AEGIS RS 10TH-061US Resizable Bar BIOS Issue

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Hello, I've followed all of the instructions exactly as they are listed here;


My problem, is when I'm in the flash menu, when I select the new BIOS it asks me "Are you sure? Selected BIOS file won't be able to support Celeron G5920/G5900/G5900T processors." I hit Yes, and then it says "For providing better BIOS functionality and quality, the system will not allow to restore BIOS with older version after flashing this target BIOS." I hit okay and... nothing. No progress bar, no update, nothing. BIOS is still .2A1. Any help on what I'm doing wrong?
 

vrq40d14b102c3

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Hello, I've followed all of the instructions exactly as they are listed here;


My problem, is when I'm in the flash menu, when I select the new BIOS it asks me "Are you sure? Selected BIOS file won't be able to support Celeron G5920/G5900/G5900T processors." I hit Yes, and then it says "For providing better BIOS functionality and quality, the system will not allow to restore BIOS with older version after flashing this target BIOS." I hit okay and... nothing. No progress bar, no update, nothing. BIOS is still .2A1. Any help on what I'm doing wrong?
I'm having the same issue. Is there a fix?
 

carmik154902d5

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I have this same issue, using the Aegis RS 10TH-061US. I cannot upgrade bios and I feel like I'm hindered doing any overclocking because of it. Can Svet please help?
 

carmik154902d5

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OEM boards can now be unlocked! I've found you could now upgrade BIOS the traditional way, using the regular MSI Z490-A PRO BIOS update file! The trick for some odd reason - for us OEM board holders - is to upgrade our bios the way that SVET tells you to via DM. After that is upgraded to the 10/25/21 OEM BIOS, you can now download the regular Z490-A PRO motherboard BIOS updates from the MSI website and upgrade like your card was meant to do! I just tried it yesterday, randomly, and had success. Just thought I'd share that I think we've found the workaround for OEM motherboards to now be unlocked. I then overclocked as normal without issue!
 
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