|Bioinstr.txt||Instructions for flashing the bios|
|BIOS.exe||Self extracting zip file|
|License.txt||INTEL end user software license Agreement|
Instructions for flashing your BIOS
|Step 1. Be sure you have
downloaded the correct BIOS file from the Website.
Step 2. Note the settings of the SETUP parameters. Enter SETUP by hitting the F1 key during boot up. Write down the settings for each of
parameters. At the end of the BIOS update process you should set the
parameters to default values by hitting the F5 key, and then re-enter these values you have written down.
Step 3. Insert the bootable floppy into drive a:.
Step 4. Extract the contents of the BIOS.EXE file you downloaded, onto the bootable floppy. You simply type the filename (without the extension) followed by a: , for example "BIOS A:".
Step 5. Place the bootable floppy containing the BIOS into drive a: of the
system that you want to upgrade and boot the system from the floppy
diskette in the drive.
Step 6. Press ENTER to go to the Main Menu.
Step 7. Highlight the option that reads "Update Flash Memory From a File" and press ENTER.
Step 8. Highlight the option that reads "Update System BIOS" and press ENTER.
Step 9. At the screen that asks you to enter the path and name of the file, press TAB to highlight the file name and press ENTER.
Step 10. The system will give you a warning that BIOS is about to be changed.If you wish to continue simply hit ENTER.
Step 11. Once the BIOS has been successfully loaded, remove the floppy diskette from the drive. Hit ENTER at the prompt to reboot the system.
Step 12. Check to make sure the BIOS version is the new version as the system reboots.
Step 13. Enter Setup by pressing the F1 key during boot up. Once in Setup, press the F5 to set the parameters back to default values. Re-enter the values you wrote down at the beginning of this process. If you do not set the CMOS values back to defaults using the F5 key, the system may function erratically.
Note: you may encounter a CMOS Checksum error or other problem after reboot. Try shutting down the system and booting up again. CMOS checksum errors require that you enter Setup, check your settings, save your settings, and exit Setup.
BIOS 1.00.07.DB0_ Release 7.0
BIOS 1.00.06.DB0_ Release 6.0
* Product specifications subject to change without notice.
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