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Question About Asus WinFlash Installed on G1S

Discussion in 'Asus' started by Undoing Ruin, Aug 1, 2007.

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  1. Undoing Ruin

    Undoing Ruin Notebook Geek

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    i was randomly going through my programs in order to determine if i should uninstall any, and i decided to get rid of a program entitled WinFlash because i didn't think i used it. anyway, is there any way i can find it and reinstall it without having to do a system restore or can i find it online to download?

    also, is it even worth to have? what exactly does it do? and is there any way to pick and choose what programs i can install using the restore disk the notebook came with? the box and all its cds and such are at my home and i'm in college at the moment with no way of getting it. and i know a lot of these answers are online, but i figured i would ask the great community here that has helped me a lot in the past.

    thanks in advance!
     
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    Undoing Ruin Notebook Geek

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    nevermind, i talked to a friend who said i can reinstall it using the support disc the notebook came with. so, i guess i'll just wait 'til i can get that to reinstall. but, regardless, what exactly is the purpose of winflash?
     
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    andyasselin Notebook Deity

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    It use to reflash the bios chip on you laptop

    bios stand for basic input out system

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BIOS

    you don,nt realy need install unless you go to reflash you bios chip plus if you do need am sure you can get copy from asus website
     
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