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Asus r2h notebook

I upgraded to 207 bios version got a successfully installed screen which frose, i pulled the battery and i now have a notebook that does not power up, no lights...nothing, just looks like when its turned off. any suggestions

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  • disraeliwill Oct 17, 2008

    thanks colliwob, but i am not even hearing the beep sound. maybe i should just send it to asus for fixing

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Go to the above site it may help you recover from failed BIOS update

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