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Pavillion DV6-3206ax Notebook currupt CMOS (won't boot)

Pavillion DV6-3206ax Notebook
Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit)

Hi, im trying to recover a currupted BIOS, ive tried everything except for making a recovery usb stick.

 

the method shown is show this.....

 

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it doesn't give me the option to make a recovery usb however.

 

so i've tried to make my own bootup usb and copy the files but alas that doesn't work :(

 

any suggestions? regards

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Corrupt BIOS. Is that right?

 

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