In the event that a recovery procedure cannot be performed you can do the steps below: First off, you will need to open up the computer case and change a jumper on the motherboard into the “Recovery Mode Position”.
Nearly all Intel Based motherboards and some 3rd party motherboards have a jumper or switch to recover the BIOS.
Either you didn’t listen to this warning, something interrupted the update or you used the wrong BIOS update leaving you with a corrupted BIOS.
If your BIOS is now corrupt you will be unable to reboot and try the BIOS flash again, not easily anyway.
A lot of computer technicians are other experienced computer users update their BIOS at some point usually because of a motherboard reporting temperatures wrong, not detecting certain hardware, not working with certain hardware or to allow the motherboard to accept larger hard drives.
This article has steps you can perform to restore your BIOS and save your motherboard.
Thankyou for replying, yes for desktop CMOS usually works for BIOS issues but neither i know where the CMOS is neither i want to do that because laptop is just 1 months old and in warranty the only reason behind why i am trying to resolve it on my own is, I have got a paper in 2 days and at warranty its gonna take weeks. If not, then I'd go with what Forza said about sending it to HP.
recently I did a bios update on my laptop (Lenovo z50-75) and it had to shut down to install so it did and when I went to turn It on it was just a black screen I could hear the fan and everything starting up but no display.
I don't know if anyone knows a better solution for this, but imho the best thing you could try is sending the laptop back to HP for warranty. I guess ppl just like to downvote questions they cant [email protected] If the laptop is a month old, you should be able to take it back to the shop you purchased it from for them to exchange it for another.
I waited for more than hour for any response, but there was none.
I searched the internet and found out that a lot people don't update their BIOS in HP laptops.
If that doesn't do the trick, it's time to go shopping for a new board. And failures can occur even if you do everything correctly.
A BIOS update should only be done when it specifically addresses a problem you are having.