Search for your particular computer model and you should see a section called Drivers and Downloads or something similar. Always read the release notes or details to see what is actually being updated.You can click View details on Dell’s website to see this information.It’s a myth that BIOS updates somehow make your computer faster or run better.In some rare instances, a BIOS update can fix a motherboard issue that might make your computer perform better, but it’s usually not related to speed.As an overclocker, tester, and reviewer, I always move to the latest chipset if I decide to upgrade my CPU, and of course not an H/B or something chipset, I go to the root chipset - that means Z170/Z270. Then press the button on the picture for six seconds (button will vary from board to board).But, if you still want to stay on Z170, here's a comparison of the two designs and a must-do List to make your shiny new Kaby Lake CPU work on it. You will see the LED on it flashes as it reads the flash drive, then it will stop.So, you have a Z170 motherboard, and Intel Kaby Lake is the CPU you want? You should have upgraded your BIOS/UEFI first using your Skylake CPU as most motherboard manufacturers support Intel Kaby Lake on their latest BIOS released early in January. But, there's nothing wrong, I will help you with this.
First check that Now you will be able to boot from the Free DOS disk.
Take note of the version and the date of the release.
Now you have to visit the PC manufacturer’s website and go to their support section.
You will most likely need to change the boot order from the BIOS menu to do this, or unplug the existing hard drives.
Once Free DOS boots, it should then load the So, just to confirm it (since it was hard for me to find really anything about this motherboard on Linux) - the Gigabyte GA-J1900N-D3V works great with Linux, and the Mini-PCIe slot can be used for SATA controllers instead of just Wi-Fi as the product page suggests.