Bios the rapid updating
I think that part went well, but when reconfiguring the bios, I neglected to change the data storage setting from ide to raid (at least those are the terms I remember).In the boot device menu, I selected one of the two hdd that normally are the raid array, which didn't seem right, but anyways that's what I did.To appy either EC, you will need a USB key (flash drive) that can boot to DOS.The download files contain step by step instructions for applying the EC. Lenovo has made available a special version of Yoga's Embedded Controller (EC) which contains an alternate thermal table for users who feel the fans are too loud.This alternate thermal table will delay the initial spin up of the fans, and will spin the fans up to a lower initial RPM than the default EC.Caveat: While the fans will run less and at a lower RPM with this special EC, this means the system's operational temperature, and therefore surface temperatures, will be somewhat higher.
Thanks for the reply Fernando, I will update as you suggested.
The motherboard has Intel 5 series 3400 SATA AHCI controller, what version upgrades would be needed for this series?
It appears to be V11 from what I've read but I'm not sure if that would be for section 13 or 14 of my BIOS.
However, we don't recommend users to update BIOS while the system is running well.
For any damages caused by improper operation of downloading or updating BIOS, ASRock assumes no responsibility.