Updating bios cd
You also need to make sure you force a boot to the CD when your computer starts up.If the hardware works, there is often no need to flash the BIOS.Installing BIOS updates requires a floppy diskette drive (FDD), but a FDD was not originally bundled with your model.For many models, Toshiba has begun providing a Windows-based (NT/XP/2000) BIOS installer alongside the traditional diskette-installed BIOS package.If something goes wrong, this might cause permanent damage to your BIOS and you might lose your warranty.
If this is available for your motherboard, this utility may be the best option to use.
Flashing a BIOS typically serves the following functions: to fix specific bugs, to support newer hardware, or to fix a damaged BIOS.
Using Ubuntu Linux as our host OS, we will create a bootable floppy disk or CD using Free DOS as our OS of choice.
An ISO is an image of what the CD will be after burned.
The numbers and letters to the left of the names correspond to the main part of the part number of your motherobard. Once you download the file you will have to use a ISO burning program to burn it to a CD.
Proceed with caution and fully understand what you are doing before attempting the commands below!