To update the BIOS firmware to become more compatible with a newer operating system, the BIOS firmware must be updated. Chipsets are then flash upgraded. If upgradation is successful, the BIOS will load on bootup again. However, if the motherboard is not flashed before an update or the BIOS has not been released for a new operating system (Eg: Windows 10) the update will not work. Windows 10 is also incompatible with first version BIOS versions prior to v2.61 and any non-Intel chipsets. Hint, flashing a prior BIOS will void your warranty.
So if you have followed the steps on the website, you should be able to click Refresh or restart to automatically upgrade your device drivers in a flash. Restarting your device refreshes the data from the BIOS and thus calls for the drivers to be updated again.
To check your system bios and flash version information, please click on 'Restart' at the bottom right corner of your PC. When you do, your information will be retrieved to the order page. If there are no errors, simply click 'Restart' once again to refresh the page and proceed to the next step. 7211a4ac4a