Basically I have tried F7 method and it said it wasn't available on this version of the bios (0035), Intel express bios fails Everytime , Iflash never installs the bios upon reboot, and bios recovery never boots when using the jumper and the drive (tried all of my drives). Do you guys have any possible ideas on what is going on? The bios launch normally I just can't upgrade them.
For successful BIOS Recovery, you need to,
If a BIOS Update (via F7, iFlash, EBU or even the Recovery method) does not work (does not start), the two most common causes are (1) an incompatibility with the flash disk or (2) poor/bad memory. If the system has to go through a reset cycle because the memory fails to initialize properly, the BIOS will "forget" that it is doing a BIOS Update and will do a normal boot (or, in the case of BIOS Recovery, simply hang and do nothing). If you seem to be seeing this, remove all but one DIMM and try again. If this fails, try with another DIMM. If it fails with every DIMM, borrow some and try again.
Ok, we now need to discuss what you need to do overall. You are on a very old BIOS and will need to do the upgrade in a number of steps. There are notes in the BIOS Release Notes file that explain parts of the process, but I will summarize it here to make it easier.
Note: Do not take any shortcuts. Doing so could result in a bricked BIOS.
Note: I recommend that you do all of these BIOS update operations using the BIOS Recovery process. If you wish, you can use F7 or iFlash method for those steps that I do not specifically say requires BIOS Recovery, but, again, I do not recommend it.
Again, no shortcuts. Skipping a step could brick your BIOS.
After performing all of these operations, you also need to do the following process. Do not skip any steps.
Hope this helps; let me know if you have any difficulties or additional questions.