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- Since you were not able to do a BIOS recovery to version 0099, I recommend you to roll back to BIOS version 0109. https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=22415&lang=eng&OSVersion=%0A%09%09%09%09%09%09%09%09%0A%09%09%09%09%09%09%09&DownloadType=BIOS
- You will be able to find the instructions on how to do a BIOS recovery on the following link Desktop Boards — Instructions for Recovery BIOS update
- Then, you can update the BIOS to version 0111 since this version fixed issue where USB 3.0 ports do not work
- You can read the release notes for all BIOS versions here: ttp://downloadmirror.intel.com/22788/eng/BE_0115_ReleaseNotes.pdf
I have had the same issue. Flashing to the latest Bios version 115 gives problems with USB ports after a shut down and reboot the PC's usb ports will not work anymore .
So the PC is booting windows but no keyboard & mouse is working.
Reflash to 113 solves the problem but on 113 there are issues with the USB 3 ports when i read the improvements of 115 (the version that is not working)
Dont understand why Intel is releasing Bios versions without testing ?
So when is there a working 115 ?
When i sell a new PC i upgrade the bios always to the latest version to be sure of as less problems possible.
The mainboard came out of the package with a bios version around ver 40 or so , I have upgraded in steps because it would not work directly to 115.
The 113 is working for the moment but in the list of improvements in ver 115 there is listed that in lower versions USB 3.0 is not stable. Since my client has a scanner connected to the USB 3.0 port i should prefer to have a stable USB 3.0 port.
Yes, this is the problem. So Intel has as BUG in their BIOS version because they didnt try it after release it.
I think the smallest thing you can do is reboot a PC for test . Even this they didnt do
And a new version is also not urgent seems , this error is listed on this board from 17 may so almost a month and still no update . Verry good support @ Intel
@Dcaub and @RMA,
I really appreciate the information provided about this situation. Could you please use the Intel® System Identification Utility using the following site? http://www.intel.com/support/siu_la.htm?wapkw=%28siu%29
That will generate an 8 digits code called Report Reference ID. Please let us have that code, this will provide us information on what is being detected on your system.
In addition please fill in the following information:
-AA number and Serial number of the motherboard:
-Memory manufacturer and part number:
-Wattage and model of the power supply installed:
-Which USB device is being used?
The new BIOS version 0116 is now available under the following link. https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=22879&lang=eng&OSVersion=%0A%09%09%09%09%09%09%09%09%0A%09%09%09%09%09%09%09&DownloadType=BIOS
This link belongs to the DH61BE motherboard; however it is valid for the boards below.
Intel® Desktop Board DH61BE
Intel® Desktop Board DH61CR
Intel® Desktop Board DH61DL
Intel® Desktop Board DH61SA
Intel® Desktop Board DH61WW
Intel® Desktop Board DH61ZE
- Fixed issue where SATA3 ports are unstable for operating system installation.
- Fixed issue where USB ports randomly fail.
- Fixed issue where PS/2 keyboard LED does not turn off when system is off.
- Fixed issue where PCIe slot 2 loses functionality when LAN is disabled. PCIe Slot 3 can be selected when inserting device into PCIe slot 2.
- Fixed issue where PS/2 devices still work in the operating system when the PS/2 port is disabled in BIOS.
If your system’s current BIOS version is 0048 or earlier, you must first update to version 0099 before updating to 0109 or later.
BIOS version 0099 added support for Microsoft Windows 8*. Due to structural changes in this BIOS version, once a board has been converted to this version or later, it will no longer be possible to downgrade the BIOS to version 0048 or earlier. Attempting a BIOS downgrade to a previous version may fail – the board BIOS will remain at its current version.