Yes, i understand how tedious it can be sometimes,
To be honest, i prefer to do bios update using the recovery method as it is most of time 95% reliable.
Note there are other ways to update the bios.
All the best,
hi there, could you be so kind to help me...i bought the same mb in may 2007, today i decided to upgrade the bios with the BIOS Update [DPP3510J.86A], i did all steps carefully in accorcance of instruction, i used the "exe method", everything went like in the pdf (the same black screen and text, jumper hasn't been removed), then computer tried to restart and that's all , it can't even boot any more at all, cd drive works, fan spins, sometimes it spins more accelerated, but nothing happens, black empty screen with non-blinked little strip on the left top corner. does it mean that i lost my mb? is any chance to repair it, because i carried all intel instructions during the upgrade making?
when i tried to set jumper in configuration mode then the new version of bios appeared and i could do some settings, after "save and exit" i was prompted to turn off comp. and set jumper in normal position. i did it, but the trouble came back again and no boot actions happened.
what should i do? can i find somewhwre the old version of bios to try restore things? or i lost my mb finally?
If you still can enter maintenance mode (configuration mode), then still can solve your problem. Please download latest BIOS (.bio) http://downloadcenter.intel.com/license_agr.aspx?url=/17930/eng/DP0572P.BIO&agr=Y&sType=&PrdMap=&DwnldId=17930&strOSs=All&OSFullName=All+Operating+Systems&lang=engfrom Intel download center, and copy this .bio file to your USB thumb driver or CD, remove BIOS jumper, then plug in your USB thumb disk or insert CD to your CD-ROM, and boot system.
System will reovery BIOS automatically, and normally system will back to normal in several minutes.
Please refer to this URL for more details.
If still can not solve your probelm, you need to contact Intel support or your reseller for help