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Como actulizar el bios??

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prisonman

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23:22 02/08/2007

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tengo el msi p6n-sli y queria flashear el bios pero me da un poco de cosa…
aca hay una guia en ingles uds q opinan!!!??

Special Note:
The BIOS and DEVICE DRIVERS contained here are exclusively for Micro-Star products only. Micro-Star assumes no responsibility for any damages resulting from improper use or lack of technical expertise.

WARNING!!!!!
DON'T FLASH FROM A FLOPPY DISK!!!!
DON'T FLASH WHEN YOUR SYSTEM IS RUNNING FINE!!!!
DON'T FLASH IF YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING!!!!

Award BIOS Flash Procedure

1. Know your model number
a. Open your case and look for the MS-XXXX number on the motherboard between the PCI slots, also check the version number that is written there as well. (Some motherboards are named like K8N Diamond; make sure you have the right version number)
b. Boot up your system & take a look at the top left screen during POST, you should see something like “W7100NMS V1.1 021705” This means the board is MS-7100 with BIOS version 1.1
Hint: Many systems are clearing this message very fast, the bios version is then unreadable, and you can either press “PAUSE” or disable the “Quick Boot” in the BIOS setup.

2. Download the BIOS that matches your motherboard AND version number (some motherboards are named like K8N Diamond; make sure you have the right version number). BIOS can be found according to the CPU type of your board like if your CPU is AMD 939 type then look here
http://www.msi.com.tw/program/produc…39%20(AMD%20K8)
if you cannot find the BIOS that matches your board, try here http://www.msi.com.tw/support/bios/more.php

3. Extract the BIOS-archive that you have downloaded by double clicking to c:\test

4. Boot your system from a Win98 or WinME boot-floppy.
How to make boot floppy in case your don’t have it ready:
For Win9X, You can type [C:\ format a:/s] from the DOS prompt.
For WinME, You can make a boot floppy from control panel–> add/remove program–>make boot floppy. Remove autoexec.bat & config.sys file if there's any.
For Win2000, there's no way to make boot floppy, so you have to either use Win9X or WinME boot floppy.
For WinXP, you can make a DOS boot disk. Go to Your Computer, right click drive A:, select Format, select copy system files.

5. When you get the A:\ prompt, type the following sequence:
C: <enter>
cd\test <enter>
C:\test> awdfl865 BIOS file
(To save or not to save old BIOS is the user’s decision)

6. Reboot your system when prompted

AMI BIOS Flash Procedure

1. Know your model number
a. Open your case and look for the MS-XXXX number on the motherboard between the PCI slots, also check the version number that is written there as well. (some motherboards are named like 945G Neo2, make sure you have the right version number)
b. Boot up your system & take a look at the top left screen during POST, you should see something like “MSI 945P/G Neo 2 A7176IMS V3.3 Date: 04/26/06” This means the board is MS-7176 with BIOS version 3.3
Hint: Many systems are clearing this message very fast, the bios version is then unreadable, you can either press “PAUSE” or disable the “Quick Boot” in the BIOS setup.

2. Download the BIOS that matches your motherboard AND version number (some motherboards are named like 945G Neo2, make sure you have the right version number). BIOS can be found according to the CPU type of your board like if your CPU is Intel 775 type then look here
http://www.msi.com.tw/program/produc…%20(Intel%20P4)
if you cannot find the BIOS that matches your board, try here http://www.msi.com.tw/support/bios/more.php

3. Extract the BIOS-archive that you have downloaded by double clicking to c:\test

4. Boot your system from a Win98 or WinME boot-floppy.
How to make boot floppy in case your don’t have it ready:
For Win9X, You can type [C:\ format a:/s] from the DOS prompt.
For WinME, You can make a boot floppy from control panel–> add/remove program–>make boot floppy. Remove autoexec.bat & config.sys file if there's any.
For Win2000, there's no way to make boot floppy, so you have to either use Win9X or WinME boot floppy.
For WinXP, you can make a DOS boot disk. Go to Your Computer, right click drive A:, select Format, select copy system files.

5. When you get the A:\ prompt, type the following sequence:
C: <enter>
cd\test <enter>
C:\test> adsfi719 BIOS file
(to save or not to save old BIOS is the user’s decision)

6. Reboot your system when prompted

Flashing the BIOS for Non-FAT file system

1. Know your model number
a. Open your case and look for the MS-XXXX number on the motherboard between the PCI slots, also check the version number that is written there as well. (some motherboards are named like K8N Diamond, make sure you have the right version number)
b. Boot up your system & take a look at the top left screen during POST, you should see something like “W7100NMS V1.1 021705” This means the board is MS-7100 with BIOS version 1.1
Hint: Many systems are clearing this message very fast, the bios version is then unreadable, and you can either press “PAUSE” or disable the “Quick Boot” in the BIOS setup.

3. Download the BIOS that matches your motherboard AND version number (some motherboards are named like K8N Diamond; make sure you have the right version number). BIOS can be found according to the CPU type of your board like if your CPU is AMD 939 type then look here
http://www.msi.com.tw/program/produc…39%20(AMD%20K8)
if you cannot find the BIOS that matches your board, try here <http://www.msi.com.tw/support/bios/more.php>

4. Extract the file you have downloaded to a floppy (not the win ME/98 startup floppy) by double clocking the file in windows mode and supplying the path a:\

5. Boot the computer using windows ME or windows 98 startup disk. It must be one of these! A plain boot disk will not be good enough.
If you do not have Windows ME or 98 to create the floppy you can make one on a friend's computer.

6. When boot is done there will be a message on the screen showing:"Diagnostic tools were successfully loaded to drive" followed by a single letter.
This letter is the letter assigned to the RAMDRIVE. This RAMDRIVE is a virtual drive in the system memory and can be accessed and controlled like any other drive with DOS commands such as:
MD – Make Directory
Copy – copy a file
Delete – Delete a file

There is one important difference which is that being in the system memory this drive is wiped once the computer is restarted or shut down.

7. Replace the startup floppy with the one containing the flash utility and bios ROM files previously extracted in windows.

8. Copy the 2 files to the RAMDRIVE by using the DOS command copy.
Here is an example, in this example the flash utility is AWFL865.EXE ,the ROM file is W7100NMS.110 and the RAMDRIVE letter assignment is D

copy awfl865.exe d:\
copy w7100nms.110 d:\

9. Change the current working directory to the RAMDRIVE root directory, with the example case of the RAMDRIVE being drive D this is done by simply done with the command d:

10. Execute the flash utility with the ROM file as a command line argument, with this example:
awfl865 w7100nms.110

If you wish to save the current bios you must specify the full path a:\filename. Specifying only a file name will save the bios to the RAMDRIVE which will be wiped after restarting the computer and the file will not be saved.

a:\bios.old is an example of the correct way to save the bios.

11. Reboot your system when prompted

12. If your system doesn't boot after you flashed, please refer to the BIOS recovery method as described

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Nesseze

entradas: 2110

23:26 02/08/2007

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yo jamas actualize mi bios , porque primero no tengo flopy, y segundo me da miedo

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NetZ

Capital Federal

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23:26 02/08/2007

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Esta bien aunque de ese warinning los 2 primeros son chamuyo. Yo SIEMPRE flashee desde un floppy, y que te ande bien no significa q no debas flashear? Uno puede hacerlo para ganar performance, tal vez alguna nueva opción de bios…etc
Por el resto esta bien, es algo super simple flashearlo pero tenes q hacerlo con cuidado…especialmente de meterle un bios adecuado a tu mother.
saludos

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martin9753

La Plata (Villa Elisa)

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01:00 03/08/2007

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Yo lo actualize varias veces pero desde Windows (asus Update) y nunca tuve problema

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prisonman

entradas: 225

12:38 03/08/2007

5

yo lo baje de aca http://global.msi.com.tw/index.php?f…1&prod_no=1141
me hice un dvd boot con los archivos descomprimidos pero cuando estoy en dos
tengo un archivo Afud408.exe lo ejecuto pero me tira una lista de cosas n ose q hacery despues tengo otro archivo llamdo A7350NMS.230 ……alguien me podria da una mano …
saludos

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fernandoboard

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15:55 03/08/2007

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hola mira para cambiar la bios en msi hay un "msi live update" como dice martin 9753 en su caso de asus, http://www.msimiami.com/spanish/noti…iveUpdate3.htm
y que te explica todo paso a paso en español
http://www.msimiami.com/spanish/Inst…iveUpdate3.htm
o los bios en http://global.msi.com.tw/index.php?f…1&prod_no=1141
espero que te sirva y sino cambia la fuente jaja

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NetZ

Capital Federal

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16:47 03/08/2007

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prison man, para utilizar el exe desde dos le tenes q dar los parámetros por consola. Por ej, asi sería para un asus: awdflash.exe es el programa y supongamos 1013.bin el bios….
entonces pones en consola desde el directorio (supongamos diskettera):
a:\awdflash 1013.bin

con eso comienza el flasheo, preg si queres hacer un back up del actual, etc etc
saludos

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prisonman

entradas: 225

22:18 03/08/2007

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Cita Iniciado por fernandoboard
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hola mira para cambiar la bios en msi hay un "msi live update" como dice martin 9753 en su caso de asus, http://www.msimiami.com/spanish/noti…iveUpdate3.htm
y que te explica todo paso a paso en español
http://www.msimiami.com/spanish/Inst…iveUpdate3.htm
o los bios en http://global.msi.com.tw/index.php?f…1&prod_no=1141
espero que te sirva y sino cambia la fuente jaja

no me convence mucho el live, va las personas q hable me recomendaron por dos … graciala!! loco gay jaja

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prison man, para utilizar el exe desde dos le tenes q dar los parámetros por consola. Por ej, asi sería para un asus: awdflash.exe es el programa y supongamos 1013.bin el bios….
entonces pones en consola desde el directorio (supongamos diskettera):
a:\awdflash 1013.bin

con eso comienza el flasheo, preg si queres hacer un back up del actual, etc etc
saludos

ahh ok vo ya probar asi….gracias

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