Updating the bios file

Copy the BIOS update image that you want to flash to the USB flashdrive (If you are unsure of where to get this, please post in our forums).

For the Award platform, the BIOS file should be named “bios.bin”; for AMI, it should be named “bios.rom”; and for Phoenix, it should be named “bios.bin” The final preparation stage needed for our USB flashdrive is the flash utility itself, which varies according to the platform.

To identify what platform your BIOS uses, check to see if any of these logos appear on bootup: If none of these images help you identify your motherboard BIOS company, the easiest way to check this information is by using identification tools such as Everest or CPUID, or simply consult your manual or OEM manufacturer.

After you have determined the BIOS type, you can use the corresponding methods listed below.

It is important that you have a specific reason for updating your BIOS, doing so when there is no need is an unwanted risk that should not be taken into consideration.

Usually, a motherboard or computer manufacturer will tell you if an update for your system is required.

In conclusion, Although not as popular as its comrades, NVIDIA BIOS Editor has counted many years since the start of its development and gathered a few fans along the way.Once installed, open the utility and select the USB flashdrive to format.Below, tick the bubble for creating an MSDOS startup disk.Right underneath it, at program start, you can find the customizable 2D / 3D as well as Throttle Core, Shader and Memory clock values.The Voltages tab section allows you to set the values for the 2D / 3D and Throttle modes, while the Advanced Info zone makes Device / Sub Vendor / System and Board ID editable.

Leave a Reply