Updating laptop bios
Hey guys have had asus for a year or so sometimes deleting or uninstall programs can cause this what I found that works is plugging it directly into the Internet turn it on and leave it there on charge asus will automatically connect to the asus server after a while things will start to happen you'll slowly gain access then you can repair Good day to all. I tried disconnecting Power Charger from Power Outlet... then pushing down the Power Button for about 2 mins...
I am having similar problem with my ASUS laptop A43SD after flashing to new bios version 208 using the EZ flash ultility in the CMOS. after taking the DC power supply out and unplugging the AC power supply ; hold main power button down for 2 minutes. and then pushing power button again like a nornal turning on process and it worked out!
Because reflow solution may work only if you have any overheating issues with GPU. To solve it have to do what he says "penplez05", but, WITHOUT DISCONNECT NOTHING.
Resetting from Within BIOSRemoving the CMOS Battery Resetting the Jumper Community Q&A This wiki How teaches you how to reset your Windows computer's BIOS (short for Basic Input/Output Settings) to factory settings.
You can do this on most computers from the BIOS page; however, if you're locked out of your computer's BIOS, you'll need to reset the BIOS by opening your computer's housing and removing the CMOS battery from the motherboard, or--in the case of desktops--resetting the jumper switch on the motherboard.
I don't know what to do anymore, I tried everything: hold the power button, take out the hdd, take out the optical drive, switch the ram, verified all the connectors to mainboard, take out the bios battery, even reflow the gpu. There is two signs around it representing "locked" and "unlocked". Just be careful when opening the machine up, removing first the tabs by the RAM under the back cover.
It turns on, the lights are on, only the light from hdd stays about 1 sec on after that it turns off, cooler doesn't turn on at all and the screen is black. There is plastic screw somwhere near the RAM slots. I then replaced the HDD and immediately the Windows process started and everything was back to normal.