Please wait for loading and validating bios binary file


/E2Generate a new UUID when current UUID is (FFF... /MFG Manufacturing mode - Automatically reboot without keypress. PHLASH16 jalb111/c /x /s /bbl /pn /mode=3 goto exit : South Bridge ROM echo SB Side... call spi /flash -b FD60 -v20000 -i -nid k26a111PHLASH16 jalb111/c /x /s /bbl /pn /mode=3 : EXIT USAGE: Phlash16 [options] [@rspfile] [romfile] romfile Override the default BIOS image name BIOS. @rspfile Response file containing more options /A:address 32 bit address where to put the File Image. - @echo off bioschk3if errorlevel 1 goto South Bridge ROM : ECROM echo EC Side...

Elinizdeki Recovery CD'sinin üzerinden veya kullanma klavuzundan daha ayrıntılı bilgiler bulabilisiniz.

Because Ubuntu installed GRUB to take over boot duties, when you deleted the Ubuntu partition, you rendered the computer unbootable.

The solution is to re-install the Windows boot loader to the MBR.

EXE utility and BIOS file to the disk you created in step 1. At the "A:\" prompt, type AFUDOS, hit space bar once, and type BIOS file name then press then you will see a message "Please wait for BIOS loading ROM".

After 30 seconds, you will see the message "Program ended normally", then you have finished upgrading the BIOS.

If your computer doesn't go through the normal startup motions (the stuff it did even before you got the GRUB rescue prompt) when you restart it, then you'll probably need to either send it to the manufacturer or enlist hands-on local help from a super-geek to get it working.

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