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This is in spite of anything it may say on the download page about being compatible with earlier versions of Windows; using any legacy DOS-type environment the .exe runs, but exits The key ingredient at this point is a Windows 7 Repair Disk. If this is not easy to read, the information can be obtained in the following way: 1) Install libsmbios: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install libsmbios-bin 2) Get the service tab Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
Best to leave well enough alone. Or in my case, I am, therefore I ache."-Marvin (aka The Paranoid Android)Originally posted by gwolking 11-03-2004, 9:08 AM Anonymous (441071008) replied to Anonymous (441071001) Anonymous BIOS UPGRADE INSTALLATION PROBLEM Reply Reply With Quote 09-14-2011,05:51 AM #2 Steve R Jones View Profile View Forum Posts Administrator Join Date Oct 2000 Location Dallas, TX Posts 5,418 THe instruction below are for my Dell... I have a motherboard you can't update from linux (zotac ionitx f-e), so I'm stuck with creating a dos disk and doing it that way.
Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. This answer worked great all the way through on the first try and the very quick USB bootable is great to have on hand anyway. @TommyTrussell, I ran DDDP on a Reply With Quote Quick Navigation General Tech Talk and Support Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums General Forums General Tech Talk and Support Ubuntu Logo, Ubuntu and Canonical © Canonical Ltd.
You must have booted Windows, or ....? –Tommy Trussell May 28 '15 at 19:40 Yes, YES, YES!! In Ubuntu you can check the BIOS version with the following two commands: sudo dmidecode -s bios-version sudo dmidecode -s bios-release-date You need information about your computer's hardware when querying the http://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/19/SLN171755/en Comprised of: USB stick FreeDOS Base ISO 1.0 UNetbootin Updated my Dell Latitude E6420 easily from BIOS version A07 to A08 to A23 (A08 was required before I could flash If a BIOS update goes bad your computer can be rendered a paper weight.
I hope the next time I have to do this, they just issue a bootable ISO image instead… Update, Sep 2013: Wayno Guerrini emailed to say: ‘I used your recipe to Ran the D81XPXP2.EXE¬†program directly from the floppy. you have installed. RSS Links All posts All comments Archives Archives Select Month November 2016 (6) October 2016 (20) September 2016 (18) August 2016 (12) July 2016 (19) June 2016 (17) May 2016 (20)
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instead of cdrecord I had to use wodim: sudo wodim dev=/dev/sg1 -pad -v -eject /tmp/cd.iso Thank you. I have downloaded the bios exe file, in the past i would have copied the exe file to a bootable floopy disc and run from bootup. Linux has come a long way, Dell has come a long way, and when the BIOS has come a long way in revision updates, it's time to flash that BIOS.Updating the Copy the Windows/DOS BIOS installer to a FAT formatted USB stick or the one that you installed the SystemRescueCD on.
I will point people to this article, but add the changes as appropriate to my website.' This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged bios, bootable, booting, cd, cdrom, dell, dos, Sort Posts: Oldest to newest Newest to oldest Previous Next 11-02-2004, 12:40 PM Anonymous (441071001) Anonymous BIOS UPGRADE INSTALLATION PROBLEM Reply Quote I have downloaded from Dell file D81XPXP2.exe, an update Used a Windows 7 64 bit installation disc, booted into Windows command prompt environment but an error "image type is not present" is returned. click site Kindest Regards Adv Reply May 26th, 2012 #2 kc1di View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Ubuntu Cappuccino Scuro Join Date Nov 2004 Location Maine Beans 1,857 DistroUbuntu 16.04 Xenial
Wireless script Dave Registered Linux User #462608 Ubuntu-Mate 16.04 Adv Reply May 26th, 2012 #3 clausencraft View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date May Navigate to the command prompt. (Use Recovery Tools->Command Prompt). Antonio: does System Rescue CD offer a way to run DOS applications, such as BIOS reflashers?
From there, just follow the on-screen instructions, and make sure your computer stays powered-on while the upgrade completes.
See : https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Flashing_BIOS_from_Linux share|improve this answer answered Feb 2 '12 at 23:51 bodhi.zazen 56k6114213 thanks , i will not update as i am not getting any such problem –gunjan You can make it into a bootable USB if you wish, but if your box has a CD drive this is unnecessary. I downloaded the bio upgrade already. The time now is 02:25 AM.