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bios update froze-turned off computer-black screen

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by bren48, May 8, 2012.

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  1. bren48

    bren48 Thread Starter

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    Laptop froze during bios update-turned off-now black screen no beeps only sound is something running steadily all lights are on tried removing battery and power cord and holding down power button for 1 min no change any suggestions??
     
  2. crjdriver

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    I believe some lenovo laptops have a bios recovery procedure and some do not. Either search the lenovo site or post your exact model and I can search for you.

    What was the reason for updating the bios? Was there some fix you needed?
     
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    I did some research on my model but can't seem to find the exact answer regarding a bios reset procedure. The reason for bios update was because during routine updates from lenovo it was included with no way to back out of it. The exact computer is a thinkpad edge 14" 64 bit model no. 19923us. Thank you so much and i really appreciate anything you can tell me!
     
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