Recent BIOS updates and overall system management sometimes feel this way when trying to do simple processes.Not trying to date myself but BIOS/Firmware updates have been around for decades now.There are several ways to do this but we will show you two ways here.
When I heard my system beep I then closed my MP-EMS session and started anew.
Shortly after the system booted I went into the MP-EMS and validated the firmware was no 8.41. Ever heard the saying “It really is a simple process we just make it complicated”?
When you power on your mobo (MP-EMS Power On ) use the v KVM screen to halt at the ‘boot menu’ or even go into setup and disable all the boot devices.
In this PIC, we can see my Firmware for the MP-EMS is 8.01 and the BIOS is blank as the Mobo is not powered on.
4 – Selecting the MP-EMS Firmware While the Mobo is booted and I’m in the boot menu, I went into the MP-EMS session and choose the following Update upload 5 – Installing the MP-EMS firmware update Once the file was uploaded I could see the Current and New versions.
I then choose Update button which promptly disconnected my v KVM session and Status changed from None to a % Completed. For my systems the % Complete seemed to hang a few times but the total process, for me, took about At 100% complete my system did an auto-reboot.
Please contact your supplier or our distributors/resellers for further remedy in case system crashes unfortunately because of BIOS flash failure.
Because BIOS flashing is potentially risky, if you do not encounter problems using the current version of BIOS, it is recommended that you not flash the BIOS. Inadequate BIOS flashing may result in system malfunction.
If you do not encounter any system instability or bugs with the current BIOS version, we suggest that you keep it.
If you determine to flash BIOS, you are taking a personal risk of BIOS flash failure.
Am I happy with with the way I have to update this Mobo? For the price I paid it’s really nice to have a headless environment that I can remotely update.