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Sometimes the BIOS updates are incremental, and the 1.08.0003 will need a piece of code that only exists in the prior.
Other times, it's just that updating to 1.08.0003 was never tested, and it might work fine, or it might brick the machine.
Unfortunately, there's no way to tell, and the best option for multiple units in the field is to edit the script (.nsh) to do sequential installs.
Can you be more specific about what the 1.08.0003 needs from the previous build?
Isn't there a reboot of the system required between the download of 1.06.0001 and the download of 1.08.0003?
I have updated a dozen S2600CO motherboards directly from 1.04 to 1.08, without downloading the intermediate versions, and not seen any obvious issues. What errors will occur if I continue upgrading motherboards in this manner?