You should be able to update it the same way you'd update a normal BIOS. You can also try running the following command on each of the files that could be your BIOS: If cbrom displays information about your BIOS after running that command, it should be the correct BIOS file.How to fully reset your BIOSYou'll need to first extract it with an unzipping program like 7-Zip. If it hangs or gives you an error, try another file.
Not all computers will have the same BIOS manufacturer, let alone the same exact process, but they all share similar steps and precautions.
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The following command will delete all of the original microcode and replace it with the new microcode (which is in ncpucode.bin). If that doesn't help, you probably have a BIOS that doesn't support the method of updating the microcodes, and you'll need to use the 2nd method instead.
The following command will show you a list of all of the microcodes in your BIOS file: You should verify that the microcode for your processor's CPUID is present.
The following microcode is only compatible with method 1 of this guide (it's in a combined NCPUCODE. This makes it easier to update all of your microcodes at once.