delete the file you downloaded, then redownload the bios update.
Try it again, if that doesn't work, download the bios image and put on a USB flash drive, then reboot hitting F7 to update the bios from the flash drive.
Windows 7 32\64bit Installer:
Bios Image File for USB
Ok I want to update too, is it necessary reset all bios setting before launch the update program from windows? I'm still in bios 49 with ram xmp profile loaded.
you don't have to load defaults, however after the update I would load defaults, then make your changes.
I downloaded the WINPE bios update file to see if there was any issue with the first Express Bios update file (GAZ7711H.86A.0053.EB.EXE) that I downloaded.
I still get the same problem, the bios update fails to flash the first module (Intel Management Engine) and does not continue.
I previously stated that all the other modules had successfully updated, this was false.
Because I have been using the Windows Installer one.
Anyway, i re-downloaded the bios update again and this time I ran the update file from my C: drive (SSD) instead of my secondary (HDD) D: drive.
I also restarted before I ran the update file and used the "Load Defaults" setting on my bios.
This made the update work and complete.
I am having the same exact problem. I've tried every method to flash the BIOS to the latest, however all of them show the failed message.
I believe I am running 0045, and any and every attempt to flash to something newer fails.
I had the same problem with a previous BIOS update. You need to use the yellow jumper method. Download the .bio file, save it to a clean blank USB stick, shut the machine down, pull the yellow recovery jumper, put the USB stick in a non 3.0 USB jack, power up.
I did exactly what you said-
1. Downloaded the latest .bio file to a clean FAT-32 formatted USB stick
2. Powered off the PC and put the USB stick into one of the yellow ports on the back of the PC
3. Pulled the yellow BIOS jumper
4. Powered the PC back on
What I saw was that the PC started and that the numbers went from 04 to 31, however nothing happened for atleast 30 minutes. No access to the USB key at all.
I took my chances by pulling the plug again and re-installing the jumper. Luckily the PC didn't brick and booted up again. (Hence how I am writing this.)
How does what you did differ from what I did? (Also, if this would have worked, how do you tell when the bios update is complete? Does the PC automatically power itself off?)
Hi Drew, Ideally speaking it should work. Can you try using 0053 BIOS then 0058. I hope this works. Thanks, - Ravi
Thanks for the advice... I was able to upgrade from 49 > 53 > 59, however I had to do the recovery method (jumper pull) both times to get to the latest.