Kernel Power 41 error...