Updating bios and raid
The below command invokes the System Information tool in Windows and displays other informative information like the publisher and the released data.
If you are a Power Shell junky, then you can use it to gather the BIOS version information.
All of your existing microcode will remain untouched and won't be updated or removed.
This method may not work if you're trying to update the microcode for a processor that's already supported by your BIOS (you should use method 1 instead).
This action will display the BIOS version just under the wording “SMBIOSBIOSVersion.” For instance, my BIOS version is “A12.”Alternatively, you can also use the following command to retrieve the BIOS version information.
This is necessary to stop cbrom from overwriting this file with your old microcode. Read this First, try one of the smaller, alternate microcode files mentioned earlier.
The following command will delete all of the original microcode and replace it with the new microcode (which is in ncpucode.bin). If that doesn't help, you probably have a BIOS that doesn't support the method of updating the microcodes, and you'll need to use the 2nd method instead.
BIOS, or technically known as Basic Input and Output System, is one of the most important pieces of software in your computer.
It resides in the motherboard and manages all the connections between your hardware devices like processor, hard drives, graphic card(s), etc.
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Along with the regular BIOS version information, you will also see other information like the manufacturer, product serial number, etc.