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MSDOS Boot CD For BIOS Update

Last response: in Windows XP
August 8, 2013 5:21:56 PM

So, I'm trying to make an MSDOS 6.0 ( Boot CD (an actually CD, not a floppy disk) to use for a BIOS update ( to attempt solving some processor incompatibilities. I set my BIOS to boot from CD as first priority, all good, starts up, I'm in the DOS environment. Problem is, when I try to access the files from the update, which I need in order TO update, I can't find them. The update requires me to run RUNME.bat to start the update, but none of the available drives, which for that one is only A: which contains some twenty files that I believe have no relation to the ISO or BIOS files, show the files I need. I need a way to access those files from within the DOS environment. Any suggestions on how I would go about this would be much appreciated.

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August 8, 2013 5:43:00 PM

ur6beersaway said:
Never update bios thru windows.
Thi ; start at #8 if you are confident about your download

I don't think you're understanding, this guide is telling me what I already know and what is not working, I am not trying to update the BIOS through Windows, I am trying to update them through an MSDOS environment.
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