There's an element of risk just flashing a normal BIOS, and especially when you start modifying it, so please attempt this mod at your own risk (and only if you're experiencing some problem).We highly recommend that you don't flash the modified BIOS unless you've verified the microcode was added correctly.Note: If you are not experiencing problems on your computer and are not aware of any additional features in the BIOS that are needed, then you may not need to perform the update.
You should have set these aside in an earlier step.When the computer is first started, BIOS activates all of the hardware required by the computer to boot including: WARNING: Incorrectly changing the BIOS settings may leave the computer in a state in which the Operating System will no longer start.We recommend that you record the original BIOS settings before you modify them.All BIOS revisions are released on an "as-is" basis only. BIOS updates have the potential to cause your system to fail. If you can live without your PC for a week while you wait for a replacement BIOS chip to show up, then go ahead and update your BIOS! You will always have your old BIOS chip as a backup 3. Also, laptops can be done if the BIOS is available.The worst case scenario your system will never boot again until you purchase a new BIOS replacement chip from us or one of the other BIOS chip vendors. If you'd rather be safe than sorry though, buy the BIOS update from us, the benefits are: 1. You can have us reprogram your old chip to a newer version later 4. Please email the BIOS you want programmed when ordering laptop BIOS's.Flashing a BIOS should only be attempted by a qualified technician.