Updating bios from usb
Sometimes you will need to update the BIOS in order for the motherboard to properly support a new processor or other hardware, or to fix bugs and improve stability or performance.
In most cases, nothing will go wrong at all, but it's important to know that there's an associated risk and not to treat the process too lightly.
The easiest way is to look in the user manual of your mainboard.
Additionally, the full model name –such as P5E3 Deluxe – is usually found somewhere on the board itself.
At this point, it's well worth reading any instructions on the manufacturer's website about the exact updating process for your BIOS.
Head to the motherboard or laptop manufacturer's website and look for a support link.If there's a power cut, or the computer gets turned off while updating, it could mean that it's unable to boot at all.For this reason, it's worth checking whether you really need to update your BIOS.So, I've been looking at building a PC from scratch (first time) and I've been looking at Ryzen processors.I found a motherboard I liked, but on finding out Ryzen 2 would be out in April, I naturally decided to wait a bit for the next gen.
If you have a laptop, you need only to find the make and exact model of the machine itself.