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After bios update my laptop wont boot only network boot option is there.

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You need to enter the BIOS and configure it. Though there is usually not much to configure in a standard Laptop BIOS. Can you Reload the older one ?

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Start the computer and hit the F2 key until you get into the BIOS. When in the BIOS you can see in the Main/general page whether the hard drive is seen by the system. You will see HDD (hard drive) CD-ROM which is the optical disk drive.
If you see the hard drive the look for boot options in the tabs. When you get to boot options set the HDD as the first boot device, save the settings and exit the BIOS.

Hopefully the laptop will restart and boot from the hard drive, thus into Windows.

If the hard drive is not seen in the BIOS then the hard drive has failed and needs replacing.
If you have a BIOS password then start the computer hit F12 repeatedly until you see the boot option menu and choose the HDD.

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