Problem updating bios

If your computer is working properly, you do not need to update or flash your BIOS.

In a nutshell, it forms a layer of communication between the hardware and the operating system.Before you begin, make sure that you have power backup while upgrading the BIOS.Because if the computer turns off during the process, the BIOS may be corrupted and you will need a technician to fix it.You should now see that the command line says: C:: Type the following if using Windows 7:cd users (followed by the enter key)6: Your cursor now says: C:\users7: type:cd username (followed by the enter key)substituting your name in place of username where you keep your info.In my case it is robert8: Your cursor now says: C:\users\username9: type:cd desktop (followed by the enter key)10: Your cursor now says: C:\users\username\desktop11: now type:cd E789_20912: Your cursor now says: C:\users\username\desktop\E789_20913: Type cd FPTWIN Your cursor now says: C:\users\username\desktop\E789_209\FPTWIN14: If you have a 64 bit operating system type cd 64 (If you are using 32 bit windows type cd 32)15: Your cursor now says: C:\users\username\desktop\E789_209\FPTWIN 16: Type fptw64(or for 32 bit windows type fptw32.exe) Press the enter key Flash should begin OK retry it this way: 1: Open a command prompt but you must run this as an administrator2: Download the BIOs flash file from EVGA and extract the contents to the desktop for example.

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