Updating the bios with the q flash utility
First thing you MUST be sure to do is manually download the correct BIOS for your board model and board revision from Gigabyte Web Site Below.GIGABYTE Boards Be SURE to choose the correct Model and Board Revision #. EXE which is a Self Extracting EXE made to extract the BIOS files (File, a Flash895.exe/Flash file, and a Bios. The below method is for users who already have Winrar, or do not mind installing a trial program. Rar extraction program "Unrar", or whatever program you know that will extract a Rar file As for the rest of the Gigabyte users, I have recently noticed that the actual files from gigabyte can be extracted from windows with no additional programs needed.If you require more details on this step, go to the AMI BIOS Some professionals recommend you don't update your BIOS unless absolutely necessary. Click below to see contributions from other visitors to this page...
However you may still make and use it if you find it easier for you.This reference looks something like: AMIS875-P, signifying an Series S875 AMI Motherboard (it actually says AMI123-P on the image above as an example).If you computer does not have an AMI reference, refer to your computer providers web site for guidance. Do you know of a better, easier way to update your AMI BIOS than what is described in this tutorial?However, I think the AMI instructions are not very clear for typical home computer users.
This tutorial aims to make the process as clear as possible for you.
However, in the BIOS Setup there is NO OPTION for SATA Controller and other Configurations.