ASUS X99 Deluxe Reboot Issue has Been Fixed
If you own an ASUS X99 Deluxe motherboard, it is probable that you would have come across the infamous spontaneous reboot that the system had fifteen minutes after cold booting the PC.
The issue, which was agreeably a peculiar one, has finally been fixed by ASUS.
However, before the official fix came in it was a rather notorious issue that wouldn’t let go off the system even after you made changes to everything from the graphics card to the SSD and from the memory to the CPU. Experimenting with the memory settings did not help at all.
However, thanks to a BIOS update that was released by the company for the ASUS X99 Deluxe motherboard at the start of this year, the problem has finally been fixed.
Ocaholic has reported that they flashed the system to the latest version of the BIOS and the bug did not bother them after that. Similarly, they have reported that another user, who had booting issues where the PC got stuck with post code B0, has also flashed the BIOS and found out that the problem is no more.
This is exactly what ASUS had promised when the released the BIOS update and said that it would improve system stability.
In case you are still facing rebooting or booting issues with your ASUS X99 Deluxe motherboard, we suggest you download the latest BIOS version 2101 and flash immediately. Here’s the download link.
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