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P8Z68-V Pro/Gen3 bios update

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    Kanislupus posted last week about P8Z68-V Pro/Gen3 & updating the BIOS

    I have this motherboard & I thought 3603 was the last update----
    shows how long ago I looked---
    so I went to ASUS & checked---

    so I found out there is 2 new Bios upgrades---
    bios 3703 with release date of 11/17/2014
    which crashed for Kanislupus
    & a new one--
    bios 3802 with a release date of 04/03/2015.
    so instead of just ASUS saying 3703 is buggy---
    they just went ahead & released a new BIOS------
    I would have tried to flash to bios 3802 for Kanislupus but I think he tore
    his system apart-----
    bios 3802 says RTC fix
    bios 3603 seems to be running fine----why bios 3703 would effect
    the real time clock I'm not sure of--would have to ask ASUS
    almost forgot--I'm running windows 7 64bit---
    some food for people to think about--
     
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    It's possible the RTC problem was there before 3703 was released, but not fixed until 3802 appeared.
     
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