Updating motherboard bios
When a computer boots up, it looks in the chip for BIOS for instructions on where to find the operating system and among many other things, BIOS also further facilitates communication between the operating system and the hardware. In the result list below, click on ( ) sign beside BIOS category to expand it if you can see one. In the explorer window, paste the previously copied path on the address bar above and press Enter to navigate to it. Now run the file similar which will be similar to something like SP73917_E.
is sometimes necessary because, like any other software, improvements are made to improve stability and performance.
If the Flash Memory Writer utility was not able to successfully update a complete BIOS file, your system may not be able to boot up.
It’s a set of code that resides on a chip on yours system’s motherboard. Value against “System Mode” will be your exact system model. In the search results, click on the model that exactly matches yours. Click under the “Operating systems in English:” and select your operating system you noted down earlier. Copy its extraction path, which will be something like c:\SWSetup\SP73917. When the extraction is complete, press Windows key E.
Reboot when asked and you’ve got the latest BIOS version in town.
To update BIOS through a USB, the USB needs to be of 1 GB or less. Keep tapping the F10 key to enter the BIOS settings menu.
First you’ll have to know the version of current BIOS installed on your system. In the larger right pane, locate BIOS Version/Date. Do not turn off your laptop in any case during the updating process.