Originally Posted by Breakingcustom
I've never flashed the BIOS before and probably just missing something. I have a Win98 bootdisk and when I boot w/o cd-rom support I enter in the information MSI listed on their website, but if you do a "dir" command on the C: drive you get only the info that the boot disk brought up (Fdisk, format, etc). There is no "cd/test". If there a different way of flashing the bios because LiveUPdate doesn't say I have to. I'm running 1.6.
all you need to do is have a usb memory stick formated to fat32, can be done from the format option with in windows. Leave usb in slot and reboot your computer, press the DEL key to get into the bios, in the bios options you should see M-Flash, click on that, when in there, make a backup of your current bios and save it to the usb. Then upload the new bios which should be v.1E or 1.13. reboot and go back into your bios and reconfigure your bios settings like RAM voltage and NB voltage etc to get it stable. and you should be set, but like ive learnt, if it isn't broken, dont fix it!Edited by theghostoftime1978 - 8/28/10 at 7:34am