Select your USB stick and follow the onscreen instructions to complete your BIOS update.
To update your BIOS via DOS, you will need a bootable USB. We’re using Rufus, but you can use any of the options listed above.
The simplest way to update a BIOS is via USB, and today in the Ge Force Garage we'll show you how. To update your BIOS, first check your currently installed BIOS version.
One of the more common questions I get from folks is, "How do I update my BIOS?Going forward, each flash utility is a bit different but simple enough to understand.Plus they all provide info on how to proceed once the application is initiated in DOS.Press Window Key R to access the “RUN” command window.Then type “msinfo32” to bring up your computer’s System Information log.Review the information given or follow the onscreen instructions to save the current BIOS and/or select the new BIOS file to update.After a check for compatibility the update should be ready. Once it’s completed you can use the methods above to check the BIOS version number to confirm your update was a success.You don't want to do it every time you run into an issue, because in most circumstances, it's not going to fix the problem. Finally, if you've got a system with any overclocked settings, those settings may not work with an updated BIOS.You certainly don't want to update the BIOS of a system when nothing is going wrong, as you're just asking for problems. Changes might make the settings incompatible, and there's no way that we can confirm a particular set of overclocked settings will be reliable with an updated BIOS.Remember to back up your existing BIOS before beginning.This will be handy if you run into issues during the update or if you do not like the performance or features that come with the updated BIOS. Ultimately it will be up to you to decide if your system will benefit from an updated BIOS.