Updating to bios
If your computer is working properly, you do not need to update or flash your BIOS.
In any case, should you wish to, we recommend that you do not try to update your BIOS yourself, but instead take it to a computer technician who may be better equipped to do it. Once the System Information Tool opens, you can check the BIOS version.
The updates usually bake in enhancements and fixes which will eventually help the software maintain its compatibility with the hardware and the software.
That being said unlike most of the other apps the BIOS needs to be updated manually, and that’s precisely the very thing that we will be explaining in this segment.
BIOS is a term we have heard from quite sometimes, in fact, it’s possible that for most of your hardware issues the IT guy may have suggested a BIOS upgrade before troubleshooting the hardware. BIOS is an acronym for (Basic Input Output System) and is a piece of software that goes along with the PC’s motherboard.
In a nutshell, it forms a layer of communication between the hardware and the operating system.
The motherboard manufacturers to have their own BIOS update applications and all you need to do is press a button and voila! It’s always advisable to turn off firewalls and other security software since they could meddle with the process.Your boot CD/DVD may or may not help depending upon how the BIOS stands after a powercut or a sudden system turn off while rewriting the BIOS.Visit the manufacturer’s site to download the BIOS update, for instance, if you own a Dell laptop you can head over to Dell.com, or you could use Dell Update Utility.Now you can download your motherboard’s latest BIOS update and update utility from the manufacturer’s website.The update utility is often part of the download package from the manufacturer. If one is not available, you can still use the USB stick to update your BIOS in an UEFI environment, if such is a feature of your motherboard.