One of the more common questions I get from folks is, "How do I update my BIOS?
" So to start this article off with an unexpected answer, I'm going to say this: You don't! On top of that, updating the BIOS will typically clear all of the CMOS settings saved, and the updated BIOS won't be compatible with any saved profiles.
The 64GB bug manifests itself as a hang at the configuration table.
In the vast majority of cases, there is no reason to update your BIOS. It's a bit of a process, so definitely not something you want to do on a whim.
You don't want to do it every time you run into an issue, because in most circumstances, it's not going to fix the problem. Finally, if you've got a system with any overclocked settings, those settings may not work with an updated BIOS.
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