After reboot, i still get the same statement that the bios failed to complete the update, but this time it does not boot anymore, rather, after this it goes into a loop.I also tried to search on ebay for a bios chip, but they say it has to be soldered, and i cannot even find where..After that, another restart, then my laptop start normally.But I can see the battery status (which before was saying "plugged in and charging" with a red X mark on it) now said "0% available, plugged in and charging".
" and then something like "you may have to redo it". It completed the update of the bios without errors, and then rebooted.
To avoid replacing the laptop altogether -- and incurring an additional business expense -- don't update the BIOS unless the laptop is malfunctioning and all other troubleshooting methods have failed. in English literature from Valencia College and is completing a B. in computer science at the University of Central Florida.
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Leave my computer like that for some times, and the laptop battery was fully charged. How can with just an update, it fix a problem with battery that I think only external fix (like open up the laptop and fix the wires) or changing the battery will help?
I still don't understand on that, you have to replace another battery or made sure it was properly put in the laptop in order for it to work (I already tried those options).