14 Comments

  1. Blazehype

    I keep getting error say this program must be run under Win32.in command prompt

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    • Sounds like your BIOS flash utility is made specifically for Windows, not for DOS. Check with your computer manufacturer to see if they have a DOS version of the BIOS flash utility.

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  2. Roger Fairchild

    Worked great on a Dell Latitude E5510 that would not update any other way.
    Thanks!!

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    • You are quite welcome.

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  3. Joyce

    Did NOT work. Gave some error involving missing Grub files... =(

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    • Hmm. Sorry it didn't work for you. Unetbootin is usually a solid tool for making bootable USB drives.

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  4. kerron

    thanks mate
    simple,
    to the point.

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  5. Dominic Cachia

    why can't i access c: after booting?

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  6. Valery

    This was very helpful and allowed me to format an antique lacking a functioning optic drive.
    Thank you very much.

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  7. stephen

    This was very helpful and allowed me to format an antique lacking a functioning optic drive.
    Thank you very much.

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  8. Jason

    Pat on the back for this post. Outstanding!

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  9. JUAN LLANES

    para uso en casa

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  10. Peter DeGregorio

    Thanks a lot for this. I followed your instructions and was able to do a needed BIOS update on a server with no floppy.

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  11. thanks this helpful:)

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