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Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 08-14-2010, 04:23 PM #2 greenbrucelee Moderator Hardware Team Join Date: Apr 2007 Posts: 16,762 OS: Windows 7 My System Have you replaced Move to C:\i386 and run setup from there. This helps ensure BIOS updates and other low-level operations work properly. ForumsJoin Search similar:BIOS update with unsupported operating systemRunning an old program on Windows 7?Memory upgrade and getting beep on boot up?AccuWeather AppCant find the root problem[WIN8] My X-fi is making strange Check This Out

says: January 24, 2008 at 22:06 A new problem. In looking at the CD there is no win98 directory. Back up any important files on the USB drive first. echo. :QUIT n3vino, Jan 24, 2005 #9 Bob Cerelli Joined: Nov 2, 2002 Messages: 22,468 Having a directory on the CD like "E:\nt45p3\i386" sure looks like it is NT4 with https://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-1901977.html

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Comments are closed. Not working correctly Windows... the battery tells your computer what it has inside the case.

CRTC Net Neutrality Debates [CanadianBroadband] by thehammer86551. Please note, these were used in a business environement so I don't know what dell supplied with these PC's. If your computer does not automatically boot from the USB drive, you may need to change your boot order or use a boot menu to select the device you want to Dell Update Bios From Usb When my battery is in, it didn't recognize that either.

Pingback: Docunext Tech Stuff » Blog Archive » Linux BIOS Update R.H. Force Dell Bios Update Without Battery The school is trying to get more info. They said 3 days ago they installed Norton, then they went looking for ways to speed up the computer, but the claim they never tried to update the BIOS. http://taint.org/2007/04/23/153737a.html If it's a common flashing program (and it probably is), you can use the instructions from another site (like Asus or Abit, depending on the type of BIOS) to do it.

You will need a blank cd, the file will make the bootable cd for you in windows. Dos Bootable Usb Thanks. One thing I forgot, I forget the exact Warning, but after the DELL Bios loads it tells me the the AC adapter is not recognized. Are you sure you got the correct CD's for what you want to do?

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so this was not for fun... The .exe in the zip file doesn't run when I double click it and I don't see anywhere to download that ezwinflash program anywhere else. Freedos This Program Cannot Be Run In Dos Mode Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  or Post new question Post new question Question Reply Topic Options Subscribe Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Dell Bios Flash Utility Please stop harassing me about my "obsolete" modem [ComcastXFINITY] by Dan2112© DSLReports · Est.1999feedback · terms · Mobile mode

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According to this link http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareIndex.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodNameId=4025606&..., thesp48334.exe which contains aAFUWIN.exe and Flash.bat file should work with FreeDOS. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Stay logged in Sign up now! I just created the formatted the floppy in XP with the "Make a MS-DOS Boot Disk" and it worked great. This Program Cannot Be Run In Dos Mode Windows 7

Also you don't have to create boot CDs on your own, which can be a hassle as well. We will be using Rufus instead. In a first step burn the FreeDos.org image "fdfullcd" onto the CD-R and download (and maybe unpack, etc.) the flash files and utilities you get from the hardware vendor onto the http://cmptp.com/cannot-be/bios-image-file-cannot-be-found-thinkpad.html Whenever you make a bios update or similar things you do it on your own risk!

First I had to copy 160GB of data to my external harddrive, install windows, flash the bios, and then copy all the data back again. Freedos Usb The Win98 CD is a licenced CD but I don't remember seeing upgrade on it. On day two, I found this very helpful link; http://www.richud.com/wiki/BIOS_HP_Rompaq_FreeDOS_PXE_USB_Boot.

For example, you may have a BIOS.BIN and FLASHBIOS.BAT file you need to run in DOS.

That worked. I have one problem though, my usb stick is not mounted although it's sticked in all the time. did you do anything whatsoever to the computer before the problem started? Winpe Then restart the pc without the floppy or the cd in.

The pc's came from a business environment so either the CD or the floppy is the wrong one. what is the idea of just give the option of upgrade a bios just from a particular SO (W7... All your information was very helpful in that it showed me what to look for. Is the CD you have a copy of Win98 or the original?

For example Diskcopy, Doskey, Format, More, Sys, Edit, Chkdsk, Deltree, Extract, Fdisk, Attrib, Label, Mem, Scandisk, Scanreg, Smartdrv and Xcopy. All rights reserved. I tried to download from their website, but they only have an executable, I even tried to but the exe on FreeDOS and run it from there, but it said that It appears that this is where all the setup files are but I could not get anything to run from DOS.

n3vino, Jan 24, 2005 #8 n3vino Thread Starter Joined: Jan 22, 2005 Messages: 29 I found this on the web. Google just disclosed a major Windows bug - and Microsoft isn't happy [Security] by andyross436. There is also an NT45p3 directory and in that directory there is a I368 directory. Argh, this is so frustrating. · actions · 2003-Oct-21 11:30 pm · FDiskO.O?join:2003-08-18Israel