and so you know we have the most common processor is Phenom II x4 955 on socket AM3, so about new products we can not talk, the AM4 platform will be available in 10 years, when completely outdated and prices will fall by 20 times
I know, that was the point of showing you what IS SUPPORTED by ASRock.
That all of ASRock FM2 socket motherboards aren't compatible with the new CPU. Only two FM2+ Socket are and have updated BIOSes.
You're taking your frustration out on the wrong company and wrong Forum. You need to talk to ASRock about providing a new BIOS for your motherboard. Most likely they will say the new CPU is not compatible with your motherboard.
It isn't AMD's fault that their new CPU is not compatible with your motherboard, it is ASRock's fault since they were the ones that created your motherboard and provides the BIOSes needed to make newer CPUs compatible.
I understand financially, it is a hardship, to upgrade. Try buying one of the 2 FM2+ motherboards that support the new AMD CPU. That way you only need to spend money on a new motherboard and CPU. Hopefully the RAM Memory you have will be compatible with the new CPU. If not, then you are stuck with your FM2 socket motherboard until some major hardware goes bad and forces you to upgrade.