Usually replacing the firmware BIOS motherboard there is no need - the device works fine, and serviceability devaysa risk for higher firmware version at least silly.


      However, the case that the motherboard comes on the market with the "raw" microcode ( manufacturers rush to beat the competition at the turn ), or problems with integrated devices, or it turns out that the mother refuses to work with some models of memory, or leave a new , more modern equipment ( for example, topped the list of supported CPU), etc. Then the new party mothers go on sale with the updated firware, and owners of older devices remains reflash BIOS. New firmware versions appear on the manufacturers' websites with a list of fixes and changes made ​​to the previous version . If the motherboard have any problems or deficiencies in its work, it is necessary to look at the manufacturer's website and explore lists these changes - perhaps the answer is found there.

     There are also craftsmen upgraded firmware versions that allow you to enable a particular feature, disabled by the manufacturer in the microcode for a budget model of the same chipset. If you need to replace the version of Firmware became apparent, get ready for the firmware, and we will help you.