ROM" no matter what FS-type, partition-size, USB-stick and USB-port you use, there is another method to flash the BIOS.
Downloading random EXE-files from the internet is definitely not ideal when updating firmware, but it has been tested on the models mentioned below and confirmed to work. Eee PC 1015PEM: Updated successfully to 0901 using Free DOS 1.0, but using BUPDATER 1.16 instead of AFUDOS.
The bios zip file is also without the model number for this model. It did not work with a 16GB stick even with only a 16 MB FAT 16 partition on it!
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.
You might be able to get the information by entering the serial number of the PC on a Web site, but when it comes to flashing your BIOS you need to be 100 percent accurate and the information on the Web site could be incorrect.I've recently decided that I want to try and utilize my two graphics cards so that I can have a dual monitor setup.Unfortunately Windows only seems to notice my most recent graphics card installation - and so I've been told that I should look into my BIOS and try to enable two graphics cards.I suppose the most direct and easiest way is just to update from the Internet.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 .For the purposes of this article I am going to assume that you understand the risks of flashing your BIOS and have a good reason for upgrading your existing BIOS.