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Still about bios update

Is there commands to be typed and executed for the manual update?

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Yes, you need to check the readme that comes with the flash program, or in dos you can also find out the commands with Flashprogram.exe /? (the /? is basicly help and sould show all the commends)

http://www.wikihow.com/Update-Your-Computer's-BIOS

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