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I figured it needed a BIOS update to get its head straight.
Perhaps the space between the filename and the parameters?
So you've got to make a bootable CD or use a bootable USB, boot into DOS, and run the update from there.
I am having the same problem and this topic has been the most useful until now in my research.
: P ALWAYS, always, always, always, a space between the command and the parameters: BAD: dir/s GOOD: dir /s So in this case: BAD: D620_A10.
EXE /forceit Also check the spelling The syntax is correct.
In fact, I tried with other syntax and spacing and each time I received a message saying the command parameters was not recognized.
What I mean by DOS is literally, booted-from-CD-or-floppy, io.sys, command.com, DOS.