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Ok so the laptop I'm using is (HP HDX X16-1375DX Premium Notebook PC)
after the bios update the computer won't power, the power light flashes once and nothing else happens.
I really need some help I don't hear the HDD running or the fans
post #2 of 7
Looks like the bios update bricked you system or something happened during the update that cause you system to fail. Might have to call HP on that.
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Originally Posted by NexusRed View Post

Looks like the bios update bricked you system or something happened during the update that cause you system to fail. Might have to call HP on that.
They would not help me because the computer is out of warranty
post #4 of 7
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Anyone could really use some help
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Originally Posted by micahking View Post

Anyone could really use some help

Well... if it's really a botched BIOS upgrade, you'll have to reflash the bios chip with the proper tools, which I'm guessing that you don't have (hardware tools, not software)... possibly it can be DIY'ed, but for that we'll have to know what BIOS/EFI chip you've got, and even so, I've only done that for ATX MB's, so I'm not sure how a laptop one would fare..
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Well... if it's really a botched BIOS upgrade, you'll have to reflash the bios chip with the proper tools, which I'm guessing that you don't have (hardware tools, not software)... possibly it can be DIY'ed, but for that we'll have to know what BIOS/EFI chip you've got, and even so, I've only done that for ATX MB's, so I'm not sure how a laptop one would fare..
The BIOS is (insydeh20) any help world be appreciated
post #7 of 7
I think your boned buddy. Not really much you can do if you don't have the equipment to re flash or send for depot warranty.
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