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Windows 7: Dell 1535 Bios Drivers

05 Feb 2011   #31

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Glad it got sorted out! Thanks for the update.

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05 Feb 2011   #32

win 7 ultimate32bit, Win8.1pro wmc 32bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Sam K View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pebbly View Post
good luck Sam
Thanks. It worked!

For those who are interested, I created the bootable USB stick using the instructions on the following link and then copied the 1535_A06.EXE file to the USB stick.

Bios-boot-usb-stick - Howto: BIOS-Update per bootable USB-Stick -

After I booted up using the USB stick, I simply ran the 1535_A06.EXE file from the drive.

I would have never guessed that creating a bootable CD was so much more difficult than the a bootable USB.

Thanks pebbly and marsmimar for all your help.
Simple and easy ,was'nt it Sam
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27 Aug 2012   #33

Windows 7 Premium


I have some bugs on my Dell studio laptop 1535 (Windows 7 Ultimate), so I wanted to update the BIOS from A03 to A06.
I made a bootable usb stick as Sam did in previous posts. Then I put 1535_A06.EXE on the usb drive and booted from ot. When I got to the command prompt screen I entered command E:\1535_A06.EXE and it showed ''Invalid drive specification'' I checked twice and the drive specification is correct, it is E:

Maybe you guys can help me on this one What's the problem?
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26 Oct 2014   #34

Windows 7

I just wanted to share my problems and how i solved it.
I have a M6500 Dell and tried to update to the newest bios A10. I tried many many diffrent solutions but it didnt work. It just said "no vaild rom image found"
What did work was upgrading to a older version (A09) then i could upgrade to the A10.
Hope this can helt atleast someone
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