How Update Bios if its not allowed: cd - usb hdd - 2 hdd?

Hi i need to update bios but when i choose the option "Start easy flash" on bios it says that didnt support cd rom, usb hdd or secondary hdd.

How can i update bios without this 3 options?
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  1. b22222c said:
    Hi i need to update bios but when i choose the option "Start easy flash" on bios it says that didnt support cd rom, usb hdd or secondary hdd.

    How can i update bios without this 3 options?


    You update the BIOS by following the exact steps outlined.
  2. What steps?
  3. b22222c said:
    What steps?


    The manufacturer website almost certainly has the steps outlined somewhere. Find that, and do exactly what it says.
  4. Thats why i am asking because i cant find more information. And if it says that those 3 methods arent allowed i dont know how to update the bios
  5. b22222c said:
    Thats why i am asking because i cant find more information. And if it says that those 3 methods arent allowed i dont know how to update the bios


    Seeing as you've not let us know what motherboard it is, that makes giving any specific information rather difficult.
  6. My hard drive is new so i dont have operating system yet and thats why i want to update bios because the last version of bios solve an issue that right now installation of an operation system freeze and dont let me install...

    Your link is to update bios from windows, but i dont have an operation system on my hard drive
  7. b22222c said:
    My hard drive is new so i dont have operating system yet and thats why i want to update bios because the last version of bios solve an issue that right now installation of an operation system freeze and dont let me install...

    Your link is to update bios from windows, but i dont have an operation system on my hard drive


    Well...that info might have been helpful upfront.
  8. Here you can see the screenshot of my bios

    http://img836.imageshack.us/img836/7632/mkpv.jpg
  9. b22222c said:
    Here you can see the screenshot of my bios

    http://img836.imageshack.us/img836/7632/mkpv.jpg


    I would try a USB flash drive instead of a USB HDD
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