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Dell Inspiron 910 System BIOS, A05

Inspiron 910 System BIOS (Dos Version)

Version

  • Version A05, A05

Compatibility

Systems
Operating Systems
  • BIOS

Applies to

Inspiron 910 System BIOS;

Date

Release date
19 Apr 2009
Last Updated
03 Nov 2011

Importance

Recommended. Dell recommends applying this update during your next scheduled update cycle. The update contains feature enhancements or changes that will help keep your system software current and compatible with other system modules (firmware, BIOS, drivers and software).

Available formats

File Format:Non-Packaged
File Name:QHA05DOS.exe
Download Type:HTTP
File Size: 1MB
Format DescriptionThis file format consists of a BIOS-executable file. To use it, download the file and copy it to a DOS-bootable USB flash drive, then boot the system to the USB flash drive and run the program.
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Fixes & Enhancements

Fixed:
1."Press F12 key" highlight but not into boot menu while the POST
progress arrives to about 90%.
2."rpcnetp.exe" is running when set Computrace as Disabled on Setup.
3.If set USB Storage as 1st boot device, system with usb device (not
bootable) can't boot to HDD.

Installation instructions





Important Information


  • The Floppy Format is recommended for most users. Floppy format creates a bootable self-extracting disk.

  • The Non-packaged Format is intended for advanced users that only require the bootable disk.




Installation Instructions

Floppy Format

Creating the disk:

This procedure requires one blank, formatted 3.5-inch floppy disk. Label the disk BIOS.


  1. Click Download now from the Download and install section, to begin.
    The File Download window appears.

  2. Click Save this program to disk.


  3. In the Save in: section, click the down arrow and click to select Desktop as the location then click Save.


  4. When the file download is complete, click Close button.
    Close all open windows.


  5. Double-click the down loaded file QHA05DOS.exe on your Desktop.
    If the Security Warning window appears, click Yes.


  6. Click the Setup button.
    A black MS-DOS window appears.


  7. Press the key.


  8. Insert a formatted floppy disk in the floppy disk drive and press the key.


  9. Press the key to begin copying files.
    The message End of the disk set appears.


  10. Press the key.


  11. Click the Start button,


  12. Click the Run button.


  13. Type a: in
    the Open box and click OK.
    A list of files on the floppy disk appears.


  14. Close all open windows and leave the disk in the floppy drive.

    Skip to the section Flashing the BIOS below.



If you are creating this disk on another computer, remove the disk. Then insert it into the system that needs the BIOS flashed, and resume the procedure.




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Non-Packaged Format





Creating the disk:

This procedure requires one blank, formatted 3.5-inch floppy disk. Label the disk BIOS.




  1. Click Download now from the Download and install section, to begin.
    The File Download window appears.

  2. Click Save this program to disk.


  3. In the Save in: section, click the down arrow and click to select Desktop as the location then click Save.


  4. When the file download is complete, click Close button.
    Close all open windows.



  5. Insert a blank, bootable, formatted 3.5-inch floppy disk.


  6. Right-click the downloaded file, point to Send Tothen click to select 3 1/2 Floppy (a), and skip to the section Flashing the BIOS
    below.






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Flashing the BIOS


NOTICE:


Changing the system BIOS may result in unintended side affects, such as
incompatibility of the new BIOS with installed hardware. If problems arise
after a BIOS change, it may be necessary to return the system to the
original version of the BIOS.




  1. If you are flashing the BIOS on a portable computer, be sure that
    the AC adapter is plugged in and the computer is not operating on battery
    power.

  2. Ensure that the Flash BIOS disk is inserted into the floppy disk
    drive.

  3. Click the Start button, click Shut Down, click
    Restart, then click OK.

  4. The computer will restart
    and boot to the floppy disk.

NOTE:

If the flash BIOS program does not
start, a

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