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A guidance how to create a Boot-CD (which contains the Freeware version of Caldera DR-DOS v7.03) to perform a BIOS update.
The following tools are needed:
Instruction to create a bootable CD
Starting the BIOS-Update from CD-ROM
First, go into your BIOS-Setup and change the Bootsequence to CD-ROM (search for an option like Bootsequence, First Boot Device, or something similarly).
Insert the CD and restart your PC. If all went well - DR-DOS starts and you can see the famous DOS-Prompt (A:\>).
Now you can start the BIOS update, but remember: you can't backup your old BIOS version onto a CD! But if your harddisk has a FAT16- or FAT32 partition, it would be a good idea to copy your 2 BIOS files to this partition, and to start the update/backup from your harddisk.
@Bill Meyerbiosflash 15.Oct.2013 15:49
I don't know. Maybe you have made something wrong?
My Acer Aspire 5110 USB ports are unusable. Any USB device connected showing in the device manager as unrecognized, device error 43. I have a slim hope that updating the Bios to the latest version 3.13 will solve the problem. I followed the instructions to make a boot CD/DVD. I copied my bios files to the dos files as shown in your picture and saved it. When I boot up I see the A> prompt as expected. When I list the files on the DVD only see the file "Command.com". If I put another data dsta in the CD rom drive with my Bios files they don't don't show. The disk looks empty. Any thoughts on this..Bill Meyer 15.Oct.2013 15:04
@vishalshetty104biosflash 13.Oct.2013 07:50
Hey i have a 700 mb cd-rw and my total size of the BIOS files (BIOS,AWDFLASH a type of flash tool)is 294 kb... will that be ok to update my BIOS... I downloaded the latest version from asus website the link is here: http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&p=1&s=10&m=A7V8X-MX+SE&os=&hashedid=1guVBT1qV5oqhHyZ the latest version of it (1007-001) its in .bin format... CAN IT WORK ??????vishalshetty104 13.Oct.2013 07:43
Thanks but i found a way to do this. I was actually trying to install my original version of bios cause the newer one wasn't working right. To upgrade its simple, just download which version you want to update it to and click it and run it and follow the instructions. The problem comes when trying to install an older version because it won't let you. So you have to either do something like you said or, you have to find another way around that. I was able to do it using a command in command prompt. It forces the bios version you want to run and install. Anyways thanks, this was still educational.Jay 18.Jun.2013 00:57
@Jaybiosflash 17.Jun.2013 22:53
Sorry, but most of all stupid Dell PCs don't support a bios flash under DOS. You have to execute the Dell .exe bios update under Windows. Dell also should have a FAQ how to flash your bios.
The very first picture that shows 5 files in UltraISO. One of the files shows flash.exe and i have no idea what that is. I have tried goggling it but to no avail. If it helps i have a dell inspirion 560. I already have the bio update file but can't find the flash utility i need. Any help would be really appreciated.Jay 17.Jun.2013 22:25
@Jaybiosflash 17.Jun.2013 22:15
Which picture? Download flash tool + bios update file from your mainboard or brand pc manufacturer!
What flash tool is shown in the picture? I have everything else except for that. Can you please post a link to that flash tool? Thanks!Jay 17.Jun.2013 21:38
@Franklin Castrobiosflash 20.Feb.2013 06:25
Maybe you have an installed BIOS version which only supports *nix/ubuntu?