How can i update my bios??

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    thilina From Sri Lanka

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    Hav an ami bios.Tried uniflsah to update,was unsuccesfull.How can i update it??
    Flash rom chip - winbond F49002U/5V

    PCI chip set - sis 650+ITE I8700/05F
     
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    Genius_mod Banned

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    There is no need of that winbond chip..
    You have asis chipset but You didnt tell which make tell your MOBO make here . EXAMPLE:ASUS,MSI, JETWAY,GIGABYTE or so.....
    and the model no. or only company also can do..
     
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    thilina From Sri Lanka

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    My mobo is Kobian 650 GL Ndsmx.
    (kobian is currently known as Mercury)
     
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    yes...there is one bios update setup which can be installes as a general software installation in any OS.Just download the appropiate setup from the motherboard manufactures website.
     
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    hanks guys,I ll chk the link and respond soon
     
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    NO problem dude

    your welcome
     
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