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8300 BIOS recovery after flashing

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HP Compaq Elite 8300
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello, some details on start:

-- HP Compaq Elite 8300 (2012 release)

I've install windows 10 x64 and after that, I've updated BIOS from v.2.05 to 3.04 and everything was alright till I've changed to UEFI mode and secure boot. After reset, screen doesn't respond. HDD is booting but i can't do anything. I have 2 same HP, so I've tested screen, mouse, keyboard and HDD's - everything is fine. What can I do to reset, recover my BIOS or BIOS Settings without screen? and the point is - I can't open computer - it's sealed with special cover with certificate. is there chance to input some soft or something on flash drive or CD/DVD?

Thanks alot!

Greetings!

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Problem solved. I've install BIOS Configuration Utility, and then in cmd.exe I've reset my BIOS. If someone have questions, just ask!

Greets!

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Ok, I have some new info.

I've swap HDD to working one and updated nvidia graphics drivers, after I've swap back HDD's screen is working back but after windows is loaded. Screen still doesnt working without windows with graphics card drivers, also I can't enter BIOS and do it "blind".

I've tried to flash BIOS from windows but it ain't help. Is there any way to reset BIOS without pushing "yellow" button on motherboard? Greets!

 

EDIT:

I think it's something about Advanced BIOS Options.

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Problem solved. I've install BIOS Configuration Utility, and then in cmd.exe I've reset my BIOS. If someone have questions, just ask!

Greets!

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