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.18.104.22.168 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...
Intel i7 3770K @ 4.24GHz, Liq. Cooled | 16GB RAM @ 1600MHz30" IPS Monitor @ 2560x1600 | Dual 6GB GeForce GTX Titans SLI240GB SSD, 640GB, two 1TB HDDs | 1TB Passport | 24x DVD+/-RW+DLWinTV-HVR 2250 with Remote | XBOX 360 Wireless ControllerPIXMA MG6220 AIO | C920 HD Pro | G19 Keyboard | G700s MouseRealTek ALC892 Audio | X-540 5.1 Speakers | G930 7.1 HeadsetSabertooth Z77 | Biometric Reader | 1.2KW PSU | 1500VA and 550VA UPSWindows 8.1 Pro with Media Center, 64-bit | Corsair 600T with LEDs
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 ?