then something happend and it frozen on the windows LOGO, and I turned off the PC and took off the USB pendrive and it started normally. Intel i7 5820K (4.5 GHz) | MSI X99A MPower | 32GB Kingston Hyper X Fury 2666MHz | Asus Ro G STRIX GTX 1080ti OC | Samsung 951PRO n VME 512GB | Crucial M550 256GB | Crucial MX200 1TB | Western Digital Caviar Black 2000GB | Samson SR 850 | Zalman ZM-Mic1 | Noctua NH-D15 | Fractal Define R5 | Seasonic X850 Hi guys, I'm trying to update my BIOS to the newest one.I rename the file and put it on the USB, restart PC and go to the USB Update, select the file and when I press enter, it says: Selected file is not a EFI BIOS. Hi guys, I'm trying to update my BIOS to the newest one.If you put it in a folder on the USB drive the updater won't find it.Restart the computer, and go into BIOS (hit DEL when the computer tells you to). Watch a progress bar finish The computer will reboot on its own, and prompt you to hit "F1 to Enter Setup". Obligatory warnings: If the power goes out while flashing the BIOS, you will need to recover the BIOS using a special utility you can download from the Asus website, or call Asus Technical Support. If you apply the wrong BIOS file, you will need to recover the BIOS using a special utility you can download from the Asus website, or call Asus Technical Support. If you do something wrong, like restarting the computer before the BIOS updater is ready, you will need to recover the BIOS using a special utility you can download from the Asus website, or call Asus Technical Support. The update will remove any changes you have made to the BIOS, including any overclocking settings.Go to the Advanced area of the BIOS, and select the Updater. Hit F1, check the BIOS version is correct, navigate to "Restart/Save Changes". Make a note of these settings before proceeding with the BIOS flash.In general, do not update the motherboard BIOS unless you need to.
While UEFI currently supports generic NVMe features, there are additional NVMe features, such as SAT3 Password Support, Pyrite Support, Block SID Support and NVMe Metadata Support, currently not covered in the UEFI specification that the firmware can benefit from.
With a depth-stencil texture, initially created with `gl Tex Image2D(target = GL_TEXTURE_2D, level = 0, internalformat = GL_DEPTH24_STENCIL8, width = 480, height = 400, border = 0, format = GL_DEPTH_STENCIL, type = GL_UNSIGNED_INT_24_8, pixels = NULL)`, attached to a FBO and then later initialized through rendering, an attempt to update it using gl Tex Sub Image2D will only update the depth part of the texture, while leaving the stencil unchanged.
Updating the same texture using gl Tex Image2D works correctly.
Instead I've attached an apitrace of the problem in my application.
In Frame 200, call 25423 should clear the stencil to zero, but it's instead left unchanged, while depth is correctly cleared.
This is the call used to update the texture: Apitrace reports no Open GL errors.