how to flash your bios with dos using a usb stick:

Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by zfactor, May 3, 2008.

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  1. aprofromindia

    aprofromindia Newbie

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    The bootme file is probably deleted :)
     
  2. Pankas

    Pankas Newbie

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    Hello everyone,

    Any ideas how to flash bios with dead battery? I have clevo w870cu and when trying update bios i get ''No Battery'' error. I read in Dell you could use /forceit command, just wondering can it be applied to clevo computers. No one wants to brick they hard earned cash. Any advice would be much appreciated.
     
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    Patrck_744 posted the MF mirror here. Only the SP27608 works; However, you could easily find the mirror for bootme.zip with a quick google search.
     
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    Avid Gamer Notebook Evangelist

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    If anyone has working links for those files (or more modern files that make things simpler) it would be helpful to people trying to make boot-able flash drives to update BIOS. Looks like OP zfactor hasn't been active since 2011, so if someone has working files perhaps a board admin could update the original post with modern links when someone posts them.
     
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    core² Notebook Consultant

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    HP USB Tool

    Bootme Files

    (hope it's ok to redirect to those sites , if not i hereby apologize!
     
  6. Ajastor

    Ajastor Newbie

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    Another way to create a bootable USB drive is to use Rufus (I know, strange name for such a tool^^).
    Rufus - Create bootable USB drives the easy way

    IMO there is no other tool that simplifies the whole process like the way Rufus does it.
    No need to donwload Dos, Rufus has it allready integrated (MS-Dos and Free-Dos)
     
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    the files are not accessible
     
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    Ethrem Notebook Prophet

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    Rufus is the only tool I trust. Free DOS has never failed for flashing purposes.

    Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
     
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