We decided to help and share a list of best practices that will help you update the BIOS without problems from your very first try.Let's get started: NOTE: If this is the first time you have heard about the BIOS or you don't know exactly what it is, read this article: Simple Questions: What is the BIOS & What Does It Do? First, you will have to find if there is an update available for the BIOS of your computer's motherboard.

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The whole BIOS updating procedure should be treated with extreme caution.

If you do not encounter any system instability or bugs with the current BIOS version, we suggest that you keep it.

If you determine to flash BIOS, you are taking a personal risk of BIOS flash failure.

Please contact your supplier or our distributors/resellers for further remedy in case system crashes unfortunately because of BIOS flash failure.

Once you know the BIOS version used by your computer's motherboard, it's time to find out if there are any new updates available.

To do that, you'll have to search the support page of the company that manufactured your computer (if it is a prebuilt system from HP, Dell and others) or your motherboard (if it is not a branded computer).

The manual you received for your computer or your motherboard should tell you what this website is.

Because BIOS flashing is potentially risky, if you do not encounter problems using the current version of BIOS, it is recommended that you not flash the BIOS. Inadequate BIOS flashing may result in system malfunction.

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One of the most important things that you should not mess up is updating the BIOS of your computer's motherboard.

Yes, the process is not that complicated even though it is not easy either but there are so many things to you must get right, that it might seem overwhelming.