Msi updating bios file not found
Download live Live Update from the Utility tab, and then install it. Double click Live Update Icon in your desktop, and run a scan to view you system information.
So I was going to update my bios, I put the bios file in the FAT32 usb hardrive and went into the bios, I enabled BIOS boot function and clicked on "select one file to boot" when suddenly I got an error saying "The SETUP Data Map is different between system BIOS and boot BIOS.
Press Window Key R to access the “RUN” command window.
Then type “msinfo32” to bring up your computer’s System Information log.
This means that it could be damaged irreparably if done incorrectly.
This includes abrupt power loss – whether through a surge / interruption or user action – and also includes using the incorrect BIOS version.
This time in red text I got the message "Updating BIOS..............not found" I have verified that the file that I had clicked on to start this entire process was in fact on the drive. All was working fine previous to this, and at this point, it should have the necessary file to finish the update and provide me with a working BIOS.
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If you don't use a sitemap, It will be efficent to give link this sitemap page from your homepage.For this guide, we’re primarily showing the MSI Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon, but we do briefly have some shots of the Tomahawk Z270 board.This guide applies retroactively to Z170 motherboards, and even most Z97 motherboards.I booted to Windows and clicked the utility, after the first steps completed, the system rebooted.When trying to boot up again I got the message "BIOS is not finished updating please insert the file and reboot." I am guessing that with the reboot, the phone reset and wasn't defaulting to USB drive and set to "charge only". After making it bootable and placing the same file I had begun using previously, I rebooted the system.