Updating asus eee pc

Of course it could be due to the fact that I chose the smallest possible partition size of just 8mb, but I doubt it. I don't want to end up with a dead device after all. Yes, I have read the wiki, however there are no method described that I'm comfortable with.

Of course I've been reading up on alternative methods of flashing the bios, but either they are extremely complicated or there are other reasons that I'm not ready to give them a try. (suppose I'll have to eventually though)And thanks for the quick reply. I don't want to end up with a dead device after all.

Fortunately, most eee PC users have a 8GB OS drive and another drive for files.

The end installation will leave you with around 1GB of free space on the OS SSD.

For example the ability to turn off the Bluetooth and Wi Fi radios from within windows.

I want to upgrade my little daughter's eee PC, because Firefox is very outdated.

Is there a feature that one of the BIOS updates offers that you expect to rely on? If you still feel that you should update your BIOS, generally there are a few ways of going about it.

Sometimes there's a windows installer and you just run an executable that does the trick.Last time I flashed a BIOS was on a Pentium 4 with a CD, looks like in your case you're going to have to deal with the command prompt in free DOS running off the UBCD (plus if you run it off a USB key, you may be able to store the BIOS rom on the same pen drive to flash the BIOS).This is a brief guide as to how to install Windows 7 on your Asus Eee netbook. SLanguage=en-us Search for Eee Family, Eee PC, 1005HA and download the following to an external media such as a USB stick. The laptop currently has Windows 7 Starter installed.The short answer is if it isn't broke, don't fix it.So running compact is not neccesary if you do not want to.

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