pretty big jump.
Try booting into bios set-up and load the defaults. (make sure you know any thing you have set that is not default first)
After loading defaults then set every thing back the way you need it to be,
(loading defaults clears the cmos tables and if they added anything new, resets them)
You may also want to enable legacy USB.
Ok, That fixed it! Restoring defaults then putting back in all the settings I wrote down worked. I noticed that the USB page was completely blank after doing the upgrade. I checked all the settings but on that page they were gone. Should have been a clue. After restoring defaults the settings list showed up. Legacy USB was and is still enabled.
The systems seems to be working fine now. Thanks Doc!!
Even i'm experiencing the same problwm after the BIOS upgrade with the same motherboard.
USB screen window has no USB information and it is blank.
Need help with this. Does anyone have old BIOS, i wanna restore back to old one.
I did search for the BIOS in intel.com for D845GVS1 motherboard, but no luck.
I have updated the BIOS to try & clear a RAID driver issue & something has gone horribly wrong. I used the Intel Deployment Assistant.
I have an S5520SC & it downloaded the march 2011 BIOS.
Boot screen order has changed (was Intel Raid, then Adaptect Raid) - now reversed & it then wants to boot from LAN. If I cancel that, the OS loads & if I can login before it locks, the resolution has changed & then it locks. It's a mess.
What the hell do I do now?