Thanks alot for the reply. Can you tell me how to force flash the original bios? In case it doesn't work for me.You can't use the BIOS for the H310M PRO-M2 directly, because you have a pre-built MSI system. You have to use the update for the system, not for the retail board.
Your BIOS updates are here: https://www.msi.com/Desktop/Codex-3-8th/support
Try running the .exe file from a USB stick, that should update the BIOS.
As you can see, there is only a single update from 2018. This is one of the problems with the pre-built systems that use a custom BIOS: Hardly any updates.
There is a possibility to force-flash the original H310M PRO-M2 BIOS with a special tool, and while there are no guarantees that it will work smoothly, we've had some positive feedback about it.
But you can first try this "official" update for your pre-built system to see if it does what you want.
Error. Secure flash function is not supported on this file.You can do it this with tool, https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?threads/forum-uefi-shell-flash-tool-v1-16-for-msi-boards-.343010/
Just make sure your motherboard is really identical to the H310M PRO-M2, you can compare the photos from the "Gallery" page at MSI with your board.
Also make sure to write down / photograph the settings in your BIOS before updating, for example the fan curves, so you can set them like that again later. All settings will be reset by the update.
Then, as long as you do everything exactly by the directions given there, it should work.
The model name is H310 gaming codex 3 (MS-B913)Can you look up exactly how your MSI pre-built system was called (model name) when you bought it?
And can you look on your board inside the system, if it has H310M PRO-M2 written on it somewhere?
You would use Rufus to create a USB stick that can boot FreeDOS, then run flash.bat from there.How do i flash this one?? M-Flash shows nothing inside the folder. And audus inside windows didn't work.
It is E20 sure, but it displays the build date as 07/16/2018 which is diffrent to the one you linked.
I've even tried the official update but it doesn't update to the official one either.
There is a difference between the release date (when it's on the website) and the build date (when the BIOS was compiled). The build date is always older, sometimes days, sometimes weeks.It is E20 sure, but it displays the build date as 07/16/2018 which is diffrent to the one you linked.
Huuuuuh i see you're point now. Alrighty then. What do we do now to make it to the OG bios.If you have EB913IMS.E20 from 2018 on your board now, then i wouldn't attempt to flash that other BIOS via FreeDOS.
But you almost seem surprised that .E20 is now flashed, same as me, because you originally said
There is a difference between the release date (when it's on the website) and the build date (when the BIOS was compiled). The build date is always older, sometimes days, sometimes weeks.
Here is an example from my board:
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