BIOS Agent 3.66 for Windows

by eSupport.com

Avg. Rating 3.3 (49 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.3 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 11,086
Publisher eSupport.com
Homepage BIOS Agent

Publisher's Description

BIOS Agent is a simple, easy to use program that will automatically identify your computer's BIOS and other system information. You'll quickly identify BIOS Date, Motherboard OEM data, CPU data, BIOS Type, Motherboard Chipset, BIOS ROM data, BIOS ID String, Super I/O data, and Memory data.

This information is very helpful in the event you need or want to upgrade the BIOS and other components on your PC. The BIOS Agent program is totally harmless, will not damage your system in any way, and no hidden information about your system is submitted to a database without your prior knowledge first. It is simply a tool which you can use to obtain useful information about your system.

Latest Reviews

Staff_Tech01

Staff_Tech01 reviewed v3.64 on May 7, 2007

This is useful simply becuase it saves you from having to dig into your BIOS to find the version or quickly hit the pause key as your machine posts.

toasale

toasale reviewed v3.61 on Oct 19, 2006

Ditto with those who claim: mass e's sent to make a purchase. If you try to e them/call them wanting to know "Will this support XP on an old PIII board?", etc. the answer is a pre-programmed answer, which gets you back to square one.

ZenWarrior

ZenWarrior reviewed v3.60 on Oct 12, 2006

I admit this rating is not only for the software, but also eSupport, the company behind it. I made the mistake of contacting them about a BIOS update. It took at least two months for the ***sales agents*** to cease filling my inbox with unwanted spam and attempts at high-pressure sales tactics.

BTW, aren't BIOS updates typically free? You'd never know that by listening to eSupport. It wanted to charge me approximately $40 for a BIOS update. Saying "No" to that only generated more high-pressure sales e-mails. "You'll be in big trouble if you don't update your BIOS!"

The world does not need firms like eSupport. Download and use the software, but do not make the same mistake I did to then contact eSupport. You *will* regret it.

Logistix

Logistix reviewed v3.60 on Oct 11, 2006

The program started, but when I tried to retrive the data, it crashed.. Not sure why?

Nice effort, wish I could see the results ;)

Tosawyer

Tosawyer reviewed v3.60 on Oct 11, 2006

Worked perfectly here.

PC Rat

PC Rat reviewed v3.54 on Jul 3, 2006

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Worked as advertised.

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The Computer Rodent

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xer0

xer0 reviewed v3.54 on Jul 2, 2006

worked fine on my toshiba m100 laptop

although it doesnt know my bios type

Friar Tuck

Friar Tuck reviewed v3.54 on Jul 1, 2006

Just downloaded Bio Agent 3.54 and ran it. As soon a I clicked on "Get Bios Info" it disappeared. tried to reinstall it 3 time and download it twice. Time to go back to the drawing board BIOS Agent

Mark Gillespie

Mark Gillespie reviewed v3.54 on Jul 1, 2006

Crashes on my PC, when you do "Get BIOS Info".

Sloppy programming and testing. 1*

spa2k

spa2k reviewed v3.54 on Jun 30, 2006

this showed my processor as a celeron when it is a P4. Otherwise quite useful.

Avg. Rating 3.3 (49 votes)
Your Rating
Staff_Tech01

Staff_Tech01 reviewed v3.64 on May 7, 2007

This is useful simply becuase it saves you from having to dig into your BIOS to find the version or quickly hit the pause key as your machine posts.

toasale

toasale reviewed v3.61 on Oct 19, 2006

Ditto with those who claim: mass e's sent to make a purchase. If you try to e them/call them wanting to know "Will this support XP on an old PIII board?", etc. the answer is a pre-programmed answer, which gets you back to square one.

ZenWarrior

ZenWarrior reviewed v3.60 on Oct 12, 2006

I admit this rating is not only for the software, but also eSupport, the company behind it. I made the mistake of contacting them about a BIOS update. It took at least two months for the ***sales agents*** to cease filling my inbox with unwanted spam and attempts at high-pressure sales tactics.

BTW, aren't BIOS updates typically free? You'd never know that by listening to eSupport. It wanted to charge me approximately $40 for a BIOS update. Saying "No" to that only generated more high-pressure sales e-mails. "You'll be in big trouble if you don't update your BIOS!"

The world does not need firms like eSupport. Download and use the software, but do not make the same mistake I did to then contact eSupport. You *will* regret it.

Logistix

Logistix reviewed v3.60 on Oct 11, 2006

The program started, but when I tried to retrive the data, it crashed.. Not sure why?

Nice effort, wish I could see the results ;)

Tosawyer

Tosawyer reviewed v3.60 on Oct 11, 2006

Worked perfectly here.

PC Rat

PC Rat reviewed v3.54 on Jul 3, 2006

...

Worked as advertised.

...

The Computer Rodent

...

xer0

xer0 reviewed v3.54 on Jul 2, 2006

worked fine on my toshiba m100 laptop

although it doesnt know my bios type

Friar Tuck

Friar Tuck reviewed v3.54 on Jul 1, 2006

Just downloaded Bio Agent 3.54 and ran it. As soon a I clicked on "Get Bios Info" it disappeared. tried to reinstall it 3 time and download it twice. Time to go back to the drawing board BIOS Agent

Mark Gillespie

Mark Gillespie reviewed v3.54 on Jul 1, 2006

Crashes on my PC, when you do "Get BIOS Info".

Sloppy programming and testing. 1*

spa2k

spa2k reviewed v3.54 on Jun 30, 2006

this showed my processor as a celeron when it is a P4. Otherwise quite useful.

Someone reviewed v3.53 on Jun 30, 2006

nice!
will save me tons of time rebooting pressing 'pause' and writing down numbers etc...

lequid

lequid reviewed v3.53 on Jun 30, 2006

It says i have 512 Mo installed. Or i have 1024...

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