On the other hand, we have previously covered why you shouldn’t generally update your hardware drivers, although gamers will definitely want to update their graphics drivers. BIOS updates will not make your computer faster, they generally won’t add new features you need, and they may even cause additional problems.
You should only update your BIOS if the new version contains an improvement you need. When you power your computer on, your BIOS takes control, starting the power-on self test (POST) and passing control over to the boot loader, which boots your computer’s operating system.
Unlike your operating system (which is stored on your hard drive), your computer’s BIOS is stored on a chip on your motherboard.
Manufacturers often release updates to their computers’ BIOSes.
The BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) is critical to the proper operation of your computer.
It is the first code that is executed at start-up and defines the way your motherboard will communicate with the system hardware components.
You might be able to get the information by entering the serial number of the PC on a Web site, but when it comes to flashing your BIOS you need to be 100 percent accurate and the information on the Web site could be incorrect.
Here is a list of the files that are contained in this image file.
Look for the manufacturer, model number and a revision number.
You can also get pertinent information from the initial POST screen.
Please stick to easy to-the-point questions that you feel people can answer fast. In Unetbootin, choose 'Disk image' and -- this is important -- select 'Floppy' from the drop-down list next to it.6. Now copy the BIOS update utility to your flash drive/memory card.
For long and complicated questions prefer the other forums within the support section. Now click on '...' and navigate to the Free DOS image you extracted at Step 1.7. Trust me, just copy it as you would any other file.11.