Hey, I hope someone can help me with this problem. I got new RAM in my computer no problems. Then, I got inspired to run Nvidia NTune to optimize my system. It started running, then the system hung up. No way to unhang. So, I read more about NTune - I discover it says you should have fairly recent BIOS. I don't - my current BIOS is probably almost 3 yrs old. So, I plan to flash my BIOS: in DOS (from startup boot disk), with AWDFLASH.exe, and what I believe is a recent A8N-SLI BIOS, 1805.BIN, and I rename it like the instructions say, to what I believe should be the correct name: "A8NSLI-B.BIN." AWDFLASH.exe proceeds to back up old BIOS, and then goes to look for the BIOS, as named: I get some message about the BIOS being wrong. What am I doing wrong? Is the name of the BIOS file not supposed to be in CAPS? Is ".BIN" not supposed to be in caps? I have searched around on the interwebs for some ideas (Techspot, Anandtech, Tomshardware, etc.) , and basically find: 1. BIOS flash for A8N-SLI Deluxe either goes smoothly, or people have lots of problems; 2. various conflicting instructions; 3. Asus does not seem to be supporting this decent MB anymore. Help - any ideas? My comp is in the profile, AMD 3800 x2, Win XP, except that I have gone to 2GB (1 gb x 2 pc3200 OCZ ram (install was perfect), up from 512 x 2 of Kingston ValueRAM. THX!!