After the flashtool has successfully updated your BIOS, it normally should display a short message like "100% OK, please restart the PC", but we still have to do some things before restarting the PC: Everything ok? Commands: /O = Save current ROM image to file /U = Display ROM File's ROMID /S = Refer to Options: /S /D = Verification test of given ROM File without flashing BIOS. /E = Program Embedded Controller Block /ME = Program ME Entire Firmware Block. /A = Oem Activation file /OAD = Delete Oem Activation key /CLNEVNLOG = Clear Event Log. /cc = clear CMOS after Programming /cd = clear DMI after Programming /cp = clear PNP(ESCD) after Programming /py = program Flash Memory /pn = don't program Flash Memory /sy = save the old BIOS to: "OLDBIOS. The last line shows an example command how to start an (AMI-)BIOS-Update: Restart & Pray! You should only use the version that the manufacturer provides on the download page to your mainboard model! /ECUF = Update EC BIOS when newer version is detected.
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