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09 Jan 2011  
Mike Connor

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Wait a minute, have to write a tutorial for it.....

ONCE AGAIN I STRONGLY ADVISE YOU NOT TO DO THIS UNLESS YOU NEED TO. IF YOUR MACHINE IS RUNNING PROPERLY THERE IS NO NEED TO DO IT AT ALL, IT WILL NOT NORMALLY BRING YOU ANY ADVANTAGES. BIOS UPDATES ARE ONLY NEEDED WHEN SOMETHING DOES NOT WORK



Close all other applications and resident ( in the system tray) programs.

Make sure you have a good internet conection, and it is stable. DO NOT interrupt anything once you have started.

Start the program.

Before you do anything else click "Save the current BIOS to file" to save it.


If you have the new BIOS file on your machine already, you can choose

"Update BIOS from file" and follow the on screen instructions.


To update the BIOS from the internet;

Click "Update BIOS from Gigabyte Server", Select the site closest to you and then download the BIOS file that matches your motherboard.

Simply follow the on-screen instructions to complete the operation.

Click "Load BIOS defaults after BIOS update".

Restart your system. If you have any special BIOS settings you use then you will have to set them up again on the next boot.


Regards....Mike Connor
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