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The first instruction is to “” So, I dutifully went to the Asus support web site, downloaded “BIOS 207 (T100TAS)”, and extracted T100TASAS.207 from the resulting ZIP file.
The intention is to install the pre-release version of Ubuntu Linux (Utopic Unicorn, Version 14.10) since this is purported to have sufficient support for the T100 and its Bay Trail CPU.After some further research I figured that I should perhaps upgrade my BIOS, so I searched and managed to download the latest version (v1804) as a ROM file.However I am having difficulty figuring out how to install it.We have collected a list of current and old Award Flashers on our Awdflash download section. 5.00) should only be used with older Award BIOS Core versions (eg. Newer versions generally add new commandline options and support for different brands of Flash chips.In general, when you download a BIOS for your motherboard, the manufacturer will have included a matching Award Flasher version.Unfortunately Windows only seems to notice my most recent graphics card installation - and so I've been told that I should look into my BIOS and try to enable two graphics cards.I could not find this setting anywhere in my M2N68-AM Plus v0210 BIOS.A Windows based Award Win Flash also exists to flash your BIOS from Windows.AMI is the market leader known worldwide for its best-in-class BIOS and UEFI Firmware, used every day in all segments of the computing market in Server, Embedded, Tablet, Client and ARM products.However, when I ran Win Flash and entered T100TASAS.207 as the update file, I received the error message: “”.Clearly, my machine wants nothing to do with the “207” file, but what does it need?