biosagent.exe (187.4 KB)
What is the BIOS Agent ?
The BIOS Agent is a simple, easy to use program that will automatically identify your computers BIOS information. You'll quickly identify the BIOS Date, BIOS Type, BIOS ID String, Motherboard OEM data, Motherboard Chipset and Super I/O data. This information is very helpful in the event you need or want to upgrade the BIOS on your PC. What do I do with the results I get after running BIOS Agent?
The results you get back after running the BIOS Agent are exactly what you need in order to upgrade your computers BIOS, so Save these results!
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
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