Updating the bios file
Updating the bios file - G i l f hattie
So now that we've got that covered, you've come to us, we've recommended updating the BIOS. You'll also want to have your BIOS screenshots on hand.
You can use it to verify the information that you have gotten from a visual inspection of the motherboard, but not as your sole source of information.After you log in, you'll want to click on the order for your system under "My Quotes" (ask your rep if you're not sure which one to choose) and then click the "Pictures" button toward the top.Scroll down a bit and you'll see a list of your BIOS screenshots, as well as a link to download them all as a zip file.In the vast majority of cases, there is no reason to update your BIOS. It's a bit of a process, so definitely not something you want to do on a whim.You don't want to do it every time you run into an issue, because in most circumstances, it's not going to fix the problem. Finally, if you've got a system with any overclocked settings, those settings may not work with an updated BIOS.One of the options will be for the Asus EZ Flash Utility.
The BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) is critical to the proper operation of your computer.
It is essential that you do it mistake free if you still want to be able to use your computer.
For the purposes of this article I am going to assume that you understand the risks of flashing your BIOS and have a good reason for upgrading your existing BIOS.
You can also get pertinent information from the initial POST screen.
The first line in the upper left portion of the screen shows the BIOS maker and version.
The second line shows the motherboard model, BIOS version and date.