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So I downloaded the most recent and tried to use the F7 option at boot time to upgrade the BIOS.What this means is that the initial BIOS display at boot time includes an F7 option in addition to F2 to enter BIOS configuration and F10 to enter the Boot options menu.I pressed F7 and selected the BIOS file that I had placed on a FAT formatted USB stick.That failed and the system just locked up when I tried that.Some additional searching with Google and in particular on the Intel website provided me with a bit more information.
We can decode most of the fields in this version number by assuming that the dots are field separators.The -t option specifies the type information to be displayed, in this case, type 0 is for BIOS information.# dmidecode -t 0 # dmidecode 3.0 Getting SMBIOS data from sysfs. Handle 0x0000, DMI type 0, 24 bytes BIOS Information Vendor: Intel Corp.So I need to approach BIOS upgrades a bit differently.This all started one day recently when I decided to upgrade two of my older Linux systems.
I purchased them several years ago from the local Intrex computer store with Intel DH61BE motherboard that supports third-generation Core i3, i5, and i7 processors in the LGA1155 package at up to 3.5GHz.