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Gigabyte boards have an IOMMU setting which needs to be changed. t=2242023 [SOLVED] GA-970A-DS3P revision 1 no usb 3.0 Some Gigabyte boards need acpi=off boot parameter also GIGABYTE GA-970A-DS3 motherboard not working with 64 bit kernel - IOMMU GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="iommu=soft" t=2188370 How to add boot parameters, grub menu after install (also grub when UEFI) https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/Kernel Boot Parameters Thanks oldfred.If your computer is working properly, you probably shouldn’t update your BIOS.You likely won’t see the difference between the new BIOS version and the old one.You will need the version of the BIOS for your exact hardware.If you get a BIOS for another piece of hardware – even a slightly different revision of the same motherboard – this could cause problems.Manufacturers often release updates to their computers’ BIOSes.If you built your own computer, a BIOS update would come from your motherboard vendor.
If your computer loses power while flashing the BIOS, your computer could become “bricked” and unable to boot.
These updates can be “flashed” onto the BIOS chip, replacing the BIOS software the computer came with with a new version of the BIOS.
BIOSes are computer-specific (or motherboard-specific), so you will need the BIOS for your exact model of computer (or motherboard) to update your computer’s BIOS.
Hello, I am trying to install Xubuntu 16.04 x64 LTS onto a system with a Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 and a Semperon 145 CPU and am having two problems which I believe are both related.
I have the installer on a bootable USB3 pen drive and am trying to install onto another 16GB USB3 pen drive (which I've done successfully on other systems).