Flash BIOS Protection
Common Options : Enabled, Disabled
The Flash BIOS Protection feature is a software toggle that controls write access to the BIOS. When it is enabled, the BIOS code is write-protected and cannot be changed. This protects it from any attempt to modify it, including BIOS updates and virus attacks. Therefore, if you intend to update the BIOS, you'll need to disable this feature first.
It is highly recommended that you enable this feature at all times. You should only disable it when you intend to update the BIOS. After updating the BIOS, you should immediately re-enable it to protect the BIOS against viruses.
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