Re: Flashing bios
if the flash is strictly for trying to get some overclock features in your bios forget it, IIRC only the high end Intel motherboards allow overclocking, if everything else is fine, I'd just leave that board alone and try to find one that does overclock if it's that important to you...
if you have decided you absolutely must flash the bios use a flashdrive and make it bootable, using a flashdrive is probably the second most reliable way to flash your bios besides floppy, but who has a floppy drive anymore...? I know I don't, anyway, imo when flashing your bios you want as few "middle men" as possible, examples are windows, an internet connection, etc., just remember that you can brick your motherboard if the flash goes wrong...
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