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BIOS help NEED HELP How and canI make a flask BIOS CD to get my BIOS working again MY DV9000LAPTOP windows vista was not reading the full amount of how much memory that ison the computer this started after HP sent me a recovery disc the computer keptrebooting so I was told to update the bios so I did but I downloaded the wrongbios now the computer screen does not work. I can hear the computer boot uplights turn on I tried using the restore disc I can hear the cd driver readingbut nothing happens

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  • dlynch37 Oct 13, 2008

    the model # is 443694-001 if the computer do not read from the restore disc how will it be able to read from a burned bios cd and how do I make a cd and is this the same as a flash first of all I don't even know what a flash cd is it can be restoring the bios for all I know. In addition, is it better to make an usb bootable? In addition, will the computer read from the usb? In addition, what is the better the usb or cd? Keep in mind that the computer is not working I cannot download so that means I have to get on another computer.

    Please teach me how to burn onto an usb or cd the one that will get the computer working thanks for your help

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This is not something you can do. specially you don't know the machine well enough to go inside and fix it.
and, you can't reverse BIOS revision. upgrade only.
so if you installed a more updated version of BIOS. you have no other choice but to buy a new PC or go to ebay see if anybody have DV9000 BIOS or motherboard for sell. take that BIOS and install it on yours.
if you want to try to fix it yourself. you are on your own, I will not be responsible for your action.

First of all like you say you need to get hold of a good PC so you can get on the Internet. perferrablely a PC with CD burner and the software to burn with.
get on the interent adn go the vendors' web site and download the BIOS, usuall (.EXE) file. double click on the file and open it in a temperoary location on the harddrive. then burn it on to the cd. if the CD buner is capable, you might be able to burn it directly on tot he CD.

be extra carefull, what BIOS you download. D NOT RUN ANY BIOS SOFTWARE ON ANY MACHINE EXCEPT THE INTENTED MACHINE.

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