In this post, we will learn How to Check BIOS Version. For many years, the BIOS has been responsible for managing the computer’s hardware. For example, boot the computer from a particular device. Since 2005, the UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) standard has been created and tested. It already has a straightforward graphical interface and easily bypasses the limitations that were previously in a simple BIOS. The new BIOS standard has already begun to be introduced in 2010, and many users do not know what they have. Many users also need to know the version of the BIOS and the motherboard for flashing new updates. For this reason, I will analyze three points at once: How to check BIOS version, UEFI, and Motherboard.
How to find out your motherboard model?
Run Command Prompt and enter the command wmic baseboard get manufacturer, product. You will be given your motherboard model.
How to Check BIOS version?
Method 1. Press the F2 or Delete button while turning on the computer. These are popular login buttons from various motherboard manufacturers. Next, go to the BIOS settings and look for information about the motherboard and the UEFI or BIOS version. In my case, Asrock, motherboard model H61M-VG4, UEFI version P1.40.
Method 2. Open a command prompt as administrator and enter wmic bios get smbiosbiosversion. We will see the exact version of BIOS. In my case, it is F4a.
Method 3. In this way, we can view more information about the computer itself in graphical form. Open a command prompt as admin and write msinfo32.
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