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Windows 7: Start thinking backing up & restoring Bios with official methods!

18 Sep 2018   #1
Vineet Garg

Windows 7 Ultimate x32 With Sp1 + Vista Ultimate x32 with Sp1 & Sp2 !!
Start thinking backing up & restoring Bios with official methods!

Hi All,
As said in the title, I wanted to attract everybody's attention to the point that Bios & its settings can be backed up & restored now with official methods. Just check your product support pages & mother board manuals!
We all know that Bios is the most critical section of any pc. Till now it used to be a lifetime event to update & change bios settings for many. Actually, the inability to back up & restore it, made all things even more critical. But now the technology has advanced & everybody should be ready to take the plunge. The time has come when people will start exploring / playing with bios. Manufacturers have set the stage for it.
Though the span of my experience with motherboards is not wide , I came across some motherboards from 2012 that provide official utilities to do the same. Even some provide utilities that can be run directly from within windows. But i think it would be safer to go with DOS utilities & Bios Setup options.
We should stand together & be ready for the change.

Thanks & Regards. ...

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