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Update update BIOS no boot
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bios update
I am not sure after installing which update the display has gone. I mean Windows update or HP software update or BIOS update.
Let me take the senario of the BIOS update and assist you in this regard.
If the display has gone after installing the BIOS update, then the issue cases are 1. Installed wrong BIOS update 2. Notebooks might have restarted or hanged while installing the BIOS update.
In both the cases BIOS will get currupt and there will be no display on the notebook.
Solution for the issue is: If you notebook is under warranty, HP will arrange for mail-in repair, plss contact HP. If the notebook is out of warranty, then you need to contact HP authorized service center.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
Hopefully you can find something helpful on this site. Basically you need to flash or reset your bios now. this site also has some links to remove upgrades. LIke i said i hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
SOURCE: SONY VAIO PCF-FRV25 BIOS UPDATE
Start by downloading the latest BIOS update file from SONY here: http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu-list.pl?mdl=PCGFRV25&LOC=3
Then read the instruction they give and follow them.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
SOURCE: SAHARA KN1 LAPTOP BIOS FLASH
flashing the bios is a tricky thing to do. basically you will find the file ( i do believe it is a .bin file) , u save on a CD along with an executable file, once you rebooted the computer, it will update it automaticall. some you might have to run the program, pointe it to the bin file, and tada, flashed. try this utility (SIW)
it will tell you what is the BIOS version, among of tons the other info. the utility is free.
there are other methods of flashing, but be careful, you try the wrong thing, and you motherboard is bye bye.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
I have a Gateway (W340UI) laptop, it was running with Windows Vista and I just converted to XP. I was able to get all ethernet working. Now, I am looking for the Video Card driver all over the places, but I am still stuck. Please help!
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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