Updating bios linux
I am trying to upload the BIOS of my laptop from an USB drive (Asus N53SV, from BIOS version 212 to version 215), but I can't find a boot from USB option in my BIOS. The BIOS interface I access from the splash screen is Aptio Setup Utility 2.01.1204. If I undestand it correctly flashing from hard disk requires a FAT32 partition (which I don't have) and flashing form cd is a very bad idea. Optimize Realtek 8111E LAN modul Download from Global BIOS 2131. The only reference I found is: but it's about a different task. The options I can see in the BIOS interface are: UEFI boot: enable/disable (D)PXE ROM: enable disable (D)Boot Option 1,2, ...(you can switch hdd and cd-rom, by default nothing else)Hard Drive BBS Priorities CD/DVD ROM Drive BBS Priorities(you can select witch hdd and cd-rom)[Add New Boot Option]Delete Boot Option(allows you to delete custom entry deiveces)These are the BIOS updates, are they worth the hassle?
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In this example, this is a picture of an early AMIBIOS, a type of BIOS manufactured by the AMI.
Another good example of a BIOS manufacturer is Phoenix.
I’d tell more but the flashrom website does a good job of telling about the utility.
Because BIOS sizes are getting larger, we may need to learn how to create larger bootable images.
For information on what Flash utility to use, a good place to look is your computer manufacturers homepage.