Updating bios 790 ultra motherboard
After flashing only the recovery menu was available (no MOBO surface only a black screen that told me to plug in an USB Stick with the lates BIOS-Version) It found my USB Stick but was searching for 4.4. So I renamed the 4.4 I renamed to 1.6 for the first flash, back to xxx.440. So I used the onboard VGA (not the DVI it doesn't work) and the everything went fine.Back in the recovery menue of the mobo, the USB Stick was detected and found the xxxx.440 BIOS-Version. Recovery menue started, BIOS-Version xxxx.440 gets loaded and the computer restarted successfully (it only took around 30sec).
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