Updating bios error loading driver
You will often want to flash your computer from DOS (yes, DOS – you may have to create a bootable USB drive with DOS on it and restart into that environment), as problems could occur when flashing from Windows.Each manufacturer has their own instructions for flashing a BIOS.These updates can be “flashed” onto the BIOS chip, replacing the BIOS software the computer came with with a new version of the BIOS.BIOSes are computer-specific (or motherboard-specific), so you will need the BIOS for your exact model of computer (or motherboard) to update your computer’s BIOS.Here's everything you need to know about how to update a PC BIOS, whether traditional or the newer UEFI standard.
Unlike your operating system (which is stored on your hard drive), your computer’s BIOS is stored on a chip on your motherboard.
You won’t get anything out of it except possible new problems.
This section contains steps to flash the BIOS on your development platform for a Microsoft Windows* host computer.
If there's a power cut, or the computer gets turned off while updating, it could mean that it's unable to boot at all.
For this reason, it's worth checking whether you really need to update your BIOS.
You should only update your BIOS if the new version contains an improvement you need. When you power your computer on, your BIOS takes control, starting the power-on self test (POST) and passing control over to the boot loader, which boots your computer’s operating system.