There is no way to undo this action.* Copied the EXE file onto the USB stick.* Booted into the BIOS to update the boot drive order such that the USB CD/DVD drive was ahead of the internal SSD storage and the USB stick drive.
Every BIOS is different so you may need to get its attention during boot with an Esc key, Del key, F1 key, etc.* Re-booted (F10 using my BIOS) into the Windows installation CD.* Hit enter when I saw "Press any key to boot ...".* Eventually, I saw the typical Windows 7 installation box with a prompt to keep/adjust my language, time and currency, and keyboard / input method.
Recently I was after an Intel-based compact PC that could operate as a Myth TV front-end, was capable of running Kodi (open source theater system), and could also be occasionally re-purposed as a hypervisor for my home lab.I picked up a GIGABYTE BRIX based on a quad-core N3150 processor, and re-purposed spare RAM and hard drives, for a simple and effective solution. Handle 0x0000, DMI type 0, 24 bytes BIOS Information Vendor: American Megatrends Inc.Yet using Wine I could not execute the file to FLASH System BIOS. I would highly recommend not flashing a BIOS with an using Wine.Flashing a BIOS can potentially turn your computer into a large paperweight if something goes wrong. You may find that a newer BIOS will not really add any better performance to our exisiting and running system.
You can do it directly in the BIOS setup menu if you put the update file on a FAT formatted USB drive.
Nvidea does not make a different linux driver for every different card, so the name would not be the same.
I suppose I'm lucky in that for more than 10 years my primary work environment has been Linux-based, yet all too often I've been forced to dig out a DOS or Windows image because I need to patch some BIOS device firmware.
They usually provide BIOS ROM updates, required utilities and detailed instructions.
Linux can only help you to write data to flash drive or something like that, you don't need to be an expert in Linux to do that.
An XP or Vista installation CD/DVD might work just as well.