Updating bios driver
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.
If you built your own computer, a BIOS update would come from your motherboard vendor.
These updates can be “flashed” onto the BIOS chip, replacing the BIOS software the computer came with with a new version of the BIOS.
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.
Take the BIOS update you downloaded from the manufacturer’s website and place it on the USB stick.
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.
Updating your operating system and software is important.
Press Window Key R to access the “RUN” command window.
Then type “msinfo32” to bring up your computer’s System Information log.
You can also create one from an existing ISO image if you would prefer. This will take you to the Boot Selection where you can set a boot device.
Press and in a few short minutes your bootable USB stick will be ready. Make sure you set your bootable USB stick as your boot device and then press .