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Bios update fail caps lock and num lock flashing black screen

HP Recommended
elitebook 8560
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

Hello Guys,

 

i got a message to my laptop this morning thru my hp support software on my laptop pop up in the right corner that i need to update my Bios, wireless and Ethernet card so i click ok and got thru the update.

 

But now the laptop is dead and it tries to start but just flashing caps lok and num lock 5 times

 

i have tried with holding in win key and B keys when starting up, nothing only things that happens with that is the fan starts and runs for 30 sec and then laptops turns off.

 

i have also removed battery and remove ram card and inserted again and now when i turn on the laptop caps lock and numlock is flashing 5 times but pc dont turn off for aprox 4min and fan is running but black screen?

 

should i try to get  a recovery Bios on usb key?

i am following the steps here  https://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c02693833 to get a recover bios to a usb key.

 

i add usb to my laptop with my bios recovery inside but still nothing happens,

i am not sure if the Recovery USB flash drive, has been made properly. these are the files that installed on my usb when i Run the hp exe file sp55072

 

68SVD.BIN
EROMPAQ.Application
EROMPAQ.zip
gpl2.txt

 

 

Any ideas anyone?

 

Warm regards S

very worried 

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