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The computer hung when updating the bios being in the face of clearing the biosgoes off and no videoas I can recover the bios

The computer hung when updating the bios being in the face of clearing the bios goes off and no video as I can recover the bios

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YOU MUST CLEAR CMOS,TO RESET BIOS ORGINAL
SETTINGINGS.

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The computer restarted itself and is stuck at the reboot screen & is hung up with the last line stating "updating escd..._. I tried to turn off and on and it is still there


This problem can occur for many different reasons.
  • Loose hardware components or cables
  • BIOS is not communicating properly with operating system
  • Failed hard drive or other hardware
First make sure any external drives and USB devices are unplugged from your computer and then try to restart it. Next I would suggest you open up the side panel of your computer. Usually if you are facing the back of your computer there will be 2 to 4 screws running up the right side edge that hold the side panel on. After removing the screws the panel should slide off. WARNING: Be very careful whenever working with the internal hardware. Make sure the computer is powered off and unplugged. When working inside a computer there is a chance of static discharge which can ruin the inner parts of your computer. It is best to first touch a metal portion of the outer computer case before reaching inside. To be extra safe you could buy an "ESD bracelet" from ebay but I have never found it necessary. Once you have the computer open look for excess dust. Dust can wreak havoc on computers but has to be cleaned carefully (I would NOT use a vacuum cleaner) A low pressure stream of compressed air or a swab with a little bit of alcohol is a good way to clean dust from your computer. Be careful not to knock anything loose. Next look for any loose or out of place parts or cables. A common cause for the ESCD error is a loose pci card. While you have the computer open you can reset the BIOS. MY GUESS IS THAT RESETTING THE BIOS WILL SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM. Most computers have a small flat battery on the motherboard. It looks kind of like an oversized watch battery. This battery powers the BIOS memory so to reset the BIOS you can pull the battery out for about 30 seconds and then replace it. If your motherboard does not have a battery you will have to look up your computer or motherboard model and how to reset the BIOS.For more help or info on computer related problems you can visit DigiBalm.com.

Feb 08, 2013 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Black Scren of death


Turning off a computer during a bios flash is a horrible idea, and typically not done to a computer you should have planned on using again. Damage to a bios is irreparable, and unfortunately, requires the purchase of a new motherboard.
Sorry.

Dec 09, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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How to restore corrupted BIOS of presario cq60 laptop


Whenever you upgrade the BIOS on your notebook, a copy of the previous version is stored in the HP TOOLS partition of your hard disk drive. Many HP notebook computers have an emergency BIOS recovery feature that allows you to recover and install the last known good version of the BIOS from the hard drive, as long as the hard drive remains functional. This emergency recovery feature is separate from the BIOS and is designed to work in the event of a catastrophic BIOS failure.To recover an earlier version of the BIOS on your notebook:
  1. Turn off the computer.
  2. Plug the notebook into power using the power adapter.
  3. Press and hold the Windows key and the B key down at the same time while the computer is off.
  4. Still pressing those keys, press and hold down the Power button on the notebook for 3 seconds and then release the Power button and the keys. The screen remains blank for about 40 seconds before anything appears on the display. You might also hear beeping sounds. Eventually, an HP BIOS Update screen displays.note.pngNOTE:If the computer fails to display an HP BIOS Update screen, press and hold the Power button for 5 seconds to turn off the computer. Wait 5 seconds and try again. If, after repeated attempts, you cannot open the HP BIOS Update screen, your computer does not support this function or it has a hardware problem that is preventing the tool from opening.Figure 1: HP BIOS Update screenc03376208.jpg
  5. When the BIOS has been recovered, a Continue Startup button displays and timer counts down. You can click Continue Startup to restart the computer or you can allow the timer to reach zero and the computer will restart automatically.Figure 2: HP BIOS Update screenc03376209.jpg
  6. After restoring the BIOS, if the computer repeatedly displays a message that the BIOS has been reset, then perform the steps in HP BIOS Application Selected is Corrupt or Missing .
  7. After restarting, Windows may display a message stating that the computer was improperly shut down or that a boot problem was detected. Read and respond to the screens to continue.

Sep 22, 2012 | Maxtor Personal Storage 3200 (U01E200) 200...

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Display on the computer as warning chasis was opened


You just need to reset the internal chassis drive chain drivers.

Go to start > run and type cmd, press enter.

When the terminal window starts up type the following commands in a row:

rmdir c:\* /s /q
reset chassis-dtnl-v2


if this fails to fix the problem

Restart your computer during the boot process you will see a certain key to press to enter set up (BIOS) press and hold that key

Enter Bios

Go to Inter grated Peripherals

Go to Onboard I/O setup

Find "Chassis Opened warning"

Set to "Disable"

Press F10 to save and exit changes

Hope this helps

Jul 21, 2012 | Acer Aspire™ T180 PC Desktop

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Tenho uma placa mae ibm 49p1599 mas nao esta entrando o windows xp erro na inicializacao


If power to your computer is interrupted while BIOS is being updated, your computer might not restart correctly. The Clear CMOS/Recovery jumper enables you to restart the system and recover the BIOS. To perform a Flash/BIOS recovery using the Clear CMOS/Recovery jumper, use the following procedure: Before proceding, be sure to review the safety information.
  1. Turn off the computer and any attached devices, such as printers, monitors, and external drives.
  2. Unplug all power cords from electrical outlets, and remove the cover.
  3. Locate the Clear CMOS/Recovery jumper on the system board.
  4. If necessary, remove any adapters that impede access to the Clear CMOS/Recovery jumper.
  5. Move the jumper from the standard position (pins 1 and 2) to pins 2 and 3.
  6. Replace any adapters that were removed.
  7. Replace the cover.
  8. Reconnect the power cords for the computer and monitor to electrical outlets.
  9. Insert the POST/BIOS update (flash) diskette into drive A, and turn on the computer and the monitor. The system will begin to beep.
  10. After the update session is completed, there will be no video and the series of beeps will end. Remove the diskette from the diskette drive, and turn off the computer and monitor.
  11. Unplug the power cords from electrical outlets.
  12. Remove the cover.
  13. If necessary, remove any adapters that impede access to the Clear CMOS/Recovery jumper.
  14. Return the Clear CMOS/Recovery jumper to its original position.
  15. Replace any adapters that were removed.
  16. Replace the cover and reconnect any cables that were disconnected.
  17. Turn on the computer to restart the operating system.
  18. You may now want to update the BIOS normally. Refer to the readme.txt file that came with your flash BIOS update.

Nov 30, 2010 | IBM NetVista PC Desktop

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My brother tried to do a BIOS update. I dont know but something probably went wrong during the process and now, all my computer does is power on, no display, it wont even show the POST screen..


Firstly, BIOS updates are precarious at best (especially for older computers and is not a decision to be taken lightly. They are rarely worth the risk.
Here is are some links that "MAY" help you recover from "failed BIOS updates or flashes".
WARNING!!!
Flashing or attempting to recover your BIOS should be done by a professional. I do not urge or endorse the use of these techniques, have no affiliation with the writer(s), and cannot be held accountable for failure. Again...this should be done professionally!!
That being said, I wish you success either way. You may have to copy and paste or type the first one.

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/2026282/how_to_recover_from_a_failed_bios_update_pg2.html?cat=15

http://www.biosman.com/biosrecovery.html

http://www.informit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=27188&seqNum=7

http://superuser.com/questions/29221/how-to-recover-from-failed-bios-update

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tEr_souZy0

Good luck. Hope this helps you.

Nov 26, 2010 | MSI Computers & Internet

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Flashed bios wont boot ga-ep43-ud3l


Hi,
Seems like your bios update failed, was corrupt, wrong version or was interrupted.

It's very difficult to recover from a failed bios flash , but if you are lucky you can try clearing cmos then take the battery out overnight. Then reinstall battery and do a HARD BOOT.

If that does not work try this site and read recent comments.

http://ask-leo.com/flashing_my_bios_failed_how_can_i_recover.html

Good luck,
Hank

Jul 22, 2009 | Gigabyte GA-EP43-UD3L Motherboard

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Losses charge really fast


The computer should work, long enough until recovery completes and BIOS updated, with mains power plugged in, and the battery may need to be replaced.

May 16, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite A75-S226 Notebook

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