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If you are looking to upgrade your BIOS, you will need to find the manufacturer information for your motherboard. After you have the manufacturer, make, and model for your motherboard, you can then go to the motherboard manufacturers website to obtain the upgrade.
The BIOS is not related to what operating system you have. The BIOS is the software used to tell the hardware in your computer (such as the hard drive, disk drive) how to work.
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