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Maxime2
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Bios update bricked probook g6

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Probook 440 g6
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello,

I have a probook 440 g6 (I5, mx130). I  installed the bios 01.10.00 Rev.A and now it's bricked. 

I updated the bios bacause I had issues with the fan noise ( speed changing all the time).

 

I downloaded the bios on hp website, I followed all the instructions. The computer restarted and installed the bios and after that it stucked on the hp logo. I decided to let it pluged in all the night to let it finish the update.

The next morning it was still on hp logo, so I shut it down. 

 

Now my computer is blocked on a black screen with hp logo, I am unable to access the bios ( f2 f10 f11 don't work).

I have done all the steps described on hp website. Battery reset (60s on power button), win+b ,win+bv, hp bios recovery file on usb flash drive, hp uefi diagnostic on usb flash drive, hp 4 in 1 recovery tool ; nothing work.

 

Now I am in big trouble because all the stores are closed and I need my computer to work. Does anyone have the same issue?

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The solution was to change the motherboard

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The solution was to change the motherboard

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