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How read/write data on my laptop BIOS?


There is a Win32_BIOS WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation) class that you will be able to instantiate and query through methods in the System.Management namespace. I don't know specifically if this class has a property for BIOS chipset - if not, you could maybe look at Win32_Processor although this is designed to return information on the CPU, not the BIOS.


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