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I check the PSU with Rexus PST-3, the PSU pass the test.
So, I wondering if I can flash the BIOS without any OS? BIOSVendor: Phoenix Technologies, LTDVersion : 6.00 PGRelease: 07/03/2066Motherboard Vendor: Micro-Star International CO., LTDProduct: MS-7222Version: 2.00Processor: Intel Celeron 2.53GHz Any suggestion would inmensly appreciated!
Hey, my laptop has been giving me some pain recently with BSODs when exiting Source games.
I've also been experiencing performance drops in these games and in others which were all fine some time ago.
Unless there is a specific problem you're trying to fix, and you know for certain that the BIOS upgrade will fix that, do NOT do a BIOS update.HP has not published any schedule for when, or if, they will be producing BIOS updates for the older machines.Purpose This download record provides three options for updating the BIOS of the following Intel® Desktop Board(s): D865GBF, D865GLC, D865GRH, D865GVHZ. Which file to choose Recovery BIOS Update [P25-0077. BIO file to be used for BIOS recovery process, regardless of operating system. BY LOADING OR USING THE SOFTWARE, YOU AGREE TO THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT.My advice to folks is to NOT do any BIOS updates unless you are sure of the following: 1) You have a way to store off the current working BIOS code to a media that can be used to restore it 2) You have a way to restore that saved BIOS code if the update goes badly.That said, ASUS board I have used in the past had something known as EZ-flash (or something like that) that involved you booting with a special key combination that then launched a BIOS update utility. There are no HP Win10 drivers for your PC so, when you did the update, what you got were MS drivers -- which only provide basic functionality.