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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.I don't know why the official HP website even makes such updates available.Is there a way I can reset the BIOS, hard reset, through USB of something?After updating bios of msi 7142 mother board on reboot the machine don't give any display as my pc is branded i hope it does not support the bios downloaded from msi .Now i have backup of original bios as the pc don't have any display how to restore original bios one more thing the floppy drive is not working in my machine Did you try resetting the BIOS with the clear CMOS jumper? This forum has many stories of failed BIOS updates. Consult the instructions that came with the update to see what, if any, recovery options are available. But considering the often dire consequences of a failure you should take such updates very seriously.Even a BIOS update from the same retail board but different version numbers often need a different BIOS.Just deciding that the branded board is the same but that they just wanted to remove the overclocking options (while possible) is not necessarily the case.

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In this example, this is a picture of an early AMIBIOS, a type of BIOS manufactured by the AMI.You may need to press the Fn Key - one to the left of the spacebar - and probably F6 to switch the display to the external source.Short for Basic Input/Output System, the BIOS (pronounced bye-oss) is a ROM chip found on motherboards that allows you to access and set up your computer system at the most basic level.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.

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