How to Install a Dell Optiplex Gx270 BIOS


The Dell Optiplex Gx270 is a desktop computer based on the Pentium 4 processor architecture. The computer was first released to the market in 2004. Over the years the developers at Dell have released fixes to a few compatibility issues and bugs in the basic input and output system (BIOS). Upgrading your Optiplex Gx270 to the latest BIOS is recommended to maintain system stability and compatibility with various hardware components. Upgrading the BIOS is a fairly simple process that can be performed safely provided a few precautions are taken.

Things You'll Need

  • Dell Optiplex Gx270 Desktop Computer
  • Dell Update BIOS Executable (see Resources)
  • Turn on the computer to load the Windows Operating System.

  • Run the Dell Update BIOS Executable by clicking on its icon. This icon can be found in the folder you downloaded the BIOS update to. The Dell BIOS Flash utility program loads.

  • Press the "Continue" button to proceed. A message appears stating "Pressing OK will close all applications, shut down Windows, flash the BIOS, then reboot."

  • Press the "OK" button to commence with the BIOS flash. Windows shuts down and the Flash utility updates the BIOS. The computer restarts and the BIOS is updated.

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