I did not use any for years, so about 20th floppy i tried was finally ok and without bad tracks :-) 3) I created the rescue disc. Since the laptop does not have a floppy drive, USB floppy dirve must be used.
otherwise you would flash the wrong bios.4) I connected the foppy drive to the laptop, removed the battery and the power cord, pressed Fn ESC, while still pressing the keys, i connected the power cord and turn on the laptop.
I was, for the record, trying to press the Insert button, so if yours has these separated-- as my Toshiba does-- then I'd start with that. After Windows installed, the laptop rebooted and stopped working. Please , dude this is due the this file have several file which are used after installlation as drivers , application etc if that file is corrupted then this problem occurs so install fresh copy of win 7Hiii... I (strongly) think that the problem is caused by the "Asus F8 conflicted with the Windows F8" If you don't understand: "Windows F8": when you press F8 at boot, an option list appears, so you can choose to go into Safe Mode, for example (works below Win 8); "Asus F8": when you press F8 at boot, it leads you to the Boot Selection menu HP Pavilion Desktop x64 (Win7): When I updated the bios, it did show as completed but when I restarted the computer, it did not boot.
Hello, i managed to do a bad flash on my Amilo Pro V2045 - i inserted the flash CD and boot, i says that i was booting, but nothing more, i thought i was frozen so i reseted it and after then the laptop was dead - could be turned on, but no image on the screen. 5) Nothing was on the screen, but laptop started beeping and after few seconds, the floppy drive started to work. I left it running for another 3 minutes just to be sure the flashing was complete.
I also tried numerous key combinations listed on the web to make this work - Win B, Win F, Fn B, Fn F, Win ESC, none of these work. I tried the procedure at first with battery plugged in - it did not work.After downloading, the computer shutdown but upon reboot, computer would not boot up. Here's how I solved the problem (though I can't tell you why it worked, other than it obviously reset the CMOS).Instead, I received one long beep and two short beeps. Is there a way to return to the default bios settings on this computer? HP's 'Health Check' recommended that I flash the BIOS of our new HP Dv7-1175. The utility for flashing the BIOS ran, seemed to work, shut down the computer. 1) Turned off the computer 2) Removed Battery and disconnected power cord.But when the bios was wrong, it required the battery to be out.Finding the correct driver for your device has never been easier.