Updating bios for asus p5gc mx Adultoscam

A lot of computer technicians are other experienced computer users update their BIOS at some point usually because of a motherboard reporting temperatures wrong, not detecting certain hardware, not working with certain hardware or to allow the motherboard to accept larger hard drives.This article has steps you can perform to restore your BIOS and save your motherboard.Motherboard is ASUS P5gc mx/gbl 2 x2gigs 667 mhz Samsung RAM GTX650Ti Coolermaster 450W PSU x5430/e8400 Any help?And yes , my motherboard can run qx96 from the c2q branch ,so the xeon would work.Navigate to Hardware support and make sure that ATA DMA is enabled [*].

Finding the correct driver for your device has never been easier.Setting the jumpers and the BIOS1.1 on a motherboard switch the jumper USBPWR to position 2-3 (for the correct exit from sleep mode)1.2 set up the BIOS- MAIN - IDE CONFIGURATIONONBOARD IDE OPERATION MODE - ENHANCED MODEENHANCED MODE SUPPORT ON - SATA PATAIDE DETECT TIME - 5 SEC- ADVANCED - USB CONFIGURATIONESB FUNCTION - ENABLELEGACY USB SUPPORT - ENABLE (otherwise the keyboard does not work during Bootloader'a)USB 2.0 CONTROLLER - HIGHSPEEDBIOS EHCI HAND-OFF - ENABLE- ADVANCED - ADVANCED PCI / PNP SETTINGSPLUG AND PLAY O / S - NOPCI LATENCY TIMER - 64 or 128- POWERSUSPEND MODE - S3 ONLYACPI 2.0 SUPPORT - ENABLEACPI APIC SUPPORT - ENABLE2. I also checked the Autopatcher ( which obviously also does not have P5GC (without MX) in the compatibility list. I was contemplating selling off this motherboard, but decided to do some quick research to see what Hackintosh progress had been made. If you are interested in a custom DSDT for this board.Installation of the system - no difference from a flash drive or optical drive.2.1 use Disk Utility to format Mac OS Extended (Journaled) partition type GUID2.2 set up an additional installation options- Item BOOTLOADERCHAMELEON 2.1- Item BOOTLOADER OPTIONSGRAPHICS ENABLERBUILT-IN ETHERNETORIGINAL APPLE LOGO(Attention! I have not tested it -- like I said, I just decided to do some research today. In the event that a recovery procedure cannot be performed you can do the steps below: First off, you will need to open up the computer case and change a jumper on the motherboard into the “Recovery Mode Position”.Nearly all Intel Based motherboards and some 3rd party motherboards have a jumper or switch to recover the BIOS.