Updating bios cpu support
We highly recommend that you don't flash the modified BIOS unless you've verified the microcode was added correctly.
Six methods of updating an Intel® Desktop Board BIOS to the latest version are offered.
The number of options made available for any particular board varies depending on drive support and BIOS update file size. The disk method is used only when the BIOS update files are small enough to fit on a disk (smaller than 1.44 MB) and if the desktop board includes disk drive support.
We are not responsible if your system is damaged while attempting this.
The following microcode is only compatible with method 1 of this guide (it's in a combined NCPUCODE. This makes it easier to update all of your microcodes at once.
Identify your board To identify your Intel® Desktop Board, see Identify your board using the Intel® board ID tool.