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Question: I had once start updating my laptop's bios without any intention. The installer came with my drivers. I didn't know what's that. Immediately my laptop restart and a black screen occurs with something written on it. I forced turned off my laptop. Then, when I turned on my laptop, nothing works, just a blank screen. It wasn't booting to Windows. I took it into ... I took it into service center and they replaced the motherboard (it was in warranty, fortunately). What mistake I did? How just a bios update and restart can damage my laptop's motherboard??? Anyway, I deleted that file, even knowing that file was with my laptop's drivers.
Asked by Abhi (59.92.92.x) on August 21 2018, 6:57am
Reply on August 21 2018, 12:58pm:
    Probably it was turning the thing off while it was trying to update the BIOS which left the BIOS in a corrupted state...

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