needed phoenix bios update

Discussion in 'BIOS Mods' started by itsattitudeofmine, Mar 10, 2013.

  1. itsattitudeofmine

    itsattitudeofmine MDL Novice

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    i am posting pictures for my pc
    i needed an update for my bios and how to update it IMG_20130310_192242.jpg IMG_20130310_192310.jpg
     
  2. LatinMcG

    LatinMcG Bios Borker

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    worthless info.. need model number UNDER laptop.
    i do know its old 478 socket so its at least from 2005 or older..
     
  3. itsattitudeofmine

    itsattitudeofmine MDL Novice

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    its a dekstop
    what else information do you need?
     
  4. itsattitudeofmine

    itsattitudeofmine MDL Novice

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    i am sendin system information IMG_20130310_192242.jpg IMG_20130310_192310.jpg IMG_20130310_221441.jpg IMG_20130310_221459.jpg
     
  5. Tito

    Tito Super Mod / Adviser
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    Use AIDA64 to identify the motherboard. Why do you need te update?? Just SLIC mod??

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  6. itsattitudeofmine

    itsattitudeofmine MDL Novice

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    its lord electronics i915
    its slowed down
     
  7. LatinMcG

    LatinMcG Bios Borker

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    it slowed down is signs of a bad hard disk.. not a bios magic fix
     
  8. itsattitudeofmine

    itsattitudeofmine MDL Novice

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    still cant i get an update
     
  9. thatguychuck

    thatguychuck MDL Member

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    Typically what you can do is boot into your current BIOS and look for a version number. Then locate the support page from the company that manufactured your computer, you'll have to know your model number. Look for a section where you can download support files, and see if there is a BIOS revision posted. Depending on your specific situation, there may not be any bios revisions. If there is a BIOS file, look at the version number and compare it to the one you currently have, if they are the same then there is not an update.

    That being said, there is always the chance that you may brick your motherboard in the process of updating. You'll have to weigh the benefits and risks of such an operation. This is especially true if there are hard drive problems already, if it hiccups in the process all may be lost.