Looked at the downloads and saw a AO10 BIOS,but cant download . Also what processor does it support . Thanks
Aurora i7-975 @ 4.1 ghz ,6gb corsair DDR3 @ 1800 mhz , radeon 1 GB HD 5850,875 psu ,custom cooling ,DVDCD drive,BLURAY drive,media reader ,window 7 64
I had the same problem also.
i just tried to download also and got this screen
Alienware Aurora(nonalx) bios A11 Intel i7-920(2.67GHz) CCv.220.127.116.11 12gb 1333 ddr3 ram2x1tb wdc1001faes(raid1) 1x1tb wdc(data) 1x1tb wdc(data) GTX 570 v.334.89Dual drives>~hl-dt-st dvdrwbd ch20n>>plds dvd+rw dh-24aasSoundblaster xfi-titanium ASUS VG248QE monitorRazer deathadder mouseTt eSPORTS POSEIDON cherry brown keyboard windows7 home premium 64-bit
* Remove the Dell Download Manager from Control Panel- Add/Remove Programs* Reboot the PC* Go here* Choose the option to let your browser download the file
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Ehhh...Does it boot faster? My machine still takes a good 20 secs. to get past the BIOS screen...
Having finally managed to download the file, I've flashed the bios of my Aurora but it still says it's version A09.
Running it again I was still given the option to upgrade from A09 to A10.
So, either the flashing process has not worked, or the file is the wrong version ?!?!?!?!?!
Alienware Aurora (2009) | Intel Core I7-920 2.66GHz @ 3.20GHz
6Gb RAM | Windows
Bios Version A11 | Command Centre 2.6.10
Nividia GeForce GTX460 1Gb | Realtek HD Onboard Audio
OCZ Alchemy Keyboard | Logitech G5 Mouse
i installed A10 lastnight and so far it is running fine,,,,although it did put my command center back to all the defaults so i had to go in and redo my manual settings again..............so far so good.............does seem to boot a little faster...
I re-downloaded the file, and re-flashed the bios.
Now it displays as version A10.....
.....but, I haven't noticed anything different or any extra options in the bios
Anyone know what changes/enhancements have been introduced ?