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A guidance how to create a bootable USB-Stick / Pendrive (incl. MS-DOS system files) to perform a BIOS update.
The following tools are needed:
Instruction to create a bootable USB-Stick
Starting the BIOS-Update from USB-Stick
First, go into your BIOS-Setup and change the Bootsequence to USB-Stick/Drive (search for an option like Bootsequence, First Boot Device, or something similarly).
Insert the USB-Stick and restart your PC. If all went well - MS-DOS starts and you can see the famous DOS-Prompt (C:\>).
Now you can start the BIOS update. Remember: it's a good idea to backup the old BIOS version.
@Bonesbiosflash 21.Feb.2016 07:03
I think, you can answer yourself this question.
Good day sir. You say to choose the device from which to boot. BUT what if i dont have no video output at all, but PC is runing?Bones 20.Feb.2016 17:32
When I tried Winphlash within windows, I got a checksum variable (104) error. Tried a Rufus bootable flashdrive with Winphlash16, but the BIOS ROM file failed to open.M.Collins 16.Feb.2016 03:35
So very close .. followed simple instructions, booted stick into dos, 'PHLASH16 6912.ROM' (Phoenix dos tool).... Utility ran nicely, but stalled on error 'cannot flash with memory managers loaded, HIMEM'. Don't know how to disable HIMEM, any suggestions?M.Collins 16.Feb.2016 00:27
@zackbiosflash 1.Dec.2015 06:33
Because the mainboard manufacturer provides these files in a special version for your mainboard model, and i'm no wizard.
Why didn't you just provide a flash tool?zack 1.Dec.2015 01:57
@sslinuxbiosflash 20.Nov.2015 19:34
Use another USB or PS/2 keyboard, or another USB 2.0 (not 3.0!) port.
hi guys . I did everything but have a big problem right now. . it says go to bios and choose usb for boot. but I can not open bios. and my keyboard is usb and it does not work.. ?sslinux 20.Nov.2015 17:08
@duwekbiosflash 28.Sep.2015 06:05
No, this should not work. Maybe a CD-ROM.
thanks info sir.. but ihave a question,when i turn on my pc i have blank screen,but my motherboard havent floppy slot..can i instal bios with usb when blank screen? then usb can work like Diskette sir?duwek 28.Sep.2015 03:46