Bios mode wait updating fw
Note 2 There is a Problem with the TFTP update when using certain types of NIC.
These problems may occur when the following NIC is in use: Onboard "NVIDIA n Force Networking Controller" of "As Rock AM2NF3-VSTA Mainboards" with n Force-3 Chipset under Windows XP Pro.
If you're talking about a Foxconn G33 like in the other question then I must bring this to your attention overclock.net/t/139100/cannot-get-into-bios where neither of those users is using Ubuntu. The BIOS doesn't (or at least shouldn't) care about any data on connected drives including any potentially installed operating systems except for handing over execution to a boot loader on those drives; this is even more true for legacy BIOS where the BIOS simply tries to execute whatever is at a particular offset on the drive where the boot loader is supposed to be.
Therefore this has absolutely nothing to with Ubuntu or any other operating system and if it does then the BIOS is still to blame for its misbehaviour.
Click the Power option under the Settings charm, press and hold the Shift key, and click Restart.
To access this menu, open the Settings charm — either swipe in from the right and tap Settings or press Windows Key I.You can keep using the machine even while downloading a firmware.To download a firmware for this machine from the Internet and update the machine firmware, follow the below procedure.This machine can download a firmware automatically at the specified time and update the firmware.
In the administrator mode, select [Network] - [Internet ISW Settings] - [Update Firmware at Specified Time], then configure the following settings.
(manufacturer firmware) are updating from embedded portal (HTTP, USB) on manufacturer firmware only.