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Tyler31
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When I power on I get a black screen with system info, no key shortcuts work.CMOS reset didn't work.

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HP 22 all in one pc
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After a Windows Update that turned into a BIOS update my computer is stuck on a black screen with system info and "Press esc to enter startup menu" esc did not work so I tried pressing f10,F1, Esc, and f2 while booting up, and in the right corner it said "setup,Diagnostics, Startup menu " ,etc, but no buttons I pressed worked.  Next I decided to reset the CMOS by removing its battery, waiting, and putting it back in. I did this 2x. Nothing works, Please help. 

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BIOS updates

 

google why not to allow that.

220 million and counting (and worse if you could deep scan all forums on all PCs)

 

https://www.google.com/search?ei=l8DDX_XlAqXP5gLUxoygAw&q=bios+update+killed+my+pc&oq=bios+update+ki...

 

 

 

NO warranty answers by me.
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