Updating bios benefit

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This can be saved as a file to a location of your choice.Various links are provided to enable you to go search the Internet for the latest version of your BIOS.As regular readers will know, we’re big fans of ASUS motherboards here at WGS.I’ve built quite a few PCs, HTPCs and home servers using ASUS boards and have found them to offer a great blend of performance and quality.Smart Update Manager (SUM) is an innovative tool for keeping the firmware, drivers, and system software of HPE server infrastructure and associated options up-to-date and secure.SUM discovers installed hardware and current versions of firmware, drivers, and system software, provides an update recommendation, and then applies the updates in an efficient order to reduce impact on operations.HPE One View is your infrastructure automation engine, built with software defined intelligence and a unified API, that when combined with HPE One View Global Dashboard software, gives you the ability to both manage and update all your HPE servers, storage and fabric across a single user interface.

Simply point to where this is stored on your hard drive … A consequence of manufacturers efforts to make BIOS flashing easier is that fewer motherboards are equipped with a Flash BIOS jumper.

It allows you to upgrade the motherboard BIOS without the need to delve into the UEFI BIOS interface.

Indeed, you can flash the BIOS during your initial build with just a PSU installed – no CPU, RAM or any other hardware is required.

While this is understandable – it somewhat defeats the object of having a Windows-based flash application if users have delve into the innards of their PC before they can use it – it does have security implications. or to be more precise, non write-protected flashable BIOS!

The benefits of being able to write-protect your flash BIOS was amply illustrated by the emergence of the CIH virus in the late 1990s. The most common variant of the CIH virus overwrote both the first 2048 sectors of a hard disk as well as the BIOS, making it impossible to reboot a system in order to reflash the BIOS!

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