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HP Envy x360 15m BQ BIOS recovery problem

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15m-bq121dx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello guys!

Got some problems with my laptop.

HDD from my laptop is dead now (I have new one, also I have m.2 128Gb ssd SATA), so I have no HP partition where my BIOS file must be.

My BIOS is dead for some reason, after I restored defaults it seems... Error on CAPS LOCK 2.2 (The main area (DXE) of BIOS has become corrupted, and there is no recovery binary image available. (Also happens when updating the BIOS.))

Now I am trying to use flash drive to recover my BIOS, but key combinations like WIN+B, WIN+V, WIN+C also FN instead WIN, FN+ESC, WIN+ESC does not for for me.

 

This one - Perform BIOS recovery with external media (USB or CD-ROM). Go toHP Notebook PCs - Recovering the BIOSfor additional information. - Does not work for me, it seems I am missing something

 

 

HP ENVY 15M X360

Ryzen 5 2500U
2x8Gb DDR4
HDD - dead

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The only way is to get flash it with side flash tool, outside of laptop, that was done today and now laptop is alive

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The only way is to get flash it with side flash tool, outside of laptop, that was done today and now laptop is alive

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