Is there a more current BIOS For....

January 9, 2011 at 13:06:09
Specs: Windows Vista
Processor AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4800+, 2500 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 2 Logical Processor(s)
BIOS Version/Date Phoenix Technologies, LTD 5.03, 3/2/2007
SMBIOS Version 2.4

I am unable to google
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January 9, 2011 at 14:09:35
Unless you're having a problem or need to upgrade the bios, don't. Why do you want to upgrade?

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January 9, 2011 at 15:19:00
BIOS updates are provided by the motherboard manufacturer or if it's an OEM board (Dell, Gateway, HP, etc), you'll find the BIOS updates at their websites. You provided zero useful info about your system or motherboard. What do you think a BIOS update is going to do for you?

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January 9, 2011 at 16:50:52
A BIOS update should only be done when it addresses a specific problem you are having. It should not be done simply because there is a newer version available. A BIOS update always carries with some element of risk, even if you do everything right. There are many stories of failed updates on this forum and most do not have a happy ending.

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January 9, 2011 at 19:20:19
Yes The problem I am unable to log onto my acct World Of Warcarft Cataclysm
I have Upgraded my Video card to HD 4650, added 2MG ram Wiped my computer and reset to factory defaults

this is what i found an HP website:
File name:
sp37530.exe [1/1, 1.36M]
# System requirements: You must be logged on as an administrator to install this update.
# You must have a Microsoft Windows Vista operating system.
Released: 2008-08-04
Version: 5.27
Compatibility: Microsoft Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium (32-bit), Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic (32-bit), Microsoft Windows Vista Business (32-bit), Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate (32-bit), Microsoft Windows Vista Starter, Microsoft Windows Vista (64-bit), Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic (64-bit), Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium (64-bit), Microsoft Windows Vista Business (64-bit), Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate (64-bit)
# Fix/Enhancement: Resolves issue with systems with 4GB RAM not waking up from S3 mode.
# Updates AGESA code to version 2.08.15

So Far nothing has worked


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January 9, 2011 at 19:29:31
After 3 days of trying and failing this was my last mast from Blizzard.....


Computer hardware can appear to work properly at first, but during times of heavy processing there may be performance problems or lockups. Resources being shared often cause this. If you are not familiar with reconfiguring IRQs, DMA channels or Plug n' Play settings, we suggest you get some help from your local computer professional. The tips listed below are intended for experienced computer users that are willing to get into the "guts" of the computer.

Make sure that there are no conflicts or sharing of IRQs between your network, video or sound card, if possible. You can sometimes do this by manually assigning the resources for each device in the Device Manager, found inside the System Control Panel. You can open a list of IRQ assignments by double-clicking on the small Computer icon at the top of the Device Manager window.

If you are comfortable configuring the Plug n' Play BIOS for your motherboard, you can try to manually assign IRQs to each PCI slot (if the BIOS allows it). Set the BIOS to reset the configuration data, save your new BIOS settings and reboot the computer. Check the Device Manager again to see what IRQs your hardware is now using.

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