Question about Computers & Internet
Hello type in the right mainboardd number here:
When you find your mainboard select download and your windows system.
Open the bios folder select the newest bios and click
on global for download.
Any file from the asus site needs to be unziped.
The bios can be upgraded while windows is running by downloading the asus update utility.
Select the right mainboard because flashing the bios with a wrong one will destroy the mainboard.
You also need to setup the bios settings like clock, date, boot, etc. when the job is done.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: BIOS update for Asus A7V-ML
For branded computers like HP, Compaq, Dell the only place you can get the correct bios updates would be your computer manufacturer website under the support link. These companies do not use industry standard motherboards so it could corrupt your system to update from any other source. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
Thank you for your query
No you do not need to update the bios if you are reformatting the PC
The only time a bios update is needed if the manufacturer releases a updated bios to fix a bug or a issue
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Posted on Feb 17, 2010
SOURCE: Can't boot from USB on
Start and pres Del /F 2 /F10 for Setup bios .Change the boot sequence.
Usb drive 1st
Hard disk 2nd
BIOS - The setup program used in desktop and laptop computers/PCs - Page 1 of 2
Phoenix BIOS setup and help
And make a boot-able pen drive.
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Posted on Jan 19, 2011
please be sure you know what you are doing ..cause this is a risky operation
Posted on Jan 01, 2012
Testimonial: "Thanks for the links and the time you took to read and answer my cry for help. I am not afraid of flashing a bios I have done several with 100% success. I always backup the original first so that I can restore it if I have to do so. I believe in redundance so I always butn it to disk and add it to a floppy for doing the job so that I have a safe copy of the original. thanks for your concerns on the matter I know what can happen if it goes south. my friend got the wrong bios upgrade and tried to do it on his own and killed the mother board to an unrecoverable state. so I know how dangerous it can be if you are not careful. Thanks again Roger"
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