Updating bios using asus
I've also tried using winflash through the bios setup screen. I'm updating my bios to up the temperature limit, as I find when playing anything remotely new my laptop turns down the GPU clock speed and my game just grinds down to a slideshow.Thanks for the help Hi Its not exactly a gaming lappy, whatever makes you think that flashing the bios will help ?Particularly with the risk involved where flashing can write off your machine totally...All the best Brett The Asus G72 is a gaming laptop, Brett. But , I still can't find it using the windows flash 2.Downloading random EXE-files from the internet is definitely not ideal when updating firmware, but it has been tested on the models mentioned below and confirmed to work. Eee PC 1015PEM: Updated successfully to 0901 using Free DOS 1.0, but using BUPDATER 1.16 instead of AFUDOS.You can get the bios and the BUPDATER utility from the ASUS suport page for 1015PEM. (Select Tools YES)Wait for your system to check current BIOS information. Select the drive letter with the BIOS update file, then select the file. After the file check is finished, click "Yes" to update your BIOS. When the update is finished, remove the floppy or USB drive and reboot.
BIOS initializes all hardware when the computer starts.
Disclaimer: The following instructions are tested on some Eee PC models. (FAT32 formatted 8GB non-partitioned USB stick was used). Insert the USB stick and the BIOS update proceeds automatically. ROM to a FAT32-formatted 1G (no need to create neither FAT32-type nor 16MB-sized partition) noname USB-stick. ROM", since the 1006 revision of the BIOS for the "900 Linux" model is shipped with a filename of "900-ASUS-1006. I used succesfully a freedos live usb ( with bios .
To see a list of models and there upgrade results scroll down to the "Tested Models" section. Try not to look at it for the several minutes that it appears to be doing nothing. Upon reboot it will request to press F2 to go into setup, as it detects the change in BIOS. Inserted stick into 701SD and hit powerbutton, then Alt F2. ROM and the asus afudos utility (ftp://dlsvr01com/pub/ASUS/mb/flash/AFUDOS236.zip).
Businesses can update the BIOS to add new features to the computer without upgrading computer equipment; flashing the BIOS can, for example, enable an ASUS to support new processors.
You can use AFUDOS to install the appropriate ROM file to the motherboard. in English literature from Valencia College and is completing a B. in computer science at the University of Central Florida.The basic input/output system, or BIOS, controls the operation of hardware on an ASUS computer.