Trying different versions of drivers Trying different EZ flash Releases Trying those things using 2 different laptops Trying to connect to my father's 2011 silverado. EZ-Flash 2 GBA USB Linker. GBA Flash Card -- EZ-Cart 2 Power Star. 1 x USB to Flash Writer Cable; 1 x Card CD with drivers ad PC Software and Users.
Asus H 170 Pro is the Motherboard and I thought that is a good idea to update the bios (after that I've realised that was not) I've copied the Bios update file (H170-PRO-ASUS-1803.cap) to a 4GB flash FAT32 and hit update. After the progress bar rich the end, I restarted following the bios update dialog. At this point, all I have it's a black screen with the USB flash plugged in or If I remove the flash, I can access the UEFI but there is a single option: ' to finnish BIOS update you have to select the same BIOS file (.cap file) again to continue updating the BIOS. '; sounds good enough but If I hit OK and choose via Storage devices option EZ doesn't see the flash.
I've read about the size of the flash and I've shrinked in cmd to 400MB formated again to FAT32 and after that I've copied the.cap file. Unfortunately, the same result, the flash is not available using any of the USB mobo's ports.
Anyway, there is no SSD/HDD/optical drive plugged in. Not so sure about the indicated File Path: fs0: where it is more exactly and if matter. The stick should be bootable? There is a second option using the internet but I don't have wifi and if I plug the Ethernet cable first I have to communicate the MAC to the provider (which is not possible as far as I know at this phase) in order to make it available. I appreciate it! Does that MB have USB Flashback? Overview say yes but specs don't include it any other info There is usually a bios file on the Mboard CD which will tell you the correct naming convention for your MB to use the CAP file, you may need to rename it from the name you downloaded but Ezflash doesnt require that, at least not on my system, just the USBFlash back method.
Usually as long as it is formatted Fat32 in my experience the size does not matter, and yes it would be fs0 (file system 0) if everything else is unplugged the USB Key just may not be compatible even if formatted correctly try a different one,use a USB2 Key if you have one, some USB3 keys don't work at Boot, I just got a 3 pack of 8GB Verbatim-Go's that aren't seen. Sounds like you haven't built this system? Just powered the board to do the bios update? Asus H 170 Pro. Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Self Built - Always under construction. Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Self Built - Always under construction. Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: 2-Custom Computers, ASUS Desktop, Dell Inspiron 580 Desktop + Dell Inspiron 15R Notebooks  + more OS: Win10 Home and Pro, Win10 Insider Preview, WinXP Home Premium, Linux Mint CPU: AMD and Intel Motherboard: ASUS, GigaByte, others Memory: 16GB in ASUS, max.
4GB or 8GB in all others Graphics Card: AMD ATI Radeon or Onboard, ASUS with nVidia GT-710 Sound Card: Onboard Monitor(s) Displays: HP 21.5' Touchscreen, ASUS 27' 4-input Screen Resolution: Usually 1440x900 Mouse: Microsoft Optical Mouse, Wireless and Bluetooth mice with Notebooks Hard Drives: Various internal HDDs and USB HDDs plus 2 x 2TB NAS drives connected to Router. Internet Speed: 5Mbps Browser: Internet Explorer 11, Firefox and SeaMonkey, Edge when absolutely necessary Antivirus: Windows Defender Other Info: Also running Linux Mint on a Desktop and a Notebook. HP Laserjet and HP Officejet printers connected to Router. Donlod lagu mp3 tarling. First of all thank you for your feed-back. -H170 Pro doesn't have USB Flashback but there should be CrashFree BIOS 3 utility (as far as I understand it's already builted?