Updating my bios
On a loan with a life of only one year, the difference between 12% and 12.68% is minimal.On a long-term loan such as a mortgage, the difference can be significant.Follow and confirm the on-screen instructions and patiently wait for the installation to complete.Do not turn off your laptop in any case during the updating process.Make sure the battery is present in the laptop and the AC adapter is connected with it the whole time.Reboot when asked and you’ve got the latest BIOS on your system up and running.In the search results, click on the model that exactly matches yours. Click under the “Operating systems in English:” and select your operating system. Copy its extraction path, which will be something like c:\SWSetup\SP73917. When the extraction is complete, press Windows key E. The numbers might be changed in your file name, the “E” character at last is always the same. Select the option “Create a bootable USB disk on key” And click OK.
First you’ll have to know the version of current BIOS installed on your system. In the larger right pane, locate BIOS Version/Date. Do not turn off your laptop in any case during the updating process.To figure out the effective interest rate (APY), click on the cell at B3, click on the Insert Function button, and choose Financial from the drop down menu labeled Or Select a Category.Locate and click on the function titled EFFECT and then click the OK button. In the Nominal_rate box, type in B1 and in the Npery box, type in B2. Notice that Excel places the figure 0.1268 in the B3 cell.You have set up your Excel worksheet to look like the one below.Notice that we have the nominal interest rate (APR) in cell B1 and the number of payment periods in cell B2.