Step 4. After clicking the download button, save the BIOS to the USB flash drive, Then unzip (Windows 10 has its own unzip ZIP function), Check if there is a .CAP file in the root directory of the USB flash drive.
goto www.realtek.com.twselect downloadson the left hand side sleect computer peripheral ics->pc audio codecs->High Definition Audio Codecscheck the box and click ok once enabled. find the linux download for Linux driver (2.4 or 2.6)download the file; extract it. open the directory that you extracted the files to in a console window.run 'sudo sh install /..'this last command takes quite a few minutes to run (all on it's own; no interaction required and streams of text will go through the console window)
The p5q deluxe has been tested on Ubuntu 8.04 and 8.10 beta. There was no need to download any additional drivers for the network card or for basic support of the soudcard. To get the digital-audio out of the ADC2000B chipset to work, the 2.6.27 kernel neeeded to be patched. The patches required are discused here [ ]. The patches should be merged into the 2.6.28 kernel.
So I want to update an old BIOS on my Asus M32 desktop from 2014. I went to the Asus website to find the most recent version. I searched by motherboard, which is listed in the UEFI BIOS as K30BF_M32BF. The exact model number I just listed isn't a thing on there, but the individual parts of it are, and they both lead to the same BIOS version (version 0704, Model: K30BF/M32BF/K31BF). I download this and extract the compressed file to a flash drive. When I go into the BIOS and try to use the EZ Flash Utility under Advanced, and select the .CAP file that I have on my newly formatted thumb drive, I get a message saying "Security Verification Failed". 2b1af7f3a8