Updating graphics bios in linux


20-Oct-2017 13:48

If you are not comfortable in performing the steps indicated by your motherboard's manual, please contact your motherboard manufacturer or system assembler for assistance.

It is important to keep the components on your motherboard in good working order, not just for playing games but for general system performance.

When you plug in a new device to your Windows computer and you see the “Installing Driver” bubble pop up, Windows might be downloading a manufacturer-provided driver from Microsoft and installing it on your PC.

Microsoft doesn’t write these drivers on its own — it gets them from the manufacturers and provides them to you after vetting them.

Be sure to read your motherboard's manual thoroughly before attempting to flash your BIOS or update your motherboard's chipset drivers.lang=en-us While installing these drivers, you may be prompted to install the Nvidia Network Access Manager.We do not recommend installing that component because the Nvidia Network Access Manager has been known to cause issues with Steam.If hardware isn’t working on Windows, there’s usually a driver to make it work.

Unless you have an ancient device that only works with older versions of Windows, the manufacturer has done the work of making it work with Windows.

"Flashing" the BIOS is synonymous with updating the motherboard's BIOS to the latest version.