Use the .bio on a pendrive: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=18881&ProdId=2839&lang=eng
I find it to be the most reliable
The bad thing is that I don't have pendrive or usb memory close, flash and express process is not working at all for me
recovery with the CD? same as with a pendrive
All I want is to update the bios, but it doesn't work with the a cd or dvd. I have tried everything, creating a bootable dvd, windows express update and nothing works for me.
could anyone help pls?
Have you tried the recovery method? following the instructions i gave you before????? it does NOT need a bootable CD!!!! just the .bio file on a cd!!!!! if that dosent work and you have tried teh other ways available and they didnt work then you will need to contact intel support to get a replacement.
by the way..i dont do this for fun! I AM TRYING TO HELP YOU!!!! trying to help you update the bios, but if you dont read the instructions given or take teh advice what cabn anyone do? did you remove the jumper? did you remove all other USB devices? did you hear the CD spin up? have you actually tried it? you could borrow a usb pendrive form someone to try that way to
There are only limited ways to update the bios on this board, recovery (with usb pen, floppy or CD None bootable) express or iflash! if these don't work noone else will be able to help. The only thing you could try is beffore doing the recovery method unplug the power and remove the CMOS battery for 15.20 minutes, then when you plug itback in do teh recovery update.
I have not tried the recovery method, because my board starts ups nicely, far as I know recovery just rollback your bios to a previous version, doesn't it?, I want to update the bios version.
I didn't remove the jumper, I'll try that.
Yeah i heard the cd spinning up.
I'll try recovery update.
Will it work on a dvd or just cd?, cause I ran out of cds...
USB device didn't work.. it didn't even run the software. just loaded right away to windows 7... and boot from usb device first, was enabled., btw this board don't have the f7 option for bios update.
You really bhave nto read a thing of the link with instructioin i gave you in one of my earlier posts. The recovery method will update you BIOS or roll back, all depends what .bio file oyu use if you use teh latest one it will update to teh latest bios. follow the intructions in this link: http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/CS-023360.htm use the latest.bio file and see what happens.
i seem to remember that you cant use a dvd. But anyways use the USB pen, format it, put the .bio file on it. Turn you computer off remove the BIOS config jumper and any othe rUSB devices and CD then put ur usb pendrive in and boot the system. you may not get anything on screen, just check that the pendrive is being read. If in doubt wait at least 20 minutes before unpluggin or untill you are sure that the pendrive is not being read anymore
I did read you, I did read de read me pdf file and followed the processes as explained. and Just did exactly was you said with the Jumper, when I removed the bios jumper the computer didn't start, even then I left it several minutes before coming back to normal. I had a D94GZis before and i flashed the bios just fine, this is not working at all..
The express bios update neither works, it give internal error.. it is just not working at all!. Need someone from support team to help out or someone with a better alternative:
Tried with cd rom - Check
Tried pendrive - Check
Tried with CD - Check
Tried with DVD - Check
I watched every single video of support about updating the bios and also tried each method removing the jumper and also tried moving the jumper from position it just don't work at all.!!!