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Disclaimer: The following instructions are tested on some Eee PC models. (FAT32 formatted 8GB non-partitioned USB stick was used). Insert the USB stick and the BIOS update proceeds automatically. ROM to a FAT32-formatted 1G (no need to create neither FAT32-type nor 16MB-sized partition) noname USB-stick. ROM", since the 1006 revision of the BIOS for the "900 Linux" model is shipped with a filename of "900-ASUS-1006. I used succesfully a freedos live usb ( with bios .

Also did not work Finally, I accessed the command promp (adm privileges) and tried to run the firmware updater directly. It is indeed installed on the computer when I check but not showing in the bios. I did try to click on that link but it was no longer there. This is just for that USB vulnerability if I am correct. Use "exit " command on Windows Administrator Command to close that windows. Restart and enter BIOS by hit DEL or F2 checking your first page BIOS you must see on ME Firmware line that must be show like this buddy. Install Intel Management Engine Interface 11.7.0.1057 driver that ASUS Provied on Chipset Menu download link.Issue: very slow at displaying messages when pressing several times / several buttons in a short amount of time.Support: killall ubuntuone-login ubuntuone-preferences ubuntuone-syncdaemon rm -rf ~/.local/share/ubuntuone rm -rf ~/.cache/ubuntuone rm -rf ~/.config/ubuntuone rm -rf ~/Ubuntu\ One/ # unless you've valuable data here, be careful!Dec 2014 If you are attempting to update the BIOS using the built in BIOS flasher and the process seems stuck on "Reading file MODEL.ROM" no matter what FS-type, partition-size, USB-stick and USB-port you use, there is another method to flash the BIOS.

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