Hi, sorry for a weird question, but I hope someone can answer this or explain why it does not work. Is it possible to update bios from Windows 7 setup -> repair -> Comand Prompt window? I know proper ways to do it and will have them available next week but let's say I have only USB drive with Live CD and a bootable Windows 7 setup. When I run flash.exe file from Command Prompt, it says specified file not found. DIR command shows the file, I can copy it to X: and C: drives and it's there but when I try to execute it, it is not found??! Other execytables run fine (for example regedit.exe), I even tried rename regedit.exe to regedit.old, then flash.exe to regedit.exe and then run it by regedit.exe command, no go, still displays file (regedit.exe) not found. Renamed regedit.old back to regedit.exe and it runs fine. Flash exe not. What can't go out of my mind is, why that ridiculous 'file not found message', any other message (dos is needed, is not win32 program, some internal error message etc.) is fine but why stupidly display not found message, when FILE IS THERE??? Any other way to execute DOS application from Windows Recovery / Command Prompt, without creating seperate DOS boot disk? Other option would be to add ms-dos boot image to usb disk but the problem is, winsetupfromusb (app that let's you create multiboot on one usb disk and add them later) don't run on Live CD because it is missing windows component that detects usb drive properties or something like that. Bios don't have build in flash tool. Update from Windows don't work (it needs rebooting pc but second before shutdown it displays error message and bios does not get updated). This is not the question how to update bios in proper ways (I know them very well) but rather is it possible to do when you have nothing else at hands?