Just ensure when doing so you uncheck the boot block option in settings in Flash Menu. If you want to do it under "Dos" and you have no floppy then usb is probably the way to go.
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If it can handle a Xeon, it can do anything The unofficial bios previously helped me with DC E6300.
And, from what I read here & elsewhere, many other users with E5400 and similar "new" CPUs.
It will now ask you if you want to back up your current BIOS. Just unplug the power source and set the CMOS jumper to the clear position.
Type "Y" for yes and it will begin the write process. DO NOT REMOVE THE FLOPPY DISK, TURN OFF THE COMPUTER OR RESTART THE COMPUTER WHEN THE WRITE BEGINS UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE. After restarting, go into your BIOS and set everything to BIOS defaults or Optimized defaults, save and reboot (You could also just reset your CMOS jumper..is the most recommended method.