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stuck at reboot loop (Black screen) after BIOS update.

the problem started when i updated my BIOS from F23 to F24 with the help of gigabyte app center. Updating Bios isn't my first time, but updating from F23 to F24 didn't work out for me, it did the usual thing and i didn't turn of the computer while it was updating and i left to update on its own. It usually takes couple restart to update the BIOS but this time, It went into boot loop and didn't boot into windows, it shows the Gigabyte screen and turns back on again and again, I have this problem since yesterday noon, i tried to fix it by jumper to short the CMOS, removed the battery, removed ram, these options didn't work out for me so i decided to go with flashing the old bios version, but when i turned on the desktop in the morning it was able to the gigabyte screen and later decided to go to flash the bios using USB drive, soon i ran out of that option too cause now my monitor is total black and it doesn't show gigabyte screen, there are no beep sounds from the intel Speaker.

Motherboard - Gigabyte H110-s2
processor - i5 6500

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Sounds like the motherboard is bricked. 

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damn i lost my MB.

Thank you for replying to the post.

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1. NEVER EVER do that from Windows. Use a working quality USB Thumb drive and either from DOS, or the BIOS Setup.

 

2. Contact gigabyte, maybe they are able to help.

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2 minutes ago, Stefan Payne said:

1. NEVER EVER do that from Windows. Use a working quality USB Thumb drive and either from DOS, or the BIOS Setup.

 

2. Contact gigabyte, maybe they are able to help.

1st option isn't gonna cause it shows black screen cant even get into bios to flash with USB drive.

2nd option is all Ive left. already contacted gigabyte, waiting for their reply.

Thank you stefan.

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