I have A VIA Technologies KT880-9237. Currently I have Phoenix Technologies, LTD 6.00 PG, bios installed. I have been looking everywhere for an updated.GGN
Your problem has absolutely nothing to do with the bios !
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Supply all the info you can come up with, including the make and model of the brand name system, or if you have a generic desktop system the make and model of your mboard.
The model, sometimes the make, of a mboard in a generic desktop system is usually printed on the mboard's surface in obvious larger characters, often between the slots.
Crack de wilcom 2006 para windows 7. If your mboard has SATA support - has SATA data headers -the bios already supports recognizing SATA drives.
However, if you have an older mboard that only recognizes the original SATA specs, recent and new SATA II or SATA III drives may NOT be recognized unless you install a jumper on two pins on the drive to limit it to the original SATA specs, 150mbytes/sec max burst data transfer rate.
Some models have the pins for that,some don't.
Flashing the bios is NOT a fix-all !
It's the riskiest thing you can do with a computer !
It makes absolutely no sense at all to flash your bios if your computer worked fine AT ANY TIME with the same bios version and cpu previously.
If the release notes for the bios versions that are newer than the mboard presently has do not mention a problem that is fixed by flashing the bios that is definitely your case, it's extremely unlikely flashing the bios is going to solve your problem(s).
Usually a newer bios update includes all the previous fixes, unless there was a problem with something that was changed.
In most cases, the only legitimate reason for flashing the bios is if you want to install a cpu in the future that the mboard supports for sure that present bios version does not support recognizing.
Retail desktop mboard models generally have a CPU support list on the manufacturer's web site with the minimum bios version required stated on the same line as each cpu. There are even some web sites where you can look up the cpus for many mboard manufacturers retail models in one place that often show the minimum bios version required too - e.g.
If a brand name system has a retail or OEM mboard model that is on the mboard manufacturer's web site, that of course has a brand name system bios version, there's no certainty that the brand name system bios versions support the same cpus as the mboard manufacturer's versions
After you upgrade your computer to Windows 10, if your Phoenix BIOS / Motherboard Drivers are not working, you can fix the problem by updating the drivers. It is possible that your BIOS / Motherboard driver is not compatible with the newer version of Windows.
How to Update Device Drivers
There are two ways to update drivers.
Option 1 (Recommended): Update drivers automatically - Novice computer users can update drivers using trusted software in just a few mouse clicks. Automatic driver updates are fast, efficient and elimate all the guesswork. Your old drivers can even be backed up and restored in case any problems occur.
Option 2: Update drivers manually - Find the correct driver for your BIOS / Motherboard and operating system, then install it by following the step by step instructions below. You’ll need some computer skills to use this method.
Option 1: Update drivers automatically
The Driver Update Utility for Phoenix devices is intelligent software which automatically recognizes your computer’s operating system and BIOS / Motherboard model and finds the most up-to-date drivers for it. There is no risk of installing the wrong driver. The Driver Update Utility downloads and installs your drivers quickly and easily.
You can scan for driver updates automatically with the FREE version of the Driver Update Utility for Phoenix, and complete all necessary driver updates using the premium version.
Tech Tip: The Driver Update Utility for Phoenix will back up your current drivers for you. If you encounter any problems while updating your drivers, you can use this feature to restore your previous drivers and configuration settings.
Download the Driver Update Utility for Phoenix.
Double-click on the program to run it. It will then scan your computer and identify any problem drivers. You will see a results page similar to the one below:
Click the Update Driver button next to your driver. The correct version will be downloaded and installed automatically. Or, you can click the Update Drivers button at the bottom to automatically download and install the correct version of all the drivers that are missing or out-of-date on your system.
Option 2: Update drivers manually
To find the latest driver, including Windows 10 drivers, choose from our list of most popular Phoenix BIOS / Motherboard downloads or search our driver archive for the driver that fits your specific BIOS / Motherboard model and your PC’s operating system.
Find Phoenix BIOS / Motherboard Device Drivers by Model Name or Number
If you cannot find the right driver for your device, you can request the driver. We will find it for you. Or, try the automatic option instead.
Tech Tip: If you are having trouble finding the right driver update, use the Phoenix BIOS / Motherboard Driver Update Utility. It is software which finds, downloads and istalls the correct driver for you - automatically.
Phoenix Technologies Ltd 6.00 Pg Bios Update
After downloading your driver update, you will need to install it. Driver updates come in a variety of file formats with different file extensions. For example, you may have downloaded an EXE, INF, ZIP, or SYS file. Each file type has a slighty different installation procedure to follow. Visit our Driver Support Page to watch helpful step-by-step videos on how to install drivers based on their file extension.
How to Install Drivers
After you have found the right driver, follow these simple instructions to install it.
Phoenix Technologies Ltd 6.00 Pg Bios Update
- Power off your device.
- Disconnect the device from your computer.
- Reconnect the device and power it on.
- Double click the driver download to extract it.
- If a language option is given, select your language.
- Follow the directions on the installation program screen.
- Reboot your computer.