Acer BIOS Altos G310 Driver Download

3 Ratings

Supported Models

BIOS Altos G310 Driver



Supported Operating Systems

Not Applicable

File Name


099B (13-Apr-2006)

Uploader Notes

Altos G310

Altos G310 BIOS: 099B

Issues resolved

1. Resolve the issue of "Unexpected fan out of range" with Delta CPU fan.

2. Add CMOS setup item "Boot Settings Configuration\Max CPUID Value Limit" for Some OS's cannot handle a maxval > 3.

3. Fixed the CMOS setup menu "Advanced\Event Log Configuration\View Event Log\Event Time" shows wrong date.

4. Add CPU microcode.


1. Download the file to your HDD.

2. Create a bootable floppy.

3. Unzip and copy the following files to the bootable floppy.




4. Boot from the floppy.

5.At the DOS prompt type:


Reminder: The default optimal CMOS setting has SAT

Uploaded By

Manivannan (DG Staff Member) on 11-Nov-2006

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
Disk1/AFUDOS.EXE 36.1 KB 20 Feb 2004
Disk1/FLASH.BAT 33 bytes 30 Nov 2005
Disk1/QAIC099B.ROM 524.3 KB 30 Nov 2005
Disk1/ReleaseNote/BIOSReleaseNote-20051130.doc 108.5 KB 30 Nov 2005
Disk1/ReleaseNote/G310-FW version table-20051130.xls 16.9 KB 30 Nov 2005
Disk1/ReleaseNote/RelNote.txt 18.4 KB 30 Nov 2005

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  2. Select the Driver tab.

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