Updating ibm bios

Posted by / 18-Feb-2016 14:02

Updating ibm bios

Rufus Rufus is a small utility that helps format and create bootable USB flash drives, such as USB keys/pendrives, memory sticks, etc.

It’s also a useful tool to help install different versions of Windows via USB and can also check USB devices for errors.

Here are 5 such tools that will put either Free DOS or MS-DOS onto a bootable USB flash drive allowing you to update the BIOS firmware from DOS but without a floppy drive.1.

Wait 5 minutes after removing the battery, then put the battery back into the motherboard and turn it on.

Back in the days when floppy disks were still being commonly used, flashing your motherboard’s BIOS could only be done by booting the computer into DOS.

To reset your computers CMOS or BIOS settings back to the default settings follow the steps below. Under advanced If you're working on a computer with a Phoenix BIOS that has Main - Advanced - Security listed at the top of the screen, you can get to this setting by using the right arrow to move over to Advanced.

Under Advanced, arrow down to the Reset Configuration Data option and change the value from Disabled or No to Enabled or Yes.

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Hello Dears, I have updated my BIOS via Lenovo BIOS updater and everything went successfully and it asked me to restart your computer after updating BIOS and now I do not get any display , I have waited for like 10-15 min to see if i can see anything and i saw it booted and i have updated my drivers for win 7 ultimate and upon restart again i dont have any display and i am waiting 20 more to see if i get anything .