After updating bios
Rufus formats your USB into a FAT32 file format by default, targeting UEFI or DOS system types.
It will create a bootable USB using MS-DOS or Free DOS depending on your preference.
Your current BIOS version will be listed under “BIOS Version/Date”.
Now you can download your motherboard’s latest BIOS update and update utility from the manufacturer’s website.
Nonetheless, you’re now armed with a slick and efficient way to update your BIOS using a simple USB stick.
Probably not, but in this article I’ll walk you through the process of determining whether or not there is an update for your BIOS or UEFI firmware and whether or not you need to install it.
You can also create one from an existing ISO image if you would prefer. This will take you to the Boot Selection where you can set a boot device.
Like most things, a strong foundation is key to the efficiency of any system and updating your motherboard’s basic input/output system (BIOS) can do everything from adding new features and functions, support for new CPUs, squashing bugs, refreshing a corrupted UEFI environment, and much more.Press Window Key R to access the “RUN” command window.Then type “msinfo32” to bring up your computer’s System Information log.Leave the stick plugged in to your computer and then restart the system.Upon restart, enter the BIOS again using the method above.