Hi, could some one help me, my y510p is not recovering after I tried to update bios?I installed the system, and during driver installation on W7 OS I tried to update my bios and after all the installation when it restarted the start up stopped saying check cable connection. Pxe-mof: exiting Intel pe rom. No Bootable device - - insert boot disk and press any key. I tried several time to restore default bios options and restore legacy option but it is not working. In bios it appears only 8giga had. Any idea what to do?More replies
Hoy guys i started to flash the bios update(downloaded from the lenovo support page where are the driver downloads) to my y510p it rebooted to flash the bios and it is stuck at 100 the cooler started to rush as Bolt on 100m but it didnt reboot 2 hours ago. Any suggestion what to do?
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Hello, I updated the bios using this upgrade (3.05) utility, a couple of days ago. Flash BIOS update - Flash from Operating System version for IdeaPad Y410P/Y510P Version 74CN44WW (V3.05)This package updates the basic input/output system (BIOS) on IdeaPad Y410P/Y510P From this time;Installed memory (RAM) appears as only 4 GBBut before, this was 8 GB (7,8 GB usable) What may be the problem?How can I downgrade my bios to previous v2.07?Is this problem related with this bios update?Please help.(Thank you in advance)
You can try to reset the BIOS. 1) Shutdown the laptop.2) Unplug all power supply3) Take out the battery.4) Hold laptop Power button for 1 minute.5) Connect everything back and start the laptop.6) Check if your RAM is displayed correctly.9 more replies
Im starting this thread so that for all who have unlocked their bios for wirelesscard whitelist removal or what ever, using the link on techInferno using svl7 mod can have a guide as to what settings can be used to improve the performance of their y510p and what settings to stay away from. For those who have difficulties in retrieving the files from techInfernos website can pm me. Any and all suggestions and requests are welcome. Happy modding.
I would do this, but after paying £1000 for this laptop, that risk of bricking the bios..
Lenovo y510p - Intel Quad-core 4th gen i7-4700MQ @3.40Ghz - 16GB RAM - 1TB HDD 8GB SSD - 1080p FHD - Nvidia 755m SLI
Hello,Having an issue where I am completely unable to access my BIOS settings, after pressing F2 I am directed to the BIOS, then within seconds the keyboard stops responding to inputs. The only way out is by pressing the power button. Now for the stange part. Windows system info seems to think I am running 3.08, however the frozen BIOS screen says it is Version 3.07. I have tried running the 3.08 update .exe, and am greeted with this; ? I have also tried running the 3.05 update file, and am greeted with the exact same message (not the expected older version message). Is there a way to force the flash? I would like to have access to my BIOS again. I have also tried accessing the BIOS via the small button to the left of the left speaker, however this freezes a few seconds in as well. The computer runs normally for the most part, my only complaint is the frequent graphics card crashes/restarts under intense gaming load. Is there a way to downgrade BIOS versions, or force the update?
Is there any way to downgrade the BIOS to 3.05 using a USB drive or CD? Apparently people have been having major problems with Lenovo BIOS setups, and have had great success using modded versions to allow WLAN customization, and fix graphics card errors. Considering the factory software has failed me, I would like to give this a try.1 more replies
Just realized my dvd drive does not play DVDs since I upgraded to win 10. It doesn't even recognize dvds, showing me only a desktop.ini file instead. It plays CDs just fine and it burns DVDs as storage device, though it **may** only be burning them as a CD, haven't really tested it. I would like to get an updated driver from lenovo, but I can't get past the Q&A session, it either doesn't know my laptop or thinks I'm running win 8.1 or 7. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks MikeMore replies
Hello to the BleepingComputer community,First of all I'm sorry I haven't finished some of the steps from the Preparation Guide. It's because these steps require a reboot (e.g. Step 6: Disable your CD Emulation Software - DeFogger will ask me to reboot the machine), and I have a bad feeling about the question if it is safe to reboot in my situation: I'm not sure if I have a type of malware which is ready to infect the BIOS - if it is so, then it could infect it much easier during the reboot process.- If there is a good way to find out what is the problem (and fix the BIOS threat part if it really is present) without rebooting / shutting down this PC, or at least without booting from this hard drive (which I feel is probably infected), then please tell me what should I do.- If you know a place / forum where I can get a specialized help for this (seemingly BIOS-malware related) situation, please tell me where I could go.- If there is no way to move forward, I'll go ahead and risk the reboot, and follow the other steps (steps 6 to 10) in the Preparation Guide, no problem.I kindly ask you to please read below the details of the problem as it occured to me, and the things I have tried so far.The PC is AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core BE-2350 2.1GHz, Motherboard Biostar TA690G AM2 (with AWARD BIOS), 4GB RAM, 200GB SATA HDD, and an ASUS EAH4870 card added a few years ago.It's with WinXP SP3, AVG Free 2012, (standard) Windows Firewall, and it's behind a router.I ... Read more
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I am receiving this message when I run sp76205: The system BIOS update file (c:\SWSetup\SP76205\hpqflash\ROM.CAB) is missing or corrupt. The system BIOS will not be updated." SP76205 was just released in June 2016 and I noticed other user are experiencing the same issue with it. Please provide a fix BIOS update or explain how to run this current update...More replies
I bought Windows 8 pro and install it into my sony vaio laptop now i change my HDD to SSD drive and i installed windows 8 pro but now i can use my product key. what should i do to fix this problem??
Why can't you use your Product Key?
You cannot install Windows 8 Upgrades onto a bare drive - you MUST have an activated qualifying OS present to upgrade from.
You will need to install Windows 7 onto the SSD, then upgrade that.
My Samsung series 3 laptop has been sending out popup messages telling me I need a bios update, I go to the Samsung software update site and this bios update has been failing, I have made several calls and chats to techs at Samsung who tell me to do what I have already done, they tell to ask for tier 2 tech, who can go in my computer and fix it , When I finally got a tier 2 tech, they told me the same thing, I told him what I had been told about him and what he could do, He said, is it working , I said yes, but settings on computer change on their own,like wifi turns itself on and that concerns me. Anyway, He said that it didn't need a bios update,even the Samsung website said this computer needed a bios update. I posted this on hardware,firmware concerns, and they told me to post here, I was going to go to a site ,that had a download that checked drivers, I was told to stay away from this.
Are you getting a direct link from the notification update? Can you post the link/site next time?3 more replies
this message pops up says the device driver for the 'agere systems ac'97 modem' device is preventing the machine from entering standby. please close all applications and try again. if the problem presists, you may need to update this driver. what to do
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Hello Please Please i need Help i have toshiba laptop A660 please help me when i turn my laptop im getting this message boot fail and after the boot faild its take me to the boot Menu ok on the Boot Menu i see this HDD/SSD ok when i click on the HDD/SSD on the Boot Menu its says faild HDD/ SDD please any help im worried about my laptop its about now 5days im not in my laptop please help me thanks
and i have windows 7 home premium
I would Check the hard drive with the manufacturer's diagnostic tools.
Hard Drive Diagnostics Tools and Utilities (Storage) - TACKtech Corp.
j have a problem with my computer when j am using after 1 hour j see some thin like that (Attachments) my graphic details intel hd graphic family driver date 15/04/2011 driver version 18.104.22.1682
my laptop detail
intel i5 -2430m 2.40
6 gb ram
j try update drivers all of them but system its telling me that j have new version
That is IMHO not a driver issue.
It looks more like the Laptop (more specific the graphics chip) is getting too hot.
Is the fan still spinning?
Make sure the vents are not blocked by anything. If possible try to clean vents and fan out with some compressed air.
ok here is my situation i got this computer 2 days ago and it had 2 os systems on it so i used the microsoft windows x home edtiton service pact 2 cd and went into the blue screen and i deleted a bunch of stuff then i portioned and formated and i thoght it was going well the windows os installed and it restarted but then i clicked on my profile it didnt come with anything in the bottom right corner was empty and there was nothing on my computer but a trash can,( the first try) so i put the cd back in and re did everything this time it worked and i had all the programs and everything on it so i though that all was well so i started to download all my programs on my computer then all hell broke loss i ran out of memory and vertual memory and it lagged all to heck and back so i deleted all the windows and looked at my defrag and i was surprised at what i saw the d drive was up top and had 99% thats 67.o8 gp capacity and 66.58 free space (GB) the c drive had 7.44gb and 3.77gb free space everything is saving to the c drive i formated the rong drive =( can somone help me i really dont want to go back in there un prepared im not a complete ediot but im not exacely clue less considering i formated it correcly without any guide or help =^_^= so can somone pleaseeee help me
P.S. i hope i gave enuf info i read the form that said please leave enuf info so tell me if u still dont understand my situation need help soon please reply
how many drives in the computer
it looks like it is only one
the C partition looks like you installed windows on it and when you install anything you need to point it to install on the D partition otherwise it will default to C
set up folders on the D
my system says is got a file kernl.32 file that was "destroyed" All I can do is use a boot disk to get to dos i dont have windows media xp pro sp3. my somputer is a leveno t60p laptop I read in the foram that a dell full restoration disk would work on any computer as long as it was a full system restore? is this possiable as I do have one of those disks. thanks help.
I would not think that Dell disks...would work on a system made by a different OEM. That would be a violation of the license which Micrsoft has assigned to Dell, IMO...since such a disk would then be equal to a MS Genuine Windows disk (sold by Microsoft as a retail item).
FWIW: There was a time (prior to 2005) when Dell CDs/licenses were sold the same as MS Genuine XP disks/license...but Microsoft put an end to that era.
Dell restore/recovery disks which work on Lenovo laptops...would also be something Lenovo would be concerned about, IMO.
Could you post the source of this reference, please? It's possible that you misinterpreted/ignored the context of the wording.
FWIW: Windows has never issued an error message stating that a file has been "desroyed", to my knowledge. The wording will only indicate that a system file is either missing or corrupt/damaged, IME.
I am having a problem with this error when I try to run an app on my laptop.
Windows XP pro sp3
1.6 core2duo 2 gig ram
There is only one app that is failing. This is a custom app from my company loaded on a pen drive but the fault is not with this drive or the app as it works on all the other three pc's at home and several at customers sites.
It just does not run on my Laptop.
The error is "The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0150004). Click on OK to terminate the application"
is there any perticular cause for this error
Any advice you can suggest would be very much appreciated.
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Hi I just turned on my hp mini it's asking me to enter current password.. Now it says. Password check faildFatal error .. System halted CNU9334Q92
Hi, Enter e9loffv5o7 ( 3rd character is a lower case L ) Regards, DP-K4 more replies
i,ve done a few steps already any help would be great ty. heres speccy file an mini tool log file.
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i got some virus on my computer pellenium or something like that it wouldnt let me see any of the icons or let me get to anything so i started up the task manager typed in explorer.exe that showed all my icons and such so i started up spyware doctor to get rid of it that all went fine then it went to this blue screen saying if it is the first time i seen it and telling me to restart it so i did and now i get this black screen saying this
windows boot manager
windows fails to start. a recent hardware or software change might be the cause. to fix this problem."
1. insert your windows installing disk and restart you computer.
2. choose your language settings, and then click "next"
3. click "repair your computer."
if you do not have the disk, then contact you system administrator or computer manufracturer for assistance.
info: windows failed to load because a critical system driver is missing or corruted
well i am just ceriouse on what the file thing is because i googled
and found nothing on it and is there a way to fix this without the disk or no
Boot in to Safe Mode and select Last Know Good Configuration
Turn your computer off through Shut Down.
Wait a few seconds, then turn it back on.
Once your computer's manufacturer logo (eg.'ACER') starts to show, start pressing the F8 key repeatedly.
Keep pressing it until the Windows Advanced Options Menu loads up.
Make sure 'Last Known Good Configuration' is selected, navigate to it by using the arrow keys.
Press enter, and your computer will start booting with the LKGC that worked.
that dll file is/was almost certainly associated with the infection you had, or possibly still have
My last BIOS update has failed and now my laptop Satellite PrU400 PSU45E is out of order.
I want to use the Crisis Recovery Disk with an USB floppy drive but I don't know the key combination to run the boot-block.
Is anybody can help me?
I wondering what Crisis Recovery Disk do you have ?:|
In my experience the special disk is needed which is available only for ASP technician.
Therefore it?s necessary to contact the ASP in your country in order to reflash the BIOS.
In my opinion you shouldn?t not try any ?Crisis Recovery disks? which you fond in the net? this can lead to mobo damage?
Hello everyone! I ama new user and i am coming up with this post as I couldn`t find any kind of solution for my problem.Recently I decided to do a reinstallation of my operating system, which also previously was Windows 7 Ultimate (x64). The installation went as usual, and after finishing it I went on to install all the latest drivers from the Lenovo site, for my product. When getting close to installing almost all the drivers i`ve needed, i stumbled upon a new version of the BIOS amnd the drivers and sfotware recommended for my laptop, by the producer. So i proceeded to install the upgrade, restarted the computer when it prompted me to do so, but after the so-called restart the laptop did not boot up as usual. At first it was telling me to not do anything as the BIOS is being flashed and then it was telling me something about some sort of image processing, things that i did not understand at the time (i have never encountered anything like that). After that my screen turned black. I have not done anything for a few couple of minutes as i thought it was supposed to be like that, but then i just force shut it down and unplugged the AC adapter. When trying to boot it all up again, the only thing i got was a black screen and nothing else.After doing a little bit of research it appears that, somehowm i`ve managed to corrupt the bios on my laptop or something, and nothing else would work at this point. I tried to remove the BIOS battery and the ram and then put them all back, trye... Read moreMore replies
Dear all, Since the beginning I got troubles with charging - ( 94 % plugged in, not charging). The easiest solution was just remove the battery, but not for HP Omen. I removed battery and destroyed the rubber on the bottom. I had to open the laptop, because one morning I got the massegae that my laptop is overheated and fan does not work properly. Both fans works only during the lounch, when windows works only one fan was in operations, second one never starts again. Looking for the solution in the internet I have found that this can be because of BIOS is not updated. I pushed F2, checked the the system, everything is fine and then I installed only one version which I have found there.No massages regarding overheating any more, both Fans are working full power and very very loud. Temperature of processors is 30C. In my room 25C. I followed all instructions, but got massege BIOS update is blocked.I downloaded the most previous version, again BIOS update is blocked.Current version of bios is BIOS version F00 04Sep14. Can it be solved somehow?
@YuraL? To better help you we would need the exact model number or product number of your laptop/desktop??? http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c00033108 REO6 more replies
Hello all, this is my first time posting here so please forgive any mistakes/oversights. I've just updated my Samsung laptop's system BIOS via their software update program, and my Nvidia GPU (GT 650m DDR3) no longer seems to work. The Nvidia control panel is still there, and it still gives me the option to select which programs use the GPU, but there is no GPU actitivity showing up. Also,I've tried playing Skyrim (which auto-detects the PC's graphics cards) , and the game no longer seems to detect the Nvidia GPU (just the Intel integrated graphics).
My laptop model is NP550PC7, with 6 gig of ram, and an i7 quad core CPU, and the OS is Window 7 Home Premium 64bit.
I've tried looking in the BIOS but I can't seem to find anything related to the GPU or display options. Any help or avice is much appreciated.
Have you updated your GPU with the latest drivers?
Please navigate to:
Start> Control panel> Swith to icon view> device manager.
Look under "Display Adapters"
Is the Nvidia GPU listed there? If so are there any yellow symbols etc?
I have a old Tecra 9100 with years of good service, and this is my first problem, but is a great one, after a forced reboot the screen shows a BIOS block 1 damaged message. I have tried to repair the BIOS upgrading to the last version I have found, the 1.6 one, but its a Windows version (to upgrade from a running Toshiba computer I think) and when I try to run it in another computer to generate a FDD and upgrade BIOS, I cant, beacuse a Toshiba common modules message.
Its there any BIOS diskette image-archive I can dowload to perform the BIOS upgrade in the BIOS?
Thanks in advance.
All you can find is stuff on Toshiba support page. I don't know where you live but try to contact nearest Toshiba authorized service provider.
They have access to Toshiba database and they can obtain all this for you. Make a call and ask for help. I am pretty sure they will help you to solve this BIOS issue.
HP software said there was a bios update and it ran through this one screen said it recommended backing up the bios in case of corruption and it created a partition. Computer will now not boot and as its new I dont have a recovery disk. How is it that an automatic HP update can kill the computer. Anyone know if removing the partition will solve it or if /i have likely lost everything on the C drive. Any help appreciated thanksMore replies
Made the huge mistake of updating BIOS. Had small MOBO usb prob, and for some reason thought a BIOS update would do something. Wasn't too worried because Gigabyte touts Dual BIOS pretty strong.
Anyway, tried updating BIOS, then system would not boot, so the Backup BIOS didn't kick in. btw, the MOBO is a Gigabyte GA-K8N Pro.
So I copied the backup bios to a floppy and used the floppy to fix the main bios. OK, now computer would boot, but would freeze up after the desktop icons appear. Actually would sometimes work for a few minutes, but always froze up.
Boots OK to safe mode, even to the point of getting online, so I downloaded the old bios from Gigabyte, put them on floppy and used that to update the main bios. Same result.
Also did a system restore from XP Pro Safe Mode (because XP wrongly states that this can be undone; didn't find out that System Restore done from safe mode cannot be undone until I tried to undo!).
My tech support (ABS Computer; they rule) thinks that the BIOS is now fine, that some windows files are corrupt and a re-install will fix problem and mobo is probably fine as well. I'll buy that.
anyone have any miracle suggestions before i re-install? Is a repair install worth a shot? Really not looking forward to re-installing all my software and putting all my data back where it belongs to get my email hist., bookmarks, etc. back.
thanks - I will now write the following 500 times: LEAVE THE BIOS ALONE! even with Dual BIOS
I recently took a BIOS update and I later on found out that it has messed up my Notebook. File transfer speed has been riduculously slow, games and movies stutter occasionaly. Everything has changed and it does not look good. Product Info: Model: Pavilion AB522TXOS: Windows 10 64-bit ( updated to the very last) RAM: 8 GBProcessor: i5-6200U
Hey @Rahul_mk, I would like to welcome you to the HP Support Community. If my reply resolves your issue or answer your question(s), please let others know this reply was helpful by clicking the Accept as Solution button. I understand that you did a BIOS upgrade but it did not take well to your HP Pavilion Notebook - 15-ab522tx. You mentioned that your Notebook is now slow and games and movies are stuttering. Many HP Notebooks have an HP BIOS Restore tool that may recover the BIOS from an earlier version and restore basic functionality. Please follow the documentation to do a BIOS reset. Have you tried to perform a hard reset?Which BIOS version did you upgrade to? You said that Windows 10 is up to date.Have you tried using the HP Support Assistant for updates also? You can try following the below steps to reload the factory installed BIOS Setup Settings:In the BIOS Setup utility, select the Exit tab.Select Load Setup Defaults.Select Save Changes and Exit (pressing F5 and the Enter key will also load the Setup Defaults).Press Esc and then Enter to exit Setup.If you require further assistance, I would be more than happy to continue to help you. Please re-post with any information you think may help me find a resolution for you. Please also let me know if the BIOS reset works. If yo... Read more4 more replies
I have a five-month old HP Compaq Presario Laptop, which has been working fairly decently (I've had a few virus scares, and my Norton quarrentined something a twenty days ago). On HP's advice, I just updated the BIOS on my laptop. It's currently stuck at Verifying New Bios Image, and it's at 100% - It's been stuck that way for a half-hour plus. Any advice? What should I do?
You have no choice but to force a reboot and keep your fingers crossed.16 more replies
I have a Lenonvo H50-55 desktop with an AMD A10-7800 APU (3.5GHz), 12GB RAM, 2 HDD's, and an Nvidia GTX 750 video card, running Windows10 Home x64. My current BIOS version is IRKT54AUS, and the latest available version on Lenovo's update page for my machine is IRKT57AUS. When I try to flash my BIOS from the downloaded update file, I get the error message in the subject. I am starting everything with Admin privileges, but that makes no difference. If it's a Lenovo machine with stock BIOS, why am I getting an "unknown vendor" message? Inquiring minds want to know TIA!More replies
Hi, I saw the new BIOS version 1.25 dated ?14?.?09?.?2016 appearing on Lenovos support site. I did not check the version I was having on my system before downloading the "new BIOS", so I started the installer and the tool told me I already have this BIOS version. msinfo32.exe tells me I am having BIOS 1.25 dated 13.07.2016. So apparently the BIOS was released already some time ago and I already flashed it to 1.25. So whats the point of re-releasing the 1.25? If there are any changes of todays version compared to the 1.25 released some time ago, is it worth flashing? If yes, how can I do this if the tool tells me I am already having the latest version and it does not let me override my BIOS? Thanks and best regards,MartinMore replies
i have a computer i got from my aunt, when the computer starts up, at the top of the screen it says award modular BIOS v4.51PG
at the bottom it says: 08/21/1998-ALADDIN5-2A5KKB0DC-00
i want to know if there is an update for the bios, because i want to use a Maxtor 80GB hard drive.
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a friend gave me his HP DV6500 Notebook to fix it. He said it made an update and then for hours nothing happened. He shut it and started again.
I could see that it tried to recover 2 times. The second time it was successful but it somehow resetted or returned the Vista to a fresh install!!! His data was locked in a previous User account, I backed it up on a usb-stick with a linux live cd.
I can't make a reinstall because now a bluescreen always appears even when I boot from Vista DVD.
ntoskrnl.exe corrupt when try to boot vista in the normal way.
How can I fix that without being able to use the repair option of the DVD?
Sorry, the title of the thread is wrong. I figured out already that the BIOS version is for an Intel. So everything is ok with the BIOS actually.
Ok, I could fix it after following instructions from this page:
The Txf-log had to be removed and afterwards I was able to use the repair function of the Vista DVD again.
I have a REAL newbie question. I?ve tried reading a bunch of tutorials, but they?re a little over my head. I think my question is pretty basic, but after a couple hours research, hopefully someone here would be kind enough to help.
I have an M2A-VM motherboard and my system keeps freezing up, no input from keyboard or mouse, no ctl-alt-del, nothing. It freezes intermittently, but never goes more than 3 hours without freezing, sometimes freezes in a few seconds, with 5 ? 10 minutes being the average time it works before freezing. Seems to freeze more (often immediately) when I?m using the mouse than any other time, but it will freeze on it?s own, just idling, if you give it enough time.
I?ve read a few things including updating bios and downloading the latest motherboard drivers. My problem starts when I go to download the mobo drivers from this page:
ASUSTeK Computer Inc.-Support-
It lists 41 driver updates there for my motherboard:
41 files found
Qualified Vendor List (1)
BIOS (20) [BIOS History]
And apparently I?m ?missing? these Windows Updates:
Q934062 - Important
Q936960 - Important
Q950130 - Critical
Q951550 - Important
Q951944 - Important
Q973923 - Moderate
Question #1: Do I download all 41?? Surely my machine can?t need 41 updates? How do I know which ones to download and install?
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I have the same board on another pc.
You only need to download and install only that which would make your setup current.
You really only need to update the bios if you will be moving up to a newer processor that is not currently supported by the current bios or if the newer bios fixes a known problem.
You need the latest motherboard chipset driver. (I would install this first if you haven't already)
You need the latest LAN driver.
The audio driver you can either download from Asus or from RealTek.
I have a HP 2000 Notebook PC that goes in a continue loop with a black screen. The operating system does not load. The fan works and the led power light is operational. A current system check reveals the last bios update being F.20 and UEFI update being 22.214.171.124. I downloaded the most current BIOS on an USB drive and attempted the BIOS update. The BIOS upgrade did not recognize the usb drive and I was unable to load the update. I downloaded the most current UEFI firmware and want to know how to upload it. Can anyone provide some assistance? Thank you and have a great day.More replies
I have, or had a laptop purchased 9 months ago, therefore under warranty. Yesterday the ThinkVantage System Update recommended a BIOS update. After the traditional recommendations about what should not shut down the computer, the laptop is reset and started with the update.
During execution, displayed on a screen command, a message "ERROR XXXX. Press any key to continue." After press the key the laptop was freezedy was completely blocked. After an hour without seeing response and no sign of life, I decided to turn it off to confirm the disaster. The laptop was dead.
The laptop began to beep and would not start. Before the panic generated by the situation, I searched the forums where I found several cases that refer to the same problem and the insinuation that makes LENOVO about the customer's responsibility to avoid recognizing the warranty.
I was not looking for a BIOS update, it was recommended by ThinkVantage System Update, the software executed it and damage the equipment.
Besides being a damage caused by the ThinkVantage System Update, the situation gets worse when the answer given by support insinuates that the customer turn off the computer, so it is a CID (Customer Induced Damage) and therefore the guarantee does not cover it. I do not understand how LENOVO may imply that the responsibility of the customer. Really disastrous.
In conclusion, if you are not needing to make a BIOS update, it is preferable to omit the BIOS update messages given to ThinkVantage System... Read more
Trying to download these updates. Have left computer on for hours to allow them to complete. It never does. Now I read in another post don't update for updating's sake. If that is the case, how can i tell the HP Support assistant (down in the right hand corner) to ignore these?More replies
once the update started it rained go maybe 15 seconds and just shut my computer off entertainment a bloatware screen say that the software ran in to an error and it would restart itself. I let the computer along for over an hour and finally restarted the system muse us in the power button. once I went to restart the system I only got a blackberry screen my computer is out of warranty and your dell bios update killed my motherboard I called dell they told me in not so many words my motherboard was Fried and they would not replace it. If I gave some on software I wrote and they installed it and it had no warning it would fry the I computer thatbwould be data to someone's personal property... DELL is this how you value your customers?More replies
once the update started it rained go maybe 15 seconds and just shut my computer off entertainment a bloatware screen say that the software ran in to an error and it would restart itself. I let the computer along for over an hour and finally restarted the system muse us in the power button. once I went to restart the system I only got a blackberry screen my computer is out of warranty and your dell bios update killed my motherboard I called dell they told me in not so many words my motherboard was Fried and they would not replace it. If I gave some on software I wrote and they installed it and it had no warning it would fry the I computer thatbwould be data to someone's personal property... DELL is this how you value your customers?
I called dell they told me in not so many words my motherboard was Fried and they would not replace it.
Dell just saying it's a "possibility" the motherboard might need to be replace. No one can tell you that motherboard is definite "Fried" without first looking at the system.
What is the system model number and version of windows before upgrading to windows 10? Example: Dell Inspiron 3543, windows 10
You're able to boot into BIOS(F2 key) and diagnostic (F12 key) ?
1. Power off computer
2. Power on computer, quickly start tapping F2 key ( BIOS) or F12 key( BIOS) continuously
Model: HP EliteBook 2560pOriginal OS: Windows 7Current OS: Windows 7 64 bit Problem:I tried to update the BIOS using this file:http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?sp4ts.oid=5071202&swItemId=ob_167641_1&swEnvOid=405...Released:3 Jun 2016Version F.62 Rev.A After performing BIOS update with sp76188.exe (7.7 MB) the system won't boot. No power problems occurred during the procedure. I have tried creating recovery USB Key, power up pressing Win+b, but the only effect is Caps Lock blinking and CPU fan working. Solutions for Phoenix BIOS won't work, because it isn't Phoenix BIOS, am I right? Do you have any ideas how to fix this? Best regards,macio232
Hello, please use the link below to download the link for latest drivers http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/swd/public/readIndex?sp4ts.oid=5071202&swLangOid=8&swEnvOid=4060 Please be advised there may be chances you will loose complete data while bios recovery please download the bios file on empty USB Stick and create USB recovery by running that file from the USB drive then follow the instructions as below: with the USB recovery media inserted on the unit Turn off the computer.Plug the notebook into a power source using the power adapter.Press and hold the Windows key and the B key at the same time while the computer is off.Still pressing the Windows and B keys, press and hold down the Powerbutton on the notebook for 1 second, and then release the Powerbutton and the keys.
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How do I reset the BIOS or update the BIOS and how can I make the USB drive boot in boot menu? I have been contacting Microsoft multiple times and they need this info to fix my problem.More replies
Now I don't want to shut down or restart my computer because I fear it won't boot up. This is awful. Is there anything I can do to restore my BIOS whilst my computer still works?
Argh is there ANYTHING I can do? I'm going to have to leave my computer on permanently otherwise.5 more replies
I bought this HP Probook 455 G3 and it has just run out of warranty which I intend to renew very soon. I don't like 8.1 or 10 so I spent more than I wanted to and I bought a new Windows 7 lappy that is a business laptop. I always do the recommended updates that I receive by E mail but one I never do which is the Bios update. The last time I did a Bios update on this lappy it wouldn't fire up afterwards. Rang tech help and after going through some troubleshooting it went back for repair. It came back working and luckliy i didn't have many pictures on it.Started from scratch and haven't had a problem since. I am now scared to do the Bios update. And.... Beofre I bought this laptop I bought a Windows 8.1 from HP direct . Hardly use it but update virus protection as necassary and last week there was a Bios update to perform. I also took out another 2 years warranty on it. Same think happened. Last week in fact. Wouldn't fire up afterwards. Again Tech help tried to help but in the end after frequent crashes it went in for repair on Friday. Good job I took out the extra warranty... I am now down to 1 laptop which I do not want to fail on me. I don't seem to have much luck with the Bios updates... Advice please? Is the Bios absolutely essential?More replies
Hi,I have this note book since 2013 it was running windows 8.0 I try to upgrade it to woindows 8.1 with no success. And I saw someone from the forum says if revert BIOS back to old version 01.05 will do. I tried it didn't help. Then I try again to update the bios to newest ver 01.31 .Now the computer take ages to boot up. "One drive shows script err" and can't even go to Store to down load it say "Your PC isn't connect to internet..." but my internet access and all the program is working just slow.Now what can I do? Go back to old Bios version? How? or you have any suggestion to upgrade to windows 8.1 or windows 10?Any help would be much appreciated. StanleyMore replies
hi, i have been hitting my head for long to get the answer of this question... and got no sophisticated answer in my google search, hopefully u guys could help me out..
well, they ask for BIOS UPDATE, gather your bios version n brand name, go for appropriate site nd have update..?
but the question that arise in my mind..(being tech student and encounter this bootstrap loader numerous times) is
BIOS IS A "ROM" CHIP, and so we must only be able to read from it..
then how is it possible to write on it and update the BIOS and more over, in my college books i find.. if u want to update your bios then u have to change your entire chip or sometime even motherboard
hopefully i will find sufficient answer.. thanx for anyhelp
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Hello, I have updated my HP Elite 8200 CMT from windows 7 to windows 10. In the HP driver download page, there is no BIOS update for windows 10. But I have noticed that there is BIOS update for Windows 7. The question is, may I use it on Windows 10 ? And in general, are BIOS updates OS dependant ?
Hi: You can pull the DOS based flash file folder out of the BIOS package, copy just the contents of the DOS flash folder to a USB flash drive formatted with the FAT file system. Plug the flash drive in a usb port, restart the PC, tap the ESC key to get the menu of options. Select the F10 System setup option to gain access to the BIOS. Select the File menu>Flash system ROM command. Select the USB flash drive. The PC will see the files on the flash drive. Follow the on screen prompts to update the BIOS. That way it makes no difference what operating system you are running. One very important note...I have read the installing the latest BIOS 2.29 causes issues with W10. There is a forum post regarding that... http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/HP-Compaq-8200-Elit...I am running v2.28 on my HP 8200 Elite CMT, and have no issues at all on W10. I read that post and decided not to update the BIOS to v2.29.2 more replies
CPU fan failed and PC would not boot except to "fan failure" message. Fan has been replaced, but now constantly getting blue screen error BSOD, which reads "WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR" and sometimes other errors. Windows tries to boot into recovery but BSODs again and again. What I've tried: 1) Reset BIOS to defaults. DONE - same behavior after reset to BIOS defaults. 2) Tried booting from USB drives (several) using Linux recovery tools (Kaspersky, Ubuntu Live, etc.). KERNEL PANIC, etc. 3) Downloaded BIOS update from HP and created BIOS update USB. Rebooted with USB key (I turned off secure boot, etc. to allow USB booting.) - NOTHING. I tried this both allowing BIOS to run untouched and by going into BIOS options (pressing ESC @ boot up) - no options anywhere to read/update BIOS. According to an HP Support doc, I tried updating the BIOS from w/in "HP PC Hardware Diagnostics UEFI". The version on this PC is version 126.96.36.199: I see no option to update UEFI (Flash BIOS). Options read as follows: System Information, System Tests, Component Tests, Test Logs, Language, Exit. What do I try next, please? BIOS: JA2 v80.35CPU: AMD A8-6500RAM: 8GB DDR3, single DIMM in slot 4. NOTE: System came w/ RAM in slot 4. Doesn't POST if RAM DIMM is in slot #1. Is this normal?More replies
Hey guys. I just bought a new PC for school and the HP Support Assistant program recommends an update to the BIOS. Now I know the update is available but I also know that you typically should only update if their is a problem as updating BIOS is risky if not done properly.Now since is a recommended update, I have already attempted the update and it has failed twice. I do not want to keep taking chances of messing up a brand new machine just for an update that may not even been necessary to begin with. What I would like to know, is what exactly does this update add/fix on this machine? I have already searched the Internet but have been unsuccessful in finding a description for this paticular update. If someone could please take a look at the attached screenshot and let me know what this update is for, I would be most appreciative. At least then I could make an informed decision on wether or not I'm going to attempt this update again. Thank you.More replies
I have an Optiplex 9010 AIO. This morning I was trying to update the BIOS of my system, from A10 to A13. During the update process it showed an error: "ME FW Update Failed: Internal error: FWU_Buffer " - please see the photo below. Although the update failed on the Management Engine part, it still boots up and running OK. I tried couple of times to update the BIOS, and each time I got the same error. I tried to flash the A12 and A11 BIOS as well, A12 gives same error, and A11 has the same Management Engine version hence no use.
Any help on this is very much appreciated!
Can you provide a screen shot showing the current BIOS version?
I am trying to get my system to reconize my new 60gig IBM HDD. It will show 61 in the bios (with incorrect cylinders, heads ect) but only 8.4 after boot up. After searching this site (by the way is great) I have come to realize that I either need to update my bios or attemp to use a "overlay" program. It's all new to me but I have contacted Award Bios for an evaluation on wich update I need (still waiting back from them). I have been looking at EZ-Disc for $19 from there site and it look like it could be a fix also. My main question (s) are should I go with the update or EZ? Does Award charge for the updates? Is this actually a fix? I did a Belarc Advisor profile and come up with this- System Model (I'm not sure what this means) VIA Tech. VT82C692BX, Main Circ. Board 693-596-ITE8661. BIOS- Award 4.51 PG 01/06/00. I'm using Win. 98 SE w/ 500mghz Celeron. Any insight would be appreciated. thanks Jason
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Hello, My Lenovo (end 2013 model) is dead. When I push the power button, nothing happens. I have checked the power supply - it is OK. Black screen, nothing happens. I have tried to connet to external screen. Nothing.Since I have seen that there are many postings regarding similar issue, is there a Lenovo action to fix this?More replies
My fan is buzzing and there is no air coming outside so It is overheating (since may be like 3 months)I try to find a replacement to my fan but unfortunately didn't find one (in Egypt) so is there any chance to get one at any cost, As it is really important.I found y510 fan replacement (not y510p) so it will work or NOT ? And where can I get/order new y510p fan ??
Hi Mustafa_mah ,
Welcome to the Community Forums.
Would you have the machine number ? Check on the machine number from the sticker or check it from here ,just keep your serial number confidential.
The same Parts look up page would also gave you the parts listing. Reference guide on disassembly on page 59 of the hardware manual similar to page 86 item 5.
5 VIQY1 Thermal Module(Y510p) part number 90202747
Using the part number may be able to help you search with the compatible parts as also indicated on the look up page by calling tech support and have you transffered to the parts sales department. This article discuss options to purchase FRU parts including quickpick option or other third party resellers .
Hope this help answer your query.
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My fan is buzzing and there is no air coming outside so It is overheating (since may be like 3 months)I try to find a replacement to my fan but unfortunately didn't find one (in Egypt) so is there any chance to get one at any cost, As it is really important.I found y510 fan replacement (not y510p) so it will work or NOT ? And where can I get/order new y510p fan ??More replies
Is it possible to overclock the GPU and CPU a lil' bit in my y510p ?? If yes, could you please tell me how much can i boost it up and if it's worth it though...?
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If you use the Intel Xtreme Tuning utility you can adjust the multipliers but that is all. The CPU already runs way to hot (and throttles as a result) so overclocking it will only make it worse. I did the opposite and undervolted mine so not only does it run cooler but it doesn't throttle anymore so it actually runs faster then a stock one.9 more replies
I installed Windows 10 last year and had to uninstall it due to wi-fi connectivity dropping. Searching the internet, this seemed to be a frequent problem and Lenova did not support Windows 10 for the Y510P and did not provide drivers. I really liked windows 10 and would love to go back to it. Is anyone running it, and how did you resolve the wi-fi connectivity issue? I see on the Lenova Website they still don't list Windows 10 for this model. Too bad. Makes me really dislike Lenova products when they don't support OS upgrades.More replies
So, my y510p is having really anoying problem. Sometimes computer works fine (really rarely) but usually it just doesnt start. I need to press powerbutton atleast 50 times until it finally start, and when it starts the screen is just blinking black and keys are blinking too, the problem becoming more general when it gets "cold" (Cold = normal indoor temperature 22 celsius) it also takes ages to get windows screen I have already visited warranty with my laptop and it was there 1.5 months, and they changed keyboard (why?!?!) and send it back, they said that they run some tests without any problems. Then i got my computer back, NOTHING CHANGED, same problems and all, what should i do?! I have already soft-reseted, reseted bios and reseted whole system, nothing works! Could you please be in touch with the store i bought it from, because I want my money back for not-working laptop worth 1200e in my country. They said that i need to send my computer back to warranty, for another 1.5 month journey (what is over what they promised, they said 10-15 workdays) PLEASE HELP ME! anything but not another warranty trip! I also have very good video of the problem if you want me to send it to you. My model is the one with 750M and 24gb ssd cache.
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up, i need help!!!! Lenovo you are just ignoring this, please answer..8 more replies
My PC's motherboard is Asus M4A88T-M and CPU is AMD Phenom(tm)IIx6 1045T 2.70Ghz. When I try to open the EZ Flash 2 to update a new Bios version, it has no response as the "Download" is in "White" color.
The present Ver is 2403 and it was installed by MFG at Dec. 23, 2010.
Please advice how to download a newer version of Bios.
Do you have a specific reason to update your BIOS? Is something not working right?
Flashing a BIOS is something you should only do as a last resort and only if absolutely necessary. Doing it wrong, or if power is interrupted, can brick your motherboard.
I installed the new bios update for HP Pavilion p6-2100. System informationsays I still have 7.23 version, not 7.23A. Bios date is still 2012. The bios appeared to flash ok. Not sure why I appear to have the old bios.
Hi @gayle56 ,
I have brought your issue to the attention of an appropriate team within HP. They will likely request information from you in order to look up your case details or product serial number. Please look for a private message from an identified HP contact. Additionally, keep in mind not to publically post ( serial numbers and case details).
If you are unfamiliar with how the Forum's private message capability works, you can learn about that here.
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Is there anyone that know how to update bios on abit kt7a? I have downloaded awdflash utility,bios ver 7N. I want help, not links
If that's an award bios, go create a dos boot disk or download one and put the files in a floppy disk. Put the new bios file and the flash utility in the disk as well. Restart your PC with the floppy disk. In the prompt type [name of flash utility] [name of bios file] and click enter.
hello i have a laptop (Advent roma 1000)
which does not work properly no more... last time it did was before i cleaned it's fan
it keeps shutting down on me every 2-3 minutes....im not sure whether the bios or the motherboard is the problem , im currently writing on my other laptop which is exactly the same...advent roma 1000....so can someone please tell me how do i update my bios...
Bios version: Phoenix 1.5AD
SMBIOS VERSION :2.5...
i deleted the OS from the laptop as i dont want the problem to get any serios then it already is....im thinking of putting a windows 8 on it as it doesnt use the proccesor that much...some help on how to update my bios would be usefful thanx
I don't know why you want to update the bios if you have cleaned the fan.
Maybe accidentely you have loosen something in your motherboard, look for that and tighting it up.
On the other hand you say that you own two similar laptops, if the good one is working fine then see what the version of the bios is and act accordingly to the malfunctioning one.
I want to update the Bios of a Probook 640 G2, Win 7 Pro 64.On the HP site there is a download, for v01.02 http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?sp4ts.oid=8430732&swItemId=ob_163103_1&swEnvOid=405... Downloaded the SP74154 file, ran it, when asked restarted the laptop: the result I got after starting up: "The system could not find one of the BIOS Update binary files. Please make sure the correct BIN fileis located on the system hard drive or on removable USB Key under the "Hewlett-Packard\BIOS\New" folderor under the "EFI\HP\BIOS\New" folder. It may also be placed under the "Hewlett_Packard\BIOS\Previous" folderor under the "EFI\HP\BIOS\Previous" folder.[OK] Even if I made the folders and put in the .bin files, ran the SP74514 file again, I got the same message and the BIOS is not updated.Would gladly have it because we have issues with wifi not working after we undock it and take it to a conference room. So anybody has a solution???Thx!
Hello! Welcome to the HP Support forum. Thank you for posting. Could you elaborate for me when exactly you get this message - during PC start-up before Windows is loaded OR after Windows is loaded ? There are multiple ways to update the BIOS - try with other methods: Use HP Support Assistant to download updates for this HP computer including BIOS/UEFI updates as mentioned in the product's manual. Here is how to use HPSA:>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rzLspKRGoSY>> http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03467905 Try the other option to update the existing BIOS from within the existing BIOS/UEFI:>> http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00042629#AbT1 Let me know if this works.1 more replies
I have a HP pavilion pc (WinXP) and I will update the Bios, but I havn`t done before; Can you tell me how I do it!
I think the more important question is why do you think this is needed? BIOS Updates are for specific purposes. You need to make sure that a BIOS update is required by the manufacturer of the product the BIOS update is targeted for. Updating BIOS without a purpose is not recommended. If in fact you do need a BIOS upgrade you should go to the site of the product that is causing the need and get their specific instructions. If it's Motherboard, go to HP, If it's Daughter Cards, go to the card manufacturers site. Updating BIOS when not required may cause serious operabilty issues.
Be (Update) Safe
Da Bleepin AniMod, Animal
Is it safe to use this update from Intel?
Name of MB: Intel Warm Springs WS440BX
Chipset: Intel Natoma 82440BX
Type of BIOS: Phoenix (10/09/98)
The date shows that it hasn't been updated in a long time.
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Hi I just found out new bios are available
Trouble is which one ?
And of course is there an easy way to load them after download the file ?
Caveman language please
The squared one is current,
The under lined one is what shows with latest the screen shot is with all versions showing
Download the latest one ... Extract the Folder you should have a folder called FlashBIOSOP ... In that folder there is a nice PDF file for you to Read ...9 more replies
Hi, i am trying to update my BIOS. I went to insyde website (thats the bios manufactor) but then no longer provide the end user support downloads or whatever... and next then i went to acer (my system brand) and they have a few BIOS updates but i do not know which one to choose... any help... what should i do
First, the BIOS should only be upgraded if there are applicable fixes or added support. Basically, "if it ain't broke don't fix it". A failed BIOS update on many systems and the motherboard is toast and will have to be replaced as many systems do not have a recovery feature for a failed/corrupted BIOS.
The PC vendor (Acer in this case) should be the ONLY source for any BIOS update.
As far as which update, the latest version should be the one to use. In most cases the latest version includes whatever updates there were in earlier versions, along with the current updates.
I have the asus a7v8x board and updateing the bios with the asus update is great.. your able to update your bios from within windows with that program.. now i have 2 other systems 1 with an abit board and another with a shuttle board and i'd like to update both of their bios's, and i'd like to do it within windows like with the asus, my question is, is there a program out there that would work on these board like the asus updater works on the a7v8x board??? i'd like to update the bios files on these boards from within windows...
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Hi guys! I have a dell optiplex GX1, and the latest bios update for it is ver.A10. So the driver download from the dell website makes diskette (floppy) boot copies, and then the install has to run from that floppy. The problem that I dont have a floppy and dont know where to get it from. So is there a way or download of this latest bios update ver.A10 for optiplex GX1, that when executed wil install the drivers directly rather then having to copy them to a diskette and then installing.
Why are you wanting to update the BIOS?
Generally it is a bad idea to update that unless the update is designed solve a problem you are having
In spite of having used Windows Upgrade Advisor before trying to load W7 on my Dell Inspiron 1720 (32 bit running Vista), and been told that all was well, I cannot load W7 because of an error message that the BIOS needs an update. I have been to Dell's site, looked up my model and tried to down load the BIOS update. All I seem to download is the Dell Download software. I am completely lost as to what to do. Can anyone help please?
Try downloading this.
Drivers & Downloads
1. Click Download.
2. Select the second option to download it via Browser.
3. Make sure u've run the program after downloading and have successfully update/flash the BIOS using the program.
Just to make sure everything is gonna be OK,...
I've REUPLOADED a mirror for the BIOS updater for Dell Inspiron 1720 (Version: A09)
Download Link for the Mirror: 1720_A09.EXE | localhostr.com - share … anything
Tell if you have problems downloading (or other related probs)
Hi, I have an Acer XC-603, and would like to update it to the latest BIOS. As an I.T. Engineer I thought it would be a walk in the park for me, but I've followed their instructions to the tee, plus I've tried a few other tricks, yet no success.
I would like to load the 'P11-B0L' BIOS;Acer | Download , but doing as they suggest results in failure. I've tried placing the BIOS on a bootable USB, but even that doesn't want to work!?
Has anybody with this system succeeded where I've failed?
Your link goes to a generic Acer download page and I can't find the XC-603.
Are you having an issue that the later BIOS says to fix?
Hi All, I have a compaq presario laptop that boots up to a black screen with no bios access. It has lights that flashes twice in intervals which means my bios is corrupted and needs updating. My Problem is according to HPs support page and video tutorial I could go to the downloads and download the Bios update and have the option to create a usb thumb drive for the black screen computer, So after downloading the bios update on my second computer and starting to execute it, it no longer gives me the option to create a usb flash as shown in the tutorial on hp's site. It brings up insydeflash and gives me this warning Warning:You are about to update BIOS. Please be adviced:a.Be sure your computer is running on external power.b.Before continuing, close all applications.c.Your system will automatically shut down after update.Which makes me think it is gonna install it on the computer i am currently using which is a dell computer.More replies
some simple advise would be appreciatd.
I have downloadedthe bios for this board but am too stupid to boot into dos as per the instructions.
all the later boards I have used had a utility in the bios.
What do I need to do.
The first line of the 'How to manage and update your bos' off the asus site says 1. create a bootable floppy by typing format a:/s....... I am in xp and cannot do this .can I?
I have a disk with the aflash and the bios but so far am stuffed.
I basically want to use this mobo with my 1.4 Tbird but at the moment 1.o is all it can support.
Any help much appreciated.
All you need is a boot disk http://www.bootdisk.com is a good place to get one if you don't have/know how to make one. And the disk with your BIOS update. Just boot from the floppy and follow the instructions you were given. If you are still unclear, just post back.
HP Support Assistant lists an update for system BIOS (Softpaq # SP76361, version F.28AP1). I downloaded and installed and restarted when prompted. No evidence of failure to install--BUT the Support Assistant continues to display a message that this update is available, and the Action Log does not appear to have the BIOS Update listed. msinfo.exe shows BIOS Version/Date as: Insyde F.28, 6/14/2016. Have I successfully updated the BIOS? If so, how do I make the Support Assistant stop prompting to update? If not, why did I not get a message indicating failure when I tried to update. Thank you,ElaineMore replies
I need to update my bios to get my battery working but to update my bios my battery needs to work im kinda stuck help please.
the story is i bought a new battery not a dell original and it wont charge i found very simaler stories all over the internet to yahoo answers to dell forums nobody was given a solution except to buy a dell battery i dont want to do that i just want help with this one
EXACTLY what model Dell? Why do you need a BIOS update?
How do I know if the BIOS update worked on my computer? I can't see if the update worked or not. What is the latest version of the BIOS for my computer? I downloaded the BIOS update from the HP Support Assistant on my computer. After downloading the new BIOS and then after the restart, it doesn't show whether or not the update was installed. There is no information on the update at all anymore. The BIOS update does not show in the "action log" in the HP Support Assistant, so it makes me think the update didn't work? My product number is P0A42AV. The current Bios information shows as :F.08-06/16/2016.
Whistlingdixiee wrote:How do I know if the BIOS update worked on my computer? I can't see if the update worked or not. What is the latest version of the BIOS for my computer? I downloaded the BIOS update from the HP Support Assistant on my computer. After downloading the new BIOS and then after the restart, it doesn't show whether or not the update was installed. There is no information on the update at all anymore. The BIOS update does not show in the "action log" in the HP Support Assistant, so it makes me think the update didn't work? My product number is P0A42AV. The current Bios information shows as :F.08-06/16/2016.F.08 Rev.A (Jul 17, 2016) is the latest BIOS version available for your notebook. If you ever need to see which BIOS version you're running, you can open the System Information utility from the Start Menu or boot into the BIOS (F10) to check. You can find all of the latest HP drivers/software on your notebook's Software & Driver Downloads page here.3 more replies
I dled the newest bio from asus, but i have no idea how to make it update. How do i manually update my bios?
You need to flash it, with the software. There's also a utility that will let you do this.
It's not recommeneded to flash your mobo's BIOS unless you REALLY need to.
If you screw up, you screw up for good.
And hello Brad.
I wish to update Bios version,Earlier OS win 7 64 bit upgraded free to win 10 64 bit.Now I am getting notifications from microsoft to update BIOS Version for anniversary update.I am not getting BIOS Update from Manufacturers website i.e.DELL. Pl.Help
Microsoft doesn't send messages to update your bios. You might want to post in our malware forum.4 more replies
I have an EVGA motherboard as listed below. I have never updated the bios since it was assembled back in May and was wondering if I would see a performance increase by updating it and if so how.
Rule of thumb is " unless a bios update address's a particular problem then DON'T update"
Updating the bios incorrectly can render the motherboard useless
Wasn't sure where to post this but my question is as follows. I noticed that a lot of motherboard sites say don't update the bios if your system is running fine. Wouldn't newer bios releases always be better than the one you have?
Have a look at this website. It may help to explain a few things about the BIOS.
I know nx9030 is an old system but I just put Win 7 32bit and I'm sure I need to update bios could you provide that for me please
Cdesir. Sorry no W7 drivers or BIOS update. http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/swd/public/readIndex?sp4ts.oid=441564 REO1 more replies
When I restarted my notebook today (10-Jun-2016) it displayed a message saying that the BIOS was being updated but could not proceed because the machine was not plugged in. I plugged it in and let it continue. Now my fingerprint scanner has stopped working again!... I had to re-load Win10 recently to get it back after a registry corruption and I don't want to have to re-load again so what can I do to get my fingerprint scanner back? Thanks.More replies
I found a new BIOS dated Oct 2016. When I downloaded the program and ran it, it notified me that it couldn't find pmxdll32e.dll. The screen to update the bios came up, but I cancelled it as I didn't know the implications of running without this dll. Has anyone had this problem? Thanks in advance SteveMore replies
Well i hope u can help me with my little problem.
Recently i had a problem with my motherboard, is an Intel Desktop Board D845WN all began when i tried to put a memory Kingston KVR 100X72C3/512IS, originally i had installed two Value Ram KVR 133X64C2/256 and one Apacer 512 UNB PCL133 CL3 since i put that memory I cant boot with my hard drive, the Bios dosent allow me to choose them to boot, some friends told me to update my Bios, but really dont want to do that, not alone, thats why am asking for your help so u can tell me what to do.
Updating the BIOS is a bit dangerous, but if you follow all the isntructions it is pretty safe.
First, I would try removing all the memory except one module of 256. Then reboot to see what happens.
For the BIOS, Go to intel and read this:
ore read the info release:
You will find the BIOS at
The BIOS is named:
P15 dated 05/29/2003
Intel lflash.BIOS.update [HV86AP15BI.EXE] or similar
Just click on the right where it says "download"
If your computer doesn't need it, it won't install.
It is best to copy it to a floppy disc then boot to the floppy to install it, unless the Intel instructions are different.
I have downloaded the correct BIOS update from Lenovo. I have followed the instructions they provided but I cannot update the BIOS. I run the application "o1wjy27usa.exe" with Administrator privileges, but nothing happens. I get a folder on my drive "C:\SWTOOLS\FLASH\O1WJY27USA" with various different files inside, but that's all what happens. In the instructions it states that once I've run "o1wjy27usa.exe" with Administrator privileges I should see a confirmation prompt "Proceed with BIOS update now?". Click "Yes" to continue, but I don't !Am I doing something wrong ? Is there something else I should be doing ?I hope someone can help/assist.Thanks.
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