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shut down your computer and remove the side cover and remove the memory from the slot and switch on the computer if you hear beeps switch down the computer and insert the memory if you still hear beeps means the tre is an memory failure you need to change the memory while removing memory you didnt hear any beep it means there is problem with your motherboard remove the processor heat sink and the processor clean the surface then insert the processor to the slot apply a thin level of heatsink compound and fix the heat sink then switch on the computer
Have you tried System Restore? Restart your computer and watch for the screen to give you instructions at the bottom. It will say something like: F1 = Boot Menu F10=System Restore
It should walk you through a factory restore, which means it will take it back to factory settings the same as when it was perchased.
Hardware fault. Simple test: if you can boot in the BIOS then the hard disk has died - replace it and reinstall. If you can't the the motherboard has failed - in the end it will be easier and cheaper just to get a new pc.
This isnt necessarily a bios problem mate , its just windows got corrupted during the power surge. Use the link below to do a repair install. Note , repair installs do not erase your personal files or setings or software !