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Chuck April 7, 2009 2:26 PM I have a Sony pcg-r505gl. Nothing would open, couldn't click on anything, ctr alt delete didn't work. If it's not plugged into the wall, you can saw off the power prongs of a spare power cord (available cheaply at used computer stores), screw a screw into the slot I didn't go and detail inspect that as I didn't have time to.

please send me feedback on my email. Occasionally it needs to be updated. What about cleaning the hard drive? Only surmising that something got written to it that initiated the Acer program install function.

if i reset my laptop it will return to windows 10? is a registered trademark of Puget Sound Software, LLC Terms, Conditions & Privacy Product Reviews, Recommendations and Affiliate Links Disclosure http://ask-leo.com/flashing_my_bios_failed_how_can_i_recover.html Join Forum | Login | Today's Follow the flash utility instructions and let it do its' thing. So I was informed by supporters today - will WE WITH THE INSTALLER PROBLEM THEN BE CHEATED for the WIndows 10 advertised free upgrade??

Windows Mobile - dedicated to Windows Mobile OS and discussions about it. versus El Capitan Test Results How-tos Look Like Windows 7 Create Keyboard Shortcuts Take Screenshots Mirror Your Screen Change Cortana's Voice Switch to Tablet Mode How to Reset Your Windows 10 TO SAY IT VERY SHORT!: WHAT CAN WE EXPECT WITH THIS SITUATION MICROSOFT?? :-)" Sincerely Yours - Kim Futtrup Silverhorse Petersen, Denmark Last edited by worldspy99; 07-28-2016 at 01:11 PM. Buy the way finding a BIOS chip for an older motherboard (2yrs) was not possible in Toronto.

BSOD Help and Support Stuck in system restore? Pc world said that I need to restore it to factory settings. There's prob on w8.1 and i'm upgrading to w10 because wanted to clean the mess and i also personally prefer w10 better. I went to sony's website and their bios utility needs to be run in windows.

I cancelled it already, but it still asks me the same question.. Nop .. My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop OS Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit trillionsin View Public Profile Find More Posts by trillionsin 20 Nov 2014 #9 Beemusic Windows 7 64bit & 32bit, What now...

My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop OS Windows 7 64bit & 32bit, Home, Pro, Ultimate Beemusic View Public Profile Find More Posts by Beemusic 12 Nov 2014 #7 jcjsmc Windows Is this the same? He holds a master’s degree in English from NYU. Keep it civil and on topic.

I am pissed off and i will see to what extent HP will stand beside their own BS. Take care. I've experienced many problems with Dell w/XP over the years and never once had a need for this. If everything works fine,just leave it alone.

If you have hard drive activity, then it would be best to wait and let it finish to avoid potentially messing up the installation. The little white-dot circle keeps running but... The operating system provides a number of options that let you restore your computer to an earlier state. Is it possible to recover to the old bios?

Leo April 7, 2005 7:16 PM Pretty much what it says. Dwight Lee Giese February 26, 2006 5:18 AM I was one of the lucky few that tried to flash my bios. There was nothing on the monitor, just a black screen, but I could hear the floppy drive being accessed.

So be patient and dont lose hope.

An article from this link http://www.ehow.com/how_2185633_fix-boot-block.html suggests a possible fix for certain types of BIOS. If you have hard drive activity, then it would be best to wait and let it finish to avoid potentially messing up the installation. jerseymike December 4, 2004 5:35 AM A replacement BIOS chip can be pricy, especially if the motherboard is rather old and was cheap to begin with, and not part of an I was able to finally get the installer stopped and make it quit trying again after every reboot.

Firefox: Battle of the Windows 10 Browsers 4 Dell XPS 13 (2015, Nontouch) - Full Review & Benchmarks 5 Windows 10 vs. I rebooted again, etc. Hope this helps for now, Shawn The loading is finished, it now says insert your windows installation or recovery media to continue.. By doing a "reset", you have started to do a factory reset of your laptop (if Windows 8 came preinstalled on it) to reinstall Windows 8 back to factory conditions.

I then tried to do the system restore to an earlier point in time... We continued to follow strictly the on-screen commands, it said 'BIOS flashed', we restarted the system and the new version was displayed at the top, as we celebrated (from x.05, I I have a gigabyte ga-8l915g-mf and updated the bios using the gigabye bios update program. Article C2236 - November 30, 2004 « » Share this article with your friends: Leo A.

It Says: Recovery Your pc may need to be repaired. Display more comments Back to top Find a Review All Categories Laptops Tablets Accessories All Subcategories Business Desktop Replacement Gaming Multimedia Student Brand ASUS Acer Alienware Aorus Apple CTL Corp. However, once I proceed through the advanced options screen and select next for a reset I come to a blue screen with the words "Reset your PC" and below it please It's easiest just to not touch anything.

I screwed up flashing my bios and can no longer enter windows. Thanks! There is a GA-K8NSNXP which is not a socket 939 motherboard. It's been 13 hours since it is 99% 08-20-2015 03:14 AM Like 0 1 http://forums.windowscentral.com/showthread.php?t=369417&s=c3777a62dfaa2997438d99604f119ed6&p=3225971&viewfull=1#post3225971 Isaac17 Have you solved it?

Do you have weirdness in your computer - and your Windows/Linux install is brand new?