Why did you up-date the BIOS , were you having problems , Intel does not recomend up-dating BIOS Unless it fixes a problem you are having .
For future prosessors. BTW does future prosessors mean future sandybridge or ivybridge or both ?
For future prosessors.
Why not update it in the future if/when you actually need that compatibility? The old saying 'if it ain't broke, don't try to fix it' should apply. This is especially important now Intel are removing the option of reverting your BIOS in some cases.
If you've already updated and are having problems as a consequence then what are they? It'd also be worth reporting them to Intel Tech Support IF there are problems.
I had no problem updating to bios 146. I have no problems now. I want to get ivybridge. From what I read H67 chipsets will support ivybridge. So when I read the read me that bios 146 was to support future processors I presume they were referring to ivybridge..
Do I have to go back to 0132? What happens if i keep 0146?
The advisory in the download centre seems to indicate the reason for removal was issues during the update process, rather than any other 0146 issues after a successful update:
It was discovered that when attempting to update to this version from a version earlier than 0132, the system may hang.
So, ironically, those who risked keeping up-to-date with each new BIOS version were less at risk with respect to the 0146 update issue.