I've recently decided that I want to try and utilize my two graphics cards so that I can have a dual monitor setup.Unfortunately Windows only seems to notice my most recent graphics card installation - and so I've been told that I should look into my BIOS and try to enable two graphics cards.However I am having difficulty figuring out how to install it.I've tried using the Asus EZFlash feature built into my BIOS, but when trying to load up a variety of different ROMs that are for my motherboard/BIOS I get the error: I'm not totally sure what I should do to fix this, so I'm looking into other methods of upgrading my BIOS - however I can't really find any solutions that seem to work. ROM file on an NTFS partition, it won't be able to correctly read from it.The simplest way to update a BIOS is via USB, and today in the Ge Force Garage we'll show you how. To update your BIOS, first check your currently installed BIOS version.It’s easy to determine your currently installed BIOS.
Here's everything you need to know about how to update a PC BIOS, whether traditional or the newer UEFI standard.I suppose the most direct and easiest way is just to update from the Internet.So if I'm using Asus's EZ Flash utility will I have to unzip the bios file on my USB and make sure only the unzipped bios file is on the usb? Yeah I'm planning on using EZ Flash instead of AI Suite because AI Suite is glitchy so I'm not going to install it when my replacement board comes in. Based on my personal experience, it doesn't matter what else is on the drive - just as long as the file is there that the BIOS flashing utility will be searching for.(Note: BIOS file and boot files should fit on a floppy disk. "afudos /ip4c800b.rom" is the command that will install it. Your monitor will display the update's progress with a series of messages: "Reading file," then "Erasing flash," then "Writing flash." The "writing flash" message will be followed with a percentage counter that tells you how far the write has proceeded.If the BIOS file is too large to fit with boot files, consider using the EZ Flash method described below.)Insert the motherboard support CD into optical drive. The final message will be "Verifying flash." DO NOT switch off or reboot at any point in this process or you will ruin your motherboard.