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Bios i have sahara laptop model EK00. i have problem with bios. phoenix usb boot option dont see in my laptop. tell me how to update my phoenix bios....

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    Ravi Agarwal Sep 23, 2009

    I WANT RESET MY BIOS PASSWORD I FORGOT THAT I HAVE SAHARA LATOP PLS HELP ME ...

  • Alun Cox May 11, 2010

    As it is apparent you are not exactly PC savvvy I would not recommend you trying to update the BIOS as you could totally disable your laptop. What problem do you have which leads you to believe your BIOS needs updating?

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Just download a bios update of the web page of the fabricant, all fabricants have diferents modes to upgrate, somes need a floppy disk, others can be upgrade from windows running

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