Articles :: How to Flash a BIOS Without Giving Yourself a Headache :: Motherboards.org

Doc Overclock · 12-12-2000 · Category: Guides

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Identifying your motherboard model number and BIOS version are the key things in determining your BIOS flash needs. When you first get a POSTing on your screen, you will see a set of numbers and BIOS date in the left hand corner. Identify your BIOS version and date, and write them down on a piece of paper. Make sure you check yourself twice, as this is a very important thing. The wrong BIOS flash can result in a dead motherboard. Sometimes the screen does go by pretty quickly, so you might have to restart it a couple of times to get it right. Take your time and get the exact details needed to ensure a successful mission.



The decision to upgrade your BIOS is yours. By following the procedures outlined in this article you agree that Motherboard HomeWorld is in no way liable or responsible for any resulting loss of system functionality. If your system is working without problems or conflicts, then it is not recommended that you flash your BIOS.

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  1. Introduction
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  7. Conclusion