Flashing motherboard BIOS is a dangerous activity that can render your motherboard inoperable!You should know your motherboard and have any necessary BIOS files available.
I know my flash drive works but how do i get it to show up?
Flash drive is supposed to show up as HD 1-0, any suggestions?
If you have not identified your motherboard, you should do so now for reference and any potential troubleshooting later.
Flashing firmware used to be a sort-of haphazard process that often resulted in bricked motherboards.
So we bring you a simple way of updating bios of any motherboard.
You dont need to rely on the internal utilities through this.
Note that some modern board manufacturers (MSI and ASRock both included) will also allow BIOS flashing over ethernet or wireless connection, though USB is still the easiest and safest method.
Abrupt power loss or power disruption by the user can brick the board -- meaning it will be as useful as a brick when it comes to computing.
Apparently they never learn and are instead busy adding features like DRM and UEFI to make our lives even more miserable.
However updating the BIOS on my Lenovo X230 laptop was surprisingly easy once I learned how to do that (kudos to a G post I stumbled upon).
There is one more for finding the right bios version without rebooting the system. Method 4 By Software: Now we land into the final part of guide where you will find way of updating the bios by using a Pen Drive.