Updating bios on vista

NTLDR cannot be used to boot into Windows Vista or 7 — to do that you must install the new BCD bootloader.Generally speaking, the only time you’d want to install this bootloader to the MBR is if/when you want to completely remove Windows Vista/7 from your system.Some cases where you might need to update the MBR and bootsector with Easy BCD: Please note: Using this page will overwrite any existing MBR!If you are using a 3rd party MBR like Grub or Darwin, don’t worry, Easy BCD can be used instead.

The Legacy Windows Bootloader, or NTLDR, is used to boot legacy versions of Windows.

None of these are fatal and Easy BCD takes extra precaution to protect your hard drive.

I have a Pavillion A6200NI am using Windows 7I would like to update my Bios (Phoenix Technologies LTD 5.20 10/3/2007) but not sure how. Any ideas on how I go about finding and updating my Bios?

There are many cases wherein the MBR and sometimes the bootsector are modified against your will, resulting in a system that doesn’t work the way you want it to.

In these cases, you’ll want to use Easy BCD’s bootloader installation components to update the MBR and bootsector to a compatible version, or else you’ll find yourself unable to view Easy BCD’s boot selection menu.

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Installation Instructions for the Universal (Windows/ DOS) format Download file to Desktop Use one of the methods below to flash the Bios. If necessary, click X in the upper right-hand corner of the Download Progress Window to close it upon completion.

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