Question about ASUS P5PE-VM Motherboard
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You can do this on a WinXP machine that has a floppy disk drive and a CD burner:
Download a boot disk from http://www.bootdisk.com./
Create a boot diskette from the downloaded file.
Add your BIOS flash program to this diskette.
Boot the machine from the diskette (for testing purposes)
Use the CD burner to burn a bootable CD.
Boot the Windows 7 PC with this CD.
Flash the BIOS.
This process is not trivial.
Inexperienced users are unlikely to succeed with it.
Note also that flashing a BIOS is rarely required.
If your BIOS does not see the disk then there is probably a much simpler reason, e.g. a bad cable or an incorrect jumper setting.
Note also that your question has nothing whatsoever to do with Windows.
A hardware forum would be a much better place to discuss this topic.
It is where you would get a proper peer review of the issue.
hope this helps
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