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Old 05-18-2018, 10:19 AM
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Any update regarding instruction? Couple of posts back, i attached ss showing the problem i got trying to update bios. I'm doing something wrong or bios is corrupted for me?
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Any update regarding instruction? Couple of posts back, i attached ss showing the problem i got trying to update bios. I'm doing something wrong or bios is corrupted for me?
Instructions are in a pinned post at the top of the CORSAIR ONE section of the forum.
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Old 05-18-2018, 04:44 PM
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I know the default setup of the Corsair ONE has Windows 10 Home installed, but for people who run Windows 10 Pro with BitLocker enabled:

Make absolutely sure you have the Recovery Key backed up and handy, because you'll need it after updating the BIOS.
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I know the default setup of the Corsair ONE has Windows 10 Home installed, but for people who run Windows 10 Pro with BitLocker enabled:

Make absolutely sure you have the Recovery Key backed up and handy, because you'll need it after updating the BIOS.
An easier solution is to run the BitLocker Control Panel and click "Suspend protection" before booting into the BIOS. BitLocker will automatically resume after a restart so you'll need to do this again if you manage to reboot into Windows in between update steps.

In any case, as wannerniet points out, you should definitely have your BitLocker key backed up one way or another before attempting a firmware update.
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