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Re: corrupted BIOS chip
That depends on your motherboard Manual. It should correspond to your BIOS. Download the Motherboard's BIOS file usually in a Zip then the contents are .bin files. Then use the BIOS manufacturer's EPRON Programming tool. Which usually comes with a user manual. Just follow its examples.
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Need more details; the BIOS is a hardwired chip that is part of your motherboard. Rarely does it give problems. What exactly is your problem that you feel the cause is the BIOS?
Or..... do you mean that you want to flash your BIOS to upgrade it??
NOT GOOD My Friend....you just blew the BIOS:
Never update BIOS unless the computer is not working all that well. When doing new Bios, the Precise BIOs for the computer are required. Any change can damage the instruction set and render the BIOs useless. Also...any interruption during the rewriting of a BIOs will mess of the Chip and blank out the instruction set. If you can, with the correct BIOS downloaded to a flash drive, you may restructure the BIOS if they can be flashed again.
try clearing the cmos by replacing the cmos chip to the other two pins (which are present on the motherboard) and remove and refit the battery and then put cmos chip back to its original pins, that will clear the bios password and then reboot the windows and continue the bios update