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FLASH / UPDATE BIOS ON GIGABYTE BAY TRAIL MOTHERBOARDS J1800 & J1900

Download the following files:

HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool
Win98boot
BIOS file for your motherboard

Pick your model from the list
Click on the tab “Support & Downloads”
Set “Download Type” to BIOS
Download BIOS file.

Preparing the USB

How To

CREATE BOOTABLE USB FLASH DRIVE

You need two files:
HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool
Win98boot

  1. Run hpusb.exe to install the utility.
  2. Plug in you USB flash drive to your computer. (Please note that all current files will be deleted, so use an empty key)
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HOW TO UPDATE YOUR BIOS USING Q-FLASH PLUS ON X99 MOTHERBOARDS

How to update your BIOS using Q-Flash Plus on X99 motherboards

  1. Download the latest BIOS from GIGABYTE’s website.
    To download the latest BIOS for your motherboard go to gigabyte.com and enter the model of your motherboard in the search field