Insyde Software Bios Update

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Nov 19, 2016  I have an ultrabook with the same bios version. BIOS Version: F.13. BIOS Vendor: Insyde. Product name: HP ENVY Sleekbook 4 PC. Can I also install this BIOS update? I cannot run bootable USB Drive with Linux (Windows 10 just starting) and I even cannot run boot menu pressing F9 during startup. I hope bios update resolve all my issues. Hi all, i’ve a Compaq Presario cq56 106sl with insyde bios When i tried to update and flash the bios i’ve got a freeze so then when i’ve restarted my pc it was freezed in a black screen and caps look led blink 2 times. How i can restore the bios of my cq56 106sl? Please help me 🙁 P.s: sorry for my bad english.

  • Press WIN+R. Enter 'msinfo32'. Post a screenshot of the right pane. Jack E/NJ
  • The latest version of Windows apparently allows manufacturers to pawn off the BIOS upgrade to Microsoft. Instead of you having to locate and install the BIOS by downloading it from the manufacturer's website or using the manufacturer's own system update utility, an update to the firmware will download the latest BIOS available on Microsoft servers.
    A few facts.
    1. Sometimes, the firmware available may not be the latest, compared to the website. Sometimes however, what is on Microsoft server may be the latest one, even preceding the one published on the manufacturer website. Happens to me a few time with HP laptops.
    2. Be very careful when updating that involves Intel's ME updates. I had one update that sort of skipped an ME update on the Predator Helios 300 and it sort of screwed something since the system claims that I don't have windows. Probably screwed up the encryption of something.

Some of the malware these days are targeting even the firmware stored on a small BIOS/UEFI chip that resides on your computer’s motherboard. At this point not many security products are capable of scanning the BIOS/UEFI firmware and therefore these kinds of rootkits are very dangerous. As we explained in a previous article – how to protect against Lojax rootkit, the only way to get rid of these type of malware is to re-flash the firmware in the BIOS/UEFI chip on your motherboard.

If you have a computer that uses Insyde BIOS/UEFI then it is very easy to re-flash or update the firmware. The first obvious step is to find and download the update. You won’t get these updates from the Insyde website. If you have a desktop computer, then you should get it from the motherboard manufacturer’s website. If you have a laptop/notebook computer, then you should get it from the device manufacturer’s website. Usually these updates are located in the “Support” section of their websites.

Once you have procured the firmware update file for Insyde BIOS/UEFI, then you can follow these steps:

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  1. Attach the AC adapter cable to your notebook even if battery is fully charged.
  2. Close all the programs running in your computer.
  3. Launch the Insyde firmware update tool for your computer.
  4. When asked “Continue to update BIOS”, click on the OK button to proceed.
  5. It will erase the older firmware first, then it will continue to write newer firmware.
  6. When the firmware is flashed completely, your computer will be restarted automatically.
Insyde Software Bios Update

After computer has rebooted back into Windows, it should work without no problem. But an old method to ensure that the new firmware works properly is to reset the BIOS to default values and adjust the values again after each firmware update. Download mp3 wiro sableng bondan prakoso. This step is not really necessary, but you can take this step if you know how to change the values in the BIOS/UEFI settings for your computer.

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