Bios updating escd
Those of you that know how to do it already may have your own methods and do it a little differently, but I felt this was the most straightforward and fail-safe method for someone doing it the first time. Before restarting to the boot disk, enter the BIOS and remove any overclocking you may previously have had. We don't want anything that could cause a freeze up during the middle of the write process. Ever wonder what some of those mysterious BIOS settings are?If you don not update the ESCD, your board may suffer some startup problems./CD - stands for clearing DMI Data pool after reprogramming.On some mainboards there is a Boot Block Protection jumper. Even though this key stands in the list, which is shown by /? Still, if have taken all the precautions but anyway you see a message saying "Insufficient Memory" during the BIOS reflashing procedure, then the key /Tiny should be used.
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