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    • Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #182
      If you are sure, that you haven't done a mistake, I recommend to contact the ASUS Support.
      Works now! I somehow mixed the USB31 vs w/o. Using the normal MARK 2 works. Thanks!

    • Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #180
      Are you sure, that you inserted the USB Flash Drive into the correct USB Flashback port of your mainboard?
      Yes. The LED of those sticks starts flashing for a moment so something is actually read from it but then it stops flashing (mainboard, flashback) and ends up being a stable light.

    • Hi Fernando,

      It's a 1GB USB 2.0 stick formatted as FAT32. The .CAP file has been named by the UBU tool already so I did not rename it. It's just that CAP file on the USB stick, nothing else. The LED starts blinking but turns into a stable light quickly so indication that there is something wrong.
      Just tried another one. The same, no luck. According to ASUS it can be either FAT, FAT32 or even NTFS. I was using FAT32. No luck. The filename according to ASUS and UBU Tool is "Z97S2U31.CAP" which is what I was trying.

      EDIT by Fernando: Unneeded fully quoted post removed (to save space within this already very voluminous thread).

    • Hey,

      I just tried to update the Haswell microcode of my "SABERTOOTH-Z97-MARK-2-USB31" which is currently on the most recent BIOS revision, 2702. It worked fine so far until I wanted to use the ASUS USB Flashback method. I tried it several times, even with different sticks but it always starts to light permanent/stable after some seconds. So there's something wrong apparently but there's unfortunately no indicator/error message. All I did was updating the Haswell microcode section from 19 to 21. Any ideas what might be wrong here?

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