GIGABYTE GA-8I945G PRO F10 DRIVER DETAILS:
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GIGABYTE GA-8I945G PRO F10 DRIVER
Well I contacted Gigabyte, and after a few Emails, this is the official Dear customer, Could be the board you have Gigabyte GA-8I945G Pro F10 sample board for reviewer testing, not mass production model. Any chance you can contact vendor for board replacement? I just flashed it using the thumb drive and Qflash. It seems to be working fine.
I do want to say first, that we all appreciate guys like Lsdmeasap for providing these excellent help guides for us computer enthusiasts. Boot into the Bios setup first then use F8 to get into Q-Flash utility. And follow the rest of the instructions.
Gigabyte GA-8I945G Pro User Manual
This worked for any USB device I used. Also very very helpful. FIREdevil Wow, clever as heck: Can i force a format of fat32 with 8gb flash drive?
And it can also save you in time of a bad flash or BIOS corruption as well. I keep a 1GB partition on my drives as well, just in case. I keep a few BIOS versions on the partition Gigabyte GA-8I945G Pro F10 well.
I'm not sure if I understand correctly the procedures in the first page. This is how I understand it: Shutdown computer, unplug power cord, and let it rest for 30 seconds to 1 minute.
Plug in the 2-pin jumper and press and hold the power switch button for 1 minute. Let go of the power switch button, and wait for 20 minutes.
After 20 minutes, remove the jumper. Plug the cord, and start the computer. Go to BIOS and load optimized defaults. So all in all, you would be waiting about 21 minutes?
Gigabyte GA-8I945G Pro F10 is it still F10b" to wait 20 minutes, but I suggest it just in case so no issues arise as it is better to wait 20 minutes than to wait for a RMA if things go badly.
Gigabyte GA-8IG Pro Manual
Sometimes it only takes a few seconds, just so you know. Not sure which BIOS is best for your board, but I personally always suggest and use the latest Beta BIOSes Yes that is normal procedure, sometimes when changing certain settings the board must shut down to apply the new settings, then shut down and restart to check and verify they Gigabyte GA-8I945G Pro F10 then it will boot through to windows. Supports Intel® Pentium® D ProcessorDual Channel DDR2 for advanced system performanceIntegrated Intel® Graphic Media Accelerator Integrated Missing: F Gigabyte GA-8IG Pro CPU compatibility list. Hide / show details: .GHz, 2 MB, MHz FSB, F10, 1.x. 11/ M.B0 CPU socket type: Socket