Dear sir, when i update new bios sea a message "attention parameter change'' yet i countinue & update complete.when i restart pc then system cant boot.please help me how to start pc & install or write new bios.
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Install the bootable BIOS upgrade disk which you previously created
to do the original flash upgrade into drive A: and restart the system.
If the update failed because you used the wrong BIOS update you should
get the correct one and repeat this step. When the computer reboots
there will most likely be no video prompts, however you can monitor this
procedure using the floppy drive light and the PC speaker. When the PC
speaker beeps and the floppy drive light is lit it means that it is
currently copying the new BIOS onto the motherboard.
When the floppy drive light goes off and the PC speaker beeps (twice
in most cases) the recovery should be complete. During the update
procedure there might be pauses that looks like your computer is doing
nothing, if so be sure to wait at least a minute to make sure the update
is complete. When you are sure the BIOS update is complete and there is
no more activity, power off the computer.
Change the jumper you changed before back into the original position so the computer can operate normally.
When you turn your computer back on your BIOS will be functional and you should be able to use your computer normally again.
This issue occurs due to various reasons. However, in this case it might
be due to corrupt BIOS settings. To resolve this issue I recommend you
to visit the following website to download and install the BIOS Update:
===Installation Instructions ===
1. Download the BIOS update. (from Dell website)
2. Double-click the BIOS update icon, and then click NEXT.
3. Accept the license terms, and then click NEXT.
4. If an Overwrite Protection message appears, click YES TO ALL.
5. Click OK at the Windows Based BIOS Update window.
6. Click YES at the next Windows Based BIOS Update window, and then wait for the update to complete.
7. At the Windows Based BIOS Update window, click YES to restart your PC.
8. If you see the following message during the restart of your PC,
continue with the remaining steps; otherwise you are done with the
Default BIOS settings have been loaded due to BIOS update or checksum issue.
Press to enter Setup. Otherwise, allow the PC to continue.
9. Press and hold F1 for a few seconds to open the BIOS Setup.
10. Press F5 for a few seconds, choose YES, and then press Enter to load
the BIOS defaults. (Use the arrow keys to choose YES, if necessary.)
11. Press F10 for a few seconds, choose YES, and then press Enter to
exit the BIOS Setup and save your changes. (Use the arrow keys to choose
YES, if necessary.) 12. Press Enter to confirm the save.
13. If you see a System Settings Change message prompting you to restart your PC, click YES to restart the PC again.
Also use a sytem utility software RegInOut -- a System Utilities program that includes several features which allows the PC users to speedup their computer performance. It improves system performance by removing junk files and fixing registry errors. Its additional feature of Internet Optimizer enhance users web browsing experience.
99% of all bios don't need to be flashed or updated. Unless you have a specific problem with your bios and you go into the manufacturer's website and can read about the bios updates and see your problem as one of the ones that the bios update fix, don't update your bios. It's not going to make your computer run any better, it's not going to cure all the problems you have. About half the time it just messes up your computer or can ruin it. A lot of motherboard manufacturers have come up with Windows based programs to flash the bios but if they fail then you have to go back to the old method and they usually require having a floppy disk which most computers don't come with anymore. If you're one of those people that want to play around with your computer and do a little experimenting you're must better off to go format your harddrive, wipe it clean and start all over. Then you can go find all your new driver updates, software updates, find all the files you just deleted off your computer cause you forgot to backup before you formatted it. It's a lot more fun than flashing and updating your bios because your computer will still work when you get done. Sorry dude if the pin reset doesn't work the only option is possibly putting a new bios chip on the motherboard but I haven't seen one of those in years. Not sure they even still make them detachable and you'd have to find a motherboard to get one off of.
on restart enter setup or bios and set to default settings
then restart and press f7 choose option to boot from cd
then press enter should boot.
if not then this is the site i use for bios updates www.wimsbios.com
After updated your bios, did you check the boot sequence?
it might have been changed. Go in to the bios again and check so the boot setting is pointed that your pc starts from your HDD.
If you trying to reinstall the OS you should change tye boot to start from you cd-drive.
Good luck to you
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