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A guidance how to create a bootable USB-Stick / Pendrive (incl. MS-DOS system files) to perform a BIOS update.
The following tools are needed:
Instruction to create a bootable USB-Stick
Starting the BIOS-Update from USB-Stick
First, go into your BIOS-Setup and change the Bootsequence to USB-Stick/Drive (search for an option like Bootsequence, First Boot Device, or something similarly).
Insert the USB-Stick and restart your PC. If all went well - MS-DOS starts and you can see the famous DOS-Prompt (C:\>).
Now you can start the BIOS update. Remember: it's a good idea to backup the old BIOS version.
@Ramakrishnanbiosflash 22.Dec.2014 15:01
You should contact the Hasee support.
Hello sir, I am using hasee hec41 laptop.my bios is corrupted while i tried to update it(black screen) there is no bios file in official site.My bios version:2.10.1208,AMI Bios,ver:E460YD09. Can u help me with instructions and tools(including bios file).please not that i dont have a cd drive. Can i do this with pendrive? Thanks in advance.Ramakrishnan 22.Dec.2014 14:35
@Kaspar You sure its on e? Try typing "dir" without the quotes and then press enter. If you see the name of your flash file, type is exactly "5842a10.exe" for example and press enter. If you type dir and you don't see your files, try just typing "e:" or "cd e:\" you can type "cd " to go inside a folder.veraVita 12.Sep.2014 12:16
@Kasparbiosflash 3.Sep.2014 17:00
Insert "E:" (without quotes!) on the command line to change to drive E:
Thank you for the link, but It did not solv the problem. My bios update is on the USB stick with drive letter E:, do I have to typ this in the command line? If so, what is the command for that. what should I write after the C:> to change to letter E. Everything i write after the C.. I get the line saying: invaled command . Thanks for your help.Kaspar 3.Sep.2014 16:33
@Kasparbiosflash 3.Sep.2014 06:09
I have the famous C:\> command. My thumbdrive has the letter E. What should I do. What should my command line be. tanksKaspar 2.Sep.2014 22:49
Hello to you all. The BIOS of my Toshiba Satellite P200 does not have the USB disk or stick Boot option, but it has floppy boot possibility by an USB external floppy drive. How to make an USB stick to look like the floppy drive and having at the same time a live linux OS on that stick. Thanks.Jo Bernard 2.Jul.2014 23:35
I am stuck at C prompt after booting from USB. Can someone tell me which files need to be copied to the usb because it doesn't run the exe file. Which is the flash tool here? and also the command used to execute the bios flash?V309 24.Jun.2014 20:05
@FJQbiosflash 20.Jun.2014 22:05
You should ask a friend with experience bios knowledge, or: Make a bootable USB-Stick and copy all bios files which were inside the DOS folder (nb-bios-e1425m-10201gb.exe) onto the pendrive. Boot from pendrive and insert "GO.bat
" at the command prompt. Or: use the Windows files to update the bios within Windows.