How to update BIOS in Win 7, 8.1 / 10

How to update BIOS in Win 7, 8.1 / 10
How to update BIOS in
Win 7, 8.1 / 10
Update by 20170310
Step 1 – Prepare an USB flash
Before update BIOS, we need to prepare an USB flash (2.0). The size at least 4GB.
Then download the USB tools for create bootable USB.
Download link: Rufus
You also can download the tool in our official webpage.
Path: Product model \ Service \ Download \ BIOS page
Step 2 – Create an USB for boot DOS mode
Download the Then uncompress the zip file to a folder.
You will see Rufus.exe inside
Plug the USB flash into PC and execute “Rufus.exe”
It will pop up a windows like the picture as right.
To follow the configuration to setup.
- Point Device to your USB flash.
- Select “MBR partition scheme for BIOS or UEFI”
- Select “FAT32” on File system.
- Name the volume label as you like.
- Check “Quick Format” and
“create a bootable disk using”.
- Select “FreeDOS” and check “Create Extended
label and icon files”
6. Press “Start” to create USB.
After few sec, the USB will finish create.
7. Then we need to put BIOS files inside to
update BIOS.
Step 3 – Boot up UEFI (BIOS)
1. In Win 8.1 / 10, press “Windows” Key -> Select “Settings” -> Recovery -> Advanced.
2. Windows will boot up to troubleshooting mode -> Select “Troubleshoot” -> “Advanced
options” -> “UEFI Firmware Settings” -> Restart.
3. The PC will boot up BIOS configuration after restart.
Step 4 – Change Windows Logo
Select “Settings” -> “Advanced” -> “Windows OS Configuration”
Modify “Disable” in Windows 8.1 / 10 WHQL Support
Save and Exit BIOS configuration.
P.S. Each PC may have different GUI to display BIOS page, but the main function to switch UEFI/Legacy
are related to Windows Log context. You can check the picture in next chapter.
For Business Model BIOS GUI
For Classical BIOS GUI
For Win 7 BIOS Update
Win 7 system already based on legacy mode to boot up.
So you don’t need to disable windows logo in BIOS page.
Just keep tap “F11” key to call boot menu in the beginning, then select your bootable USB
Step 5 – Update BIOS
Plug bootable USB flash into PC.
And keep tap “F11” key to call boot menu when PC restart.
Select your bootable USB device.
In DOS mode, please entry your BIOS file folder in USB.
Then execute “Flash.bat” to update BIOS.
Step 4 – Load BIOS to Default
After process finish, PC will shutdown automatically.
Remove USB flash, then boot up to UEFI (BIOS) again.
To confirm BIOS version be update correctly or not.
Then load BIOS setting to default and Save & Reset PC.
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