you'll find the BIOS works for both Z96J and S96J, but you probably already have the latest BIOS if you got it from GenTech.
in fact if you are after the latest BIOS i suggest you look at the thread started by Ken, bearing in mind it is a beta- but i use it myself, like many others, and have no problems.
To save you time, the bottom of the third page:http://www.notebookforums.com/thread173555-3.html
|Here is the BETA BIOS version 1101 for S96J/Z96J in Nero Image file:
1: Download NERO image files: http://1toppc.com/Merchant2/images/N...s/96J_1101.nrg
2: Use Nero to burn the image file to the CD
3: Insert CD and when first power on the laptop press "ESC" at Intel logo screen
4: Select Optical drive at boot options screen
5: at "A:\\" prompt type "Update" and press "Enter".
6: it'll automatically update the BIOS and don't turn off or reset the computer during BIOS flash.
7: screen will go back to "A:\\" prompt when finish
8: restart the computer and then hold F2 to enter BIOS, press F10 to save and exit BIOS.
9:Boot to Windows, it'll start to find all kinds of new hardwares.
You might need to re-adjust the resolution and reinstall some of the drivers, so just insert the drivers disk and let windows automatically find the drivers.
It's a beta so if you experience any problems that's normal and it'll be fix by the official release version, but I haven't see any problems yet.
Hope it helps