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How do I recover from a corrupt BIOS?

We have a ProBook 6555b. During the BIOS Update the system rebooted and is now just giving us the flashing CapsLock with all ohter indicators lit and will not POST....

We have tried removing AC Power, Main Battery, and CMOS RTC Battery.

And rebooting using several key combinations including, none, F10, Windows+B, All four arrow keys....  NO luck.

Suggestions???  It is looking like a motherborad replacement but was hoping to avoid that for a simple BIOS issue...

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How do I recover from a corrupt BIOS?

I hyave the same problem with my Pavilion dv6-7010us notebook but nobody seems to be of help...

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How do I recover from a corrupt BIOS?

Hello wlgreen0001,

 

Your Probook is a Business model.  Your issue would be best answered on the HP Enterprise Business Community Forum

 

 

Hello maespete,

 

Take a look at this document, which provides some information and troubleshooting steps to help resolve your corrupt BIOS issue. 

 

Please let me know if this helps to resolve your issue.


Good luck to you both!

 

 

 

 

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How do I recover from a corrupt BIOS?

The problem I am experiencing is that once the BIOS update failed the Notebook will not POST at all.   It does not auto recover as suggested in this document.  When powered on it does nothing; no beeps, no blinks, cannot F10 back into BIOS, does not respond to ANY key combinations...  It is simply powered on with a blank/black screen. The only indication of life is the fan and temporary HD activity.

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