This document is intended as a primer - an introduction - to BIOS flashing.
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The only way to make use of such hardware is to upgrade the BIOS or upgrade the motherboard - which is far more expensive, especially if additional hardware is required, such as new RAM.
When you discover a need for a BIOS upgrade, the first step is to check the availability of such an upgrade.
Most people seem to think the BIOS manufacturer provides upgrades.
Not so - BIOS manufacturers (such as AMI, or Award) do not sell BIOS'.
It is important that you fully understand the potential dangers involved, how to avoid them, and how to take remedial action should the worst happen.
But before this, you must first have a reason to upgrade the BIOS. As with most things, if it isn't broke - why fix it.
Always ask yourself: "What benefits does an upgrade give? The BIOS itself is a small software program (usually only around 64K) which is responsible for booting the machine and supplying an interface with which the OS and the hardware can communicate.
If the BIOS doesn't support a particular hardware device (such as ACPI, or large drives) Windows® can't use it.
Each motherboard manufacturer chooses a BIOS and modifies it to suit the hardware fitted to the board, or to add support to any non-standard hardware.