Updating a bios in windows vista
Intel® Management Engine Driver (5M) for 3 Series Chipset-Based Desktop Boards This download installs version 22.214.171.1249 of the Intel® Management Engine (Intel® ME) driver for Intel® Desktop Boards.
Intel® PRO Network Driver for Windows 7* for Intel® Desktop Boards This download installs the Intel® PRO Network Connections LAN driver version 15.3 for Intel® Desktop Boards using Windows 7*, 32 and 64-bit.
If you built your own computer, you will either need to download a BIOS update program from your motherboard manufacturer or you will need to manually perform the flash, which normally entails using a USB stick and booting into DOS.
Note that the PC manufacturer remedies some of these problems for you.
It’s a myth that BIOS updates somehow make your computer faster or run better.
If not, then you should simply stick with your current BIOS because the new BIOS won’t make any difference and could actually cause more problems.
Unlike the operating system, the BIOS is low-level software that is stored on a chip on the motherboard of the computer.
You can click View details on Dell’s website to see this information.
As you can see, this update fixes some USB keyboard/mouse issue and upgrades e PSA to the latest version. Well, if you don’t have any keyboard or mouse issue and no other problem with your system, it’s probably not necessary.
For custom built PCs, you will need to visit the motherboard manufacturer website and download the drivers from there. It also gives you a description of what the update includes.