Most of our newer systems will have these at this link - https://After you log in, you'll want to click on the order for your system under "My Quotes" (ask your rep if you're not sure which one to choose) and then click the "Pictures" button toward the top." So to start this article off with an unexpected answer, I'm going to say this: You don't! On top of that, updating the BIOS will typically clear all of the CMOS settings saved, and the updated BIOS won't be compatible with any saved profiles.
This is frustrating, as it hides what particular changes were made in a BIOS update.
The only way to know if a particular one will fix your issues would be to ask somebody in the know. General rule is, if you've got one of our motherboards, and you're running into an issue fixed by a BIOS update, we'll have heard of it. It's best if it's blank, but as long as you don't have a bunch of files on it, you should be fine.
Once you know your motherboard model, ASUS BIOSes can be found at ASUS’s support website. This can be accomplished by quickly pressing the F2 or Delete key as soon as the system turns on. This means do not disconnect the power and do not unplug the flash drive or you may destroy your motherboard. You’ve now successfully updated your ASUS motherboard.
Step 2Once you’ve downloaded the BIOS update, go ahead and extract the files to the root directory of a USB drive. Generally, you’ll see a splash screen with the ASUS logo and a message that says something to the effect of to get into BIOS or UEFI press [key]. Go ahead and click on it and a dialog window will appear asking if you want to “read this file” or something to the same effect. Step 6Once EZ Flash is done updating, it will prompt you to restart the system. If this process didn’t work, you may have a motherboard that’s either too old or too new. However, that’s OK because we can help you figure it out.
If you don’t know the model of your ASUS motherboard, check out our guide on how to find your motherboard model and UEFI BIOS version.
If your UEFI BIOS is already the latest, you do not need to re-update it.
As a result, motherboard BIOSes need to be flashed, or updated, once in a while for improved functionality and while the process was quite difficult and even dangerous in the past, motherboard makers have made the process a lot easier with plenty of checks to ensure that the risk of something going wrong is minimal.
Today we’ll be showing you how to update the UEFI BIOS on an ASUS motherboard.
You don't want to do it every time you run into an issue, because in most circumstances, it's not going to fix the problem. Finally, if you've got a system with any overclocked settings, those settings may not work with an updated BIOS.