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I Need Help Upgrading Bios


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did you format it and make it a system disk?

Insert floppy
right click the drive in MY COMPUTER
choose FORMAT, check MAKE MS-DOS system disk

THEN copy the BIOS files over (the original ones).
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thank you that what was wrong i had a feeling i was doing something wrong and the bios are updated to P07 now was ma fault i should of explained better and thank you both for the help it is much apreciated
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:tazz:

Sometimes, all it takes is asking the right question :) Wannabe and I are pretty good at this, but sometimes we miss the softballs...
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should i upgrade it to the P15 but use the iflash one instead of the express install??

Edited by LATIN, 24 February 2006 - 05:03 PM.

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I would not....those are the intel standard bios, but sometimes motherboard makers tweak their motherboards making the standard bios unsuitable
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