You can download the Gigabyte @BIOS utility from Site/121/tech_a_
The whole BIOS updating procedure should be treated with extreme caution.
To open the file simple double-click on it, inside you’ll find three files (GIGABYTE also bundles some small, useful files to help you update your BIOS in a DOS environment, but we’ll leave that for another day).
The one file we need is named the same as your motherboard, followed by a dot and the BIOS version.
The motherboard manufacturers often provide you with these tools that can make the task very easy.
Gigabyte also provides many tools for their motherboards.
Please contact your supplier or our distributors/resellers for further remedy in case system crashes unfortunately because of BIOS flash failure.
Because BIOS flashing is potentially risky, if you do not encounter problems using the current version of BIOS, it is recommended that you not flash the BIOS. Inadequate BIOS flashing may result in system malfunction.
- Support next generation CPU This BIOS prohibits updating to earlier version BIOS Q-Flash: - A BIOS flash utility embedded in Flash ROM. - Caution: Make sure you have a functional floppy disk with the correct BIOS version for your motherboard. - Features: @BIOS helps you search for, download, and then update the latest BIOS in Windows operating system. In addition to that, this task should be performed by someone who has the knowledge to successfully complete the installation; regular users may fulfill it at their own risk.If you do not encounter any system instability or bugs with the current BIOS version, we suggest that you keep it.If you determine to flash BIOS, you are taking a personal risk of BIOS flash failure.They say that nothing can go wrong if you download the BIOS that you need, the latest version or any other version of your very own choice, specifically the one for your mainboard model (make sure you get it right and even check for revision variants), put it on a diskette (if you still own a diskette drive) or any other removable drive, boot into MS-DOS and then perform the actions within this safe environment, using old, but prestigious BIOS flashing utilities.If you are not one of these users, then you just might give @BIOS a chance and use it to do that clearly tedious job in a shorter period of time.While for more experienced users, power users and overclockers, this will be a simple and familiar task, this is a simple guide that less experienced users can refer to when updating their BIOS that is based on the user-friendly GIGABYTE Q Flash utility.