Recommended:Download the driver installer below to update your BIOS drivers. By updating your Bios drivers, your computer will perform better and most driver conflicts will be solved. We highly recommend the driver installer for all Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 users. With a database of over 11 million drivers, you can quickly identify every Bios device made after 1994.
You can download the recommended Bios driver updates by clicking the "Download" button.
|Description||Version||Estimated Download Time|
|Bios Driver Installer
(Includes, WHQL certified drivers)
|Current as of
(May 23 2013)
512K: < 1m
- Click above Download link or Click here to begin installer download.
- Click "Run" ("Save As") if using Firefox
- Click "Run" Again
- Follow on-screen prompts to complete installation.
Important: If you are using Firefox or Netscape as your browser, you will be directed to save the application "to disk" (we recommend that you save the application to your desktop).
We recommend that you save it to your desktop and initiate the free scan using the desktop icon. Should you choose not to save the application, you may simply initiate the free scan by clicking the "Run" button on the File Download Window.
You can also search for a specific driver below:
Locating updated drivers is easy!
It is possible that your computer has BIOS problems if it exhibits one or more of the following behaviors:
- The computer is freezing, even while it is still loading the BIOS screen
- The computer displays a BIOS error message
- Power issues
- Performance issues
- Booting problems
- Problems when installing new hardware
Note that these issues may or may not be intermittent. Nevertheless, they all indicate a possible BIOS issue.
- Get the Codes
Depending on the manufacturer, the system would often display a series of beep codes, LED codes, or light signals on the power button. Try to get this codes and consult your manufacturer’s user manual or technical support for further assistance. If the computer system you are using is custom-made or does not have any of these indicators, proceed to the next troubleshooting step.
- Reset the BIOS Settings to Defaults
To reset the BIOS to the default settings, restart the computer. While the computer is on the BIOS screen and performing memory tests, press on the F2 key (or Delete key) repeatedly until you see the BIOS setup screen. Use the Up and Down arrow keys to select Load BIOS Defaults and press Enter. After that, select Save & Exit setup and press Enter. The system will ask you for a confirmation on the changes made. Confirm the saving of the settings by selecting Yes/Save and pressing Enter. The system would automatically restart with the default settings afterward.
If the problem persists, try to load the performance defaults using the same procedure.
- See if there are problems with the power supply
- Reseat the components inside your computer case.
Though this process may seem difficult, it is possible that there are some loose connections between the components inside the computer case, especially the connections between the power supply and the motherboard.
Shut down your computer. Unplug the power cord. Remove the power and data connections between each of the devices inside your computer case such as hard drives, optical drives, video cards, etc. Reestablish the connections and restart the computer. See if the problem persists.
If you the computer in question is a portable, skip this step and proceed to the next one.
- Flash the BIOS
If the above-mentioned troubleshooting steps failed to resolve the issue, it may be necessary to flash the system BIOS. But be cautions, because a failed flash of the BIOS may result to a unusable motherboard. Make sure that you have performed all the above-mentioned troubleshooting steps before proceeding.
To flash the BIOS, first, we need to get the BIOS update installer. It can be obtained through the motherboard or computer manufacturer’s website. If the computer is custom-built, it is recommended to get the update from the motherboard manufacturer. If the entire computer system is pre-built by manufacturers such as Dell, HP, or Acer, you may want to get the BIOS installer from them. Again, be cautious since downloading the incorrect update may lead to more problems for your computer.
After downloading and extracting (if compressed) the installation file/s, close all active programs and run the application. After the installation, the setup would ask you to restart the computer. Restart the computer and see if the issue has been resolved.
Click here to have our updater automatically flash your BIOS with the correct updates.
- Replace the motherboard
If you have reached this troublehooting step and still haven’t successfully resolved the BIOS issue, the motherboard may need to be replaced.
Check your power supply for any problems, especially if it’s making abnormal or relatively loud noises.
Why Updating Drivers Is Important
Usually the only reason we look to install or update bios drivers is because something is malfunctioning. This is not the only reason you should keep your drivers up to date however. Manufacturers are constantly updating and improving performance of their devices and the only way to make use of this is by having the latest system drivers. Obviously going online and checking for new drivers all the time is not desirable so using a tool like the one at the top of this page you can keep all of your hardware running on the optimal drivers with top performance.
When new hardware is installed, although it works correctly, other hardware which interacts with it may not be, because the other hardware actually needs its own drivers updated. This kind of co-dependency is another common problem and a reason why it's a great idea to have a tool that is constantly monitoring the state of all of your drivers and updating appropriately so you can upgrade and add or remove components in your computer while continuing to run without a hitch.
If your bios is fairly new, it may be possible to download individual bios driver files directly from the manufacturer without incurring additional charges. If you are having problems locating the correct driver, or are unsure of the exact model, we suggest you run this system scan first. It is very important that you know the exact model of your bios that you would like to update to prevent possible damage to your system. We suggest that you click here to download an installer that will automatically scan and identify your bios to ensure you are installing the correct update and will also locate and download any additional driver and bios updates your pc may need.
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