Apparently they never learn and are instead busy adding features like DRM and UEFI to make our lives even more miserable.
However updating the BIOS on my Lenovo X230 laptop was surprisingly easy once I learned how to do that (kudos to a G+ post I stumbled upon).
- Force System Boot to First HDD when Boot Boster Enabled. - Remove 1024x768 due to SW not ready - Update EC FW to Fix that If you Plug/Remove AC fast and continual, XP may show AC Present but in fact not.
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- Change the defualt value of "boot booster" to "disable".
- Fix XP Freeze when Battery Capacity fall down to Critical Low.
- Fix EZ-Flash & ASUS Update can't Update EC Firmware.
When I flashed the new bios the system reset then suddenly went off , I had to hold the power key for 10 seconds but it booted ok.
They either require an old-fashioned operating system (Windows) or museum hardware (floppy drives) to update a BIOS.
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