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I NEED HELP ASAP

FaithOfDeath
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Hello, I kinda fcked up by Shutting down my laptop while the bios update himself (sorry for my bad English) Can I fix it fast and without giving it to some specialist bcus I will get really fked my by parents. 

 

I accidentally turned off my laptop while the bios updated himself and now I don't know what to do I'm really fking scared to do something without someone to tell me what. Please help 

 

Q Why does your English sucks

A. English is my second language 

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1 minute ago, dilpickle said:

Start by telling us what hardware you have.

Laptop or? if that's the question. I'm on a laptop. My English really sucks rn I can't think normally rn 

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Unless your motherboard has dual BIOS then it's dead, I think everything else should be OK except the motherboard.

 

The only options are; you could either try replacing the BIOS chip, send the motherboard to the manufacturer or buy a new motherboard.

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1 minute ago, StewySphinx65 said:

Unless your motherboard has dual BIOS then it's dead, I think everything else should be OK except the motherboard.

 

The only options are; you could either try replacing the BIOS chip, send the motherboard to the manufacturer or buy a new motherboard.

How can I do that on a laptop?

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If it is a newer HP laptop, it has flashback as a possibility, not guaranteed to work, still trying to get mine to work (HP pushed a bad bios and it crashed itself while updating)

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Just now, BiotechBen said:

If it is a newer HP laptop, it has flashback as a possibility, not guaranteed to work, still trying to get mine to work (HP pushed a bad bios and it crashed itself while updating)

No, I'm with Lenovo My Ideapad 330-15IGM

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3 minutes ago, FaithOfDeath said:

How can I do that on a laptop?

When you said PC so I assumed it was a tower not a laptop. tbh I didn't know you could do a bios update on a laptop.

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2018 MacBook Air | CPU: 1.6 GHz (i5-8210Y) dual‑core Intel Core i5, Turbo Boost 3.6 GHz, with 4 MB L3‑cache | RAM: 8 GB of 2133 MHz LPDDR3 SDRAM | GPU: Intel UHD Graphics 617 with up to 1.5 GB LPDDR3 SDRAM | Storage: 128 GB PCIe-based SSD | Display: 13.3", native 2560 x 1600 pixels (16:10, 227 ppi) IPS.

 

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Phone

iPhone 11 Pro Max | Space Grey | 64 GB

 

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SONY BRAVIA XH80 43" 4K UHD HDR SMART TV

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10 minutes ago, StewySphinx65 said:

When you said PC so I assumed it was a tower not a laptop. tbh I didn't know you could do a bios update on a laptop.

Idk man I just wanted to download the correct drivers on my laptop because that guy who reinstalled my windows downloaded the UHD graphics and my Video card is AMD Radeon 530 

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The BIOS had nothing to do with that - but no, on a laptop like this if it doesn't start up anymore there's nothing you can do without specialized equipment. Need a pro to help.

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2 minutes ago, Kilrah said:

The BIOS had nothing to do with that - but no, on a laptop like this if it doesn't start up anymore there's nothing you can do without specialized equipment. Need a pro to help.

That means I will get really fked by my parents... Fck... 

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Look man, honesty is the best policy with parents. Just tell them, "my laptop was updating and it accidentally got turned off and now it isn't turning back on" 

You'll get a lecturing, but it'll be less than the one for trying to hide it from them. I speak from experience.

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