Updating bios from linux

20-Nov-2017 07:38

The BIOS version number is displayed on the System Summary pane. Different motherboards use different utilities and procedures, so there’s no one-size-fits-all set of instructions here.

If the issue persists, continue with the below guides: Example: You suspect that your motherboard is faulty.Getting Support Quick Start Guide Video Guides Mining Zcash Mining Monero Adding claymore 10.1 to eth OS Adding claymore-zcash 12.5 to eth OS Adding ccminer 2.2.2-mod-ethos4 to eth OS Updating eth OS to the Latest Version Writing eth OS to an 8gb USB 3.0 / HDD / SSD on Windows Writing eth OS to an 8gb USB 3.0 / HDD / SSD on Linux (debian/ubuntu flavors) Writing eth OS to an 8gb USB 3.0 / HDD / SSD or SSD on OS X Booting a Rig without a Power Button Initial Setup (using a Keyboard and Monitor on eth OS) Booting into eth OS Provisioning AMD boards Provisioning Intel boards Properly distributing riser power to avoid instability Fixing Kernel Panic with 5 GPUs on Intel Z170/X/270/X/H110 Fixing 290/390/470/480 boot problems with Intel boards Fixing ADL Error / Hardware Error Robust Troubleshooting Guide for Motherboards and other Rig Components Using SSH to Login to eth OS from Windows Forcing eth OS to keep changes after Reboots Setting and Switching your Wallet and/or Pool Changing your Worker Name Using a Pool that Requires Workers, Usernames, and Passwords (suprnova) Setting up your own Remote Config Using Config for your Remote Config Setting up a Digital Ocean Droplet for your Remote Server Setting a Static Internal IP for your eth OS Rig Overclocking Managing Temperature Setting a custom Panel ID Fixing Unexpected low Pool Hashrate Autotrading Altcoins for Bitcoin Mining and Common Issues Using Team VIewer in eth OS If fewer GPUs show up here than are connected to your rig, check all connections and reboot, If some GPUs are still missing, it is a hardware, riser, or motherboard bios problem, not a software problem. If the issue is not resolved, reimage the drive from the eth OS download link to your current drive, or a spare drive.If your rig fails to boot due to "Kernel Panic", reseat and test all RAM.Follow the below robust troubleshooting procedure step-by-step and do not skip any steps.Failure to follow this guide when asked by eth OS or gpu Shack staff (as part of RMA procedure) will result in a voided warranty, as described in the gpu Shack Warranty Agreement.

If the issue persists, continue with the below guides: Example: You suspect that your motherboard is faulty.

Getting Support Quick Start Guide Video Guides Mining Zcash Mining Monero Adding claymore 10.1 to eth OS Adding claymore-zcash 12.5 to eth OS Adding ccminer 2.2.2-mod-ethos4 to eth OS Updating eth OS to the Latest Version Writing eth OS to an 8gb USB 3.0 / HDD / SSD on Windows Writing eth OS to an 8gb USB 3.0 / HDD / SSD on Linux (debian/ubuntu flavors) Writing eth OS to an 8gb USB 3.0 / HDD / SSD or SSD on OS X Booting a Rig without a Power Button Initial Setup (using a Keyboard and Monitor on eth OS) Booting into eth OS Provisioning AMD boards Provisioning Intel boards Properly distributing riser power to avoid instability Fixing Kernel Panic with 5 GPUs on Intel Z170/X/270/X/H110 Fixing 290/390/470/480 boot problems with Intel boards Fixing ADL Error / Hardware Error Robust Troubleshooting Guide for Motherboards and other Rig Components Using SSH to Login to eth OS from Windows Forcing eth OS to keep changes after Reboots Setting and Switching your Wallet and/or Pool Changing your Worker Name Using a Pool that Requires Workers, Usernames, and Passwords (suprnova) Setting up your own Remote Config Using Config for your Remote Config Setting up a Digital Ocean Droplet for your Remote Server Setting a Static Internal IP for your eth OS Rig Overclocking Managing Temperature Setting a custom Panel ID Fixing Unexpected low Pool Hashrate Autotrading Altcoins for Bitcoin Mining and Common Issues Using Team VIewer in eth OS If fewer GPUs show up here than are connected to your rig, check all connections and reboot, If some GPUs are still missing, it is a hardware, riser, or motherboard bios problem, not a software problem. If the issue is not resolved, reimage the drive from the eth OS download link to your current drive, or a spare drive.

If your rig fails to boot due to "Kernel Panic", reseat and test all RAM.

Follow the below robust troubleshooting procedure step-by-step and do not skip any steps.

Failure to follow this guide when asked by eth OS or gpu Shack staff (as part of RMA procedure) will result in a voided warranty, as described in the gpu Shack Warranty Agreement.

At the prompt, type )or copy and paste) the following command, and then hit Enter: You can also find your BIOS’s version number in the System Information window.