Hello Sch1024, thanks a lot for posting your question at Intel communities.
I was checking the BIOS versions available for this motherboard on the download center, and there are 17 different files from the previous version you had and the one you just installed.
I would like to tell you that going straight to the latest version shouldn't be a problem, technically speaking. However based on experience, there is always chance.
In your case, I think that going straight to the latest BIOS version was not the best for your system.
I would recommend you to roll back to the previous BIOS installed 0048 Intel® Download Center . It will be necessary to use the recovery method. Desktop Boards — Instructions for Recovery BIOS update
I would recommend checking the BIOS Update Release Notes on this URL. You will be able to see the fixes and features included on each version. http://downloadmirror.intel.com/24067/eng/MK_0067_ReleaseNotes.pdf
These are some important versions you could flash on your system.
- BIOS Version 0052 Intel® Download Center
- BIOS Version 0056 Intel® Download Center
- BIOS Version 0060 Intel® Download Center
- BIOS Version 0064 Intel® Download Center
- BIOS Version 0067 Intel® Download Center
Thank you for your answer, but it hasn't solved my issue.
There is no power on the USB ports and no video signal. And sometimes it beeps 3 times (and another time it doesn't beep at all, even without memory). That's all.
It might be dead already. I thought that recovery could help, but it makes nothing.
It is a pity, but the Intel corporation doesn't have any service centers in my country.
Sch1024, please please contact our warranty team or you can also submit a web ticket to request an RMA.
Bear in mind that the product needs to be under warranty in order to be replaced.