1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 23, 2017 12:35 PM by N.Scott.Pearson

    DH61ww bios update 0020 to 0023 to 0028 to 0034 to 0035 to 0041 to  0042 to 0044 to 0046 to 0048 to 0099

    AaronMercado

      Hi SIr/Maam

      i would like to ask bios update step by step

      i would like to know if i need to update version by version and no need to skip version

      Thank you

        • 1. Re: DH61ww bios update 0020 to 0023 to 0028 to 0034 to 0035 to 0041 to  0042 to 0044 to 0046 to 0048 to 0099
          N.Scott.Pearson

          Follow these steps:

           

          1. If your existing BIOS version is less than 41, update to BIOS 41. Use the BIOS Recovery method.
          2. If your existing BIOS version is less than 48, update to BIOS 48. Use the BIOS Recovery method.
          3. If your existing BIOS version is less than 99, update to BIOS 99. Use the normal F7 method.
          4. If your existing BIOS version is less than 120, update to BIOS 120. Use the normal F7 method.

           

          See the following documents for more guidance on BIOS update methods:

           

          Intel Desktop Boards BIOS Update Instructions

          Intel Desktop Boards Recovery BIOS Update Instructions

          Updating the BIOS to Support 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors

           

          Here is some additional guidance that I usually provide. There are very good reasons for the do's and don't's, so read them carefully and follow them closely.

           

          1. Use a USB 2.0 flash disk. Do not use USB 3.0 flash disks!
          2. From a separate Windows-based PC or laptop, format (or reformat, as the case may be) this USB 2.0 flash disk using the FAT32 file system. Do not do this on a Linux-based PC or a Mac! Do not use the Quick option! Do not skip this step!
          3. Repeat these steps for each update operation. Do them on the separate Windows-based PC.
            1. Copy the appropriate .BIO file for this step onto the USB flash disk.
            2. Delete any other files on the USB flash disk (especially .BIO files from previous operations).
            3. Properly eject the USB flash disk before removing it. Don't just yank it out.
            4. Plug the flash stick into one of the (black) USB 2.0 ports on the back I/O panel of the board. Do not use (blue) USB 3.0 ports! Do not use front panel USB ports!

           

          Hope this helps,

          ...S