In spite of all the precautions and safety measures still the bios update has failed- whether it is due to unexpected incompatibility issues or an unfortunate blackout.Now the important thing is what to do- If still the functions are running then don’t turn off your PC. Close the flash updating tools & restart the update process again to see if it is working.Like most things, a strong foundation is key to the efficiency of any system and updating your motherboard’s basic input/output system (BIOS) can do everything from adding new features and functions, support for new CPUs, squashing bugs, refreshing a corrupted UEFI environment, and much more.The simplest way to update a BIOS is via USB, and today in the Ge Force Garage we'll show you how. To update your BIOS, first check your currently installed BIOS version.For Every Bios update first you should have to know about the list of changes & bugfixes on com.
Restart your computer and press or hold down the appropriate key to enter your system BIOS. However it may be F2 or F8 on some laptops and desktop systems.
Upon restart, enter the BIOS again using the method above.
Use the boards UEFI interface to navigate to the board’s BIOS update section usually dubbed “EZ-Flash,” “M-Flash” or the like.
If some of the changes that have been made in update solve some of your issues that are creating problems with loud fans.
The latest bios corrects the temperature threshold where the fans kick. Its nice to have an spare copy of all the important data & files from your system before you start.
Some of time it will done automatically as the part of an update process.