Then swap your original drive back to use your 64-Bit Windows. Later, I upgraded to Windows 7 64 bit and I have no problems at all.
How have you installed 64bit Windows 7 on a Dell Inspiron 1501?
Johnny, bios updates for Assus are extremely simple as long as you follow them in suggestion.
You can also use the menu at the top to navigate through the site!
We have bios update information about all major BIOS manufacturers: Award BIOS, Phoenix BIOS and AMI (American Megatrends) BIOS!
Dell only provides the Windows BIOS flash utility and when I try to run that I get the Error Code: 1275 which I've narrowed down to being an issue with 32 vs. I've tried using my USB DOS boot drive but the BIOS utility complains that it will not run in DOS.
I'm running the flash utility as an administrator and I've tried all of the compatibility settings.
Re-install any Dell supported 32-Bit version of Windows only, no other software required.
Then install the Windows-only BIOS Flash upgrade and upgrade the BIOS. While it had Windows Vista I upgraded to the latest BIOS update.I would caustion you very strongly to back up your existing bios and have it readily available if you have to reflash your bios in case the mobo bricks!In the next post I will suggest a tried procedure on how to sync up your Iphone. Since you have a working version of Itunes x64 v9.02 working with your music and videos etc. Since you either have had /not been able to sync your iphone you have 2 possible culprits causing this issue, and its an easy fix.BIOS, the basic input/output system, is a piece of software built into the PC motherboard, which gets executed at bootup.The BIOS initializes the hardware and then starts the operating system. Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI), the successor of BIOS, resolves many PC BIOS limitations and is rapidly becoming more widely used.Does anyone have any suggestions on what I can try to update the BIOS on this machine?