i would leave alone unless your having problems with hardware or upgrading the processor hard drive etc as it can all go horribly wrong.however i would try the manufacturers website first before going elsewere for updates.
Best place to go is the manufacturer's site. Each upgrade should have a list of the problem's it addresses. If there is nothing changed for the better as far as your hardware is concerned, don't do it.
Hi Epirb406, I only know that when I e-mailed Mr. Bios in the USA (click here) for information I got a reply from biosupgrade.co.uk. Among other things they sell programmed BIOS chips. They also say that if your BIOS flash goes wrong they can reprogram the chip for you. The cost of a new BIOS chip was quoted as £39 last year. I think keeping their web address handy is an excellent insurance in case a flash upgrade using software downloaded from the motherboard manufacturer goes wrong.
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