** ** ** FLASH Utility ** ** v3.10 Dec. 2003 ** ** Introduction: ============= This document shows you how to use the flash utility. Contents of the Subdirectory: ============================= FLASH.EXE The flash utility program file. FLASH.TXT This file. Usage: ====== The flash menu consists of four functions: 1. Select Boot ROM Type: Choose the flash ROM type of the one mounting on the board. 2. Load Image File: Loading the image file that you are going to write in. 3. FlashROM Enable/Disable: Select to enable or disable the FlashROM. 4. Write to Boot ROM: Excute to write image file to FlashROM. 5. Esc: Exit Exit this program. Command line options ==================== Usage: Flash [option] option: -? This help. -h This help. -t [flash_type] Specific model of the FlashROM to write. Show all FlashROM supported if not given flash_type. -p[#] filename Program Boot ROM with data in filename. # : ( 1 ~ 8 ) card number, could be ignored. -p file.img : Program file.img with first card -p3 file.img : Program file.img with 3th card. -v[#] filename Verify Boot ROM with data in filename. # : ( 1 ~ 8 ) card number, could be ignored. -v file.img : Verify file.img with first card. -v3 file.img : Verify file.img with 3th card. -f[#] filename Create a file by Boot ROM content. # : ( 1 ~ 8 ) card number, could be ignored. -f file.img : Create file.img with first card. -f3 file.img : Create file.img with 3th card. -c[#] filename Check Boot ROM image's device ID. # : ( 1 ~ 8 ) card number, could be ignored. -c file.img : Check device ID in file.img with first card. -c3 file.img : Check device ID in file.img with 3th card. -e[#] [0|16|32|64] Enable or disable Boot ROM. # : ( 1 ~ 8) card number, could be ignored. 0 to disable boot ROM. 16 to enable 16K EPROM. 32 to enable 32K EPROM. 64 to enable 64K EPROM or FlashROM. Please, reboot computer to enable Boot ROM. -bm[#] <19|18|BBS|RPL|NO> Enable boot up methods. # : ( 1 ~ 8 ) card number, could be ignored. bm 19 : PXE: Try network boot first, then local drives. bm 18 : PXE: Try local drives boot first, then network. bm BBS: PXE: Boot according to BIOS setting. bm RPL: RPL: Try network boot first, then local drives. bm NO : Local drives boot. Exit status: 0 Command execution success. 1 Command execution fail. Support EEPROM models: ====================== SST: SST29xE512, SST29xE512A, SST29xE010, SST29xE010A, SST29xE020, SST29xE020A, SST39xF512, SST39xF010, SST39xF020. Winbond: W29EE512, W29C010, W29C011, W29C020, W29C020C, W29C022, W39L020.Download Driver Pack
After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.
Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).
If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.
Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.
Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.
Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.
From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.
Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.
Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.
For more help, visit our Driver Support section for step-by-step videos on how to install drivers for every file type.