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BLue screen BIOS problem

Getting blue screen on startup saying I need to up grade the BIOS as it's not fully compatable

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  • oturns Feb 04, 2009

    I tried that but I couldn't find my Motherboard on the makers webstite :(

    Thanks for trying


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I) i would directly answer to ur question: upgrade BIOS, initially find motherboard make(company name), version and few other details and visit that company or motherboard website.

ii) they will provide BIOS upgrading software for your motherboard or what we call firmware upgrade.......

Note: sometimes u may get this software( u can download it) , otherwise u have to online update which            will do online BIOS update

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M. Sridhar

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