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Problem with p5vd2vm

I updated bios and my pc won''t to start....
do you now to you what the problem is?

sry for bad english

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There's really nothing you can do, i've been in that situation myself. The bios runs all the lower level components of the computer, for example, windows accesses cd drives, hard drives, memory, etc, through bios, so when bios gets messed up, there's no way to fix it really. :(

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