Zenith Data Systems Zenith Notebook 433Lnp+ Free Driver Download
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Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows NT3.51, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 3.1
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Bios version 4.3F. To check which version you have, enter the BIOS setup. (Press Fn and F5, setup)
Press enter at "Advanced configuration" and choose Boot Option "Enter Monitor MFM300", exit BIOS setup and boot.
In monitor mode, choose option 5, "BIOS update". Your version number is stated here. Probably you can update your bios from here, after having unzipped the zip-file, and also autoextracted the resulting *.EXE file on a disk first.
You may also run the BIOS update from the disk. (Probably fupdate.exe with parameters, long ago since I updated my computer, don't remember the details... -) ) To get out of the monitor mode, choose the option "boot command" and choose your harddrive or floppy. Boot. Get back to your BIOS setup and choose to boot normally via the menus that I desc
Thomas Henden (DG Member) on 7/18/2001
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