Updating BIOS can be somewhat complicated procedure, so today we’re going to show you how to flash your BIOS on Windows 10.

Flashing your BIOS is an advanced procedure, and if you don’t perform it properly you can cause major damage to your PC.

BIOS is a crucial component of every PC that allows you to change your hardware settings without starting Windows.

Your BIOS has many features available, but some advanced users tend to update their BIOS in order to get access to new features.

If you aren’t an advanced user there’s no need to keep your BIOS updated, but if you have a hardware problem and the only way to fix it is to update BIOS, then you might have to update it.

To perform BIOS update successfully you need to be sure that the update process isn’t interrupted by power loss or unexpected shutdown.

You can see the model of your motherboard by using any hardware information tool such as Speccy or CPU-Z.

After finding the version of BIOS that you’re using, you need to download the new version from your motherboard manufacturer’s website.Its not so strange, since you always should try to avoid flash/update BIOS from Windows environment.Our software that comes along with the BIOS, when you download from our homepage, needs to be execute from ”DOS” and not Windows. This is relatively simple and in order to do that you need to move the downloaded BIOS update to a USB flash drive.Before moving the update to the USB drive, be sure that there aren’t any other files available on the drive.Go to Support or Download section and select your motherboard model.