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I have the M2N78-LA (Violet6). There is no IDE or floppy connector on the board. I extracted the .ROM file but need a way to insert it. Any ideas? 

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I know trying to use a USB stick didn't work in my circumstance, however it MAY work in your circumstance... 

http://www.bios-mods.com/bios-recovery/ami-bios-recovery/

 

I didn't follow their method listed above so it may be worth a try. They mention using the "primary" USB port on the computer. I guess that means keep trying the ports until it tries to read from the USB stick.

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I have a Pavilion P7-1154 with the AMD chip.  I have followed this thread and com up with a file that will not fit on a floppy disk.  What do I do about that?  It is 2,048 KB,

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Can you take a screen capture of the folder and post that picture on here maybe by hosting a link to the picture from imageshack or photobucket? just want to make sure that you really did extract the rom file and aren't talking about the zip archive file or something of the sort.

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 My HP pavilion g7-1131sf have ask for update BIOS and i have update it but it was take a long time so that i unplug batery out so now my laptop cannot start and cannot find bios just LED on capslock and munlock only no beeps sound. i have try to recovery my bios for a week but it cannot help me. I've try win+b and fn+b but it doesn't work why.

        **bleep** i try to recovery my laptop all days all nights but no any answer to help me.

and my parent always complent me i have cry all days cause this laptop and my parent complented.

 

so who have any idia tell me please now i have no money to buy a new please

 

HP why ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????

 

HELP 

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I was in pocess of update bois for my HP pavilion g7-1251si,  and i saw screen turn off, i though it jus a sleep mode and i left it like that for more than 10m long, after that long i starting press all button but nothing respond and i deside to unplug battery and charger out of laptop, to plug again nothing respond onscreen, no dispay, what does only light blinking  on tree button on keboard " caps lock, num lock and f12 is not blinking nut ON, fan running fast no stop, no beep, please please anyone who have idea to help me out to recovery my laptop be working again please.

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Hello NENWA

 

I am sorry to hear that you are having an issue with your computer booting back up. I would recommend that you read the HP Support document titled Restoring the BIOS located here and attempt to restore your BIOS using the HP BIOS Restore Tool back to a previous working version of the BIOS. This should get you back up and running.

 

I hope this helps resolve your issue. Thank you for posting on the HP Forums. Have a great weekend! 



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I heard you can flash the bios with AFU.  Does anyone know how to do that?

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Hi I tried AMIBOOT.ROM and just tried another HPBIOS.ROM and when I boot the rig, the floppy clicks for a split second and stops then nothing...

 

Ribbon looks fine and has the pin block outs plus I have the non twisted end on the board, and twisted end plugged into the floppy drive... Drive is known to work since I copied the file successfully over in Windows XP Mini PE Hirens 15.1 v2, Windows 7 hates floppies.

 

Could it be the ribbon?  It's not a solid light and the floppy worked fine on my other computer "Different Ribbon" mind you.  So now the Floppy disk 1.44MB has the one HPBIOS.ROM on it fresh formated FAT filesystem...

 

Any help?


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