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Disclaimer: The following instructions are tested on some Eee PC models. (FAT32 formatted 8GB non-partitioned USB stick was used). Insert the USB stick and the BIOS update proceeds automatically. ROM to a FAT32-formatted 1G (no need to create neither FAT32-type nor 16MB-sized partition) noname USB-stick. ROM", since the 1006 revision of the BIOS for the "900 Linux" model is shipped with a filename of "900-ASUS-1006. I used succesfully a freedos live usb ( with bios .
The button to flash the BIOS is greyed out and not an option.
The easiest solution to this BIOS downgrade option is to launch ASUS Win Flash through Command Prompt.
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I went to update the BIOS on my ASUS N56VM laptop this morning as a new one was out and ran into some issues that I thought I would share in case someone else does and wants to know how to fix them.
As we all know, sometimes a BIOS update can conflict with your hardware, a setting or your operating system.
You can usually revert back to previous BIOS version or downgrade your ASUS BIOS if needed.
I also frequently had black screens after plugging in my USB devices.
That is a common problem of old BIOS versions and documented at
Das Bios sollte sich entpackt auf dem USB Stick befinden und wenn du dich hier auf EZ Flash2 beziehst, dann kann man das Tool entweder ber das Bios direkt anwhlen (was ich mache) oder beim booten ber ALT F2.