Wont boot after updating bios
Enter your computer’s BIOS or UEFI firmware setup screen and check its boot order setting, ensuring that it’s set to boot from the correct hard drive.
If the hard drive doesn’t appear in the list at all, it’s possible your hard drive has failed and can no longer be booted from.
One can also run a command in CMD to check the BIOS version.
Click on “Start Button” and press Run, once the Run box appears type system info and then press OK.
The updates usually bake in enhancements and fixes which will eventually help the software maintain its compatibility with the hardware and the software.
That being said unlike most of the other apps the BIOS needs to be updated manually, and that’s precisely the very thing that we will be explaining in this segment.
In fact, most of the recent Windows versions like the Windows 10 handle the update process in a much more elegant manner as opposed to lets says Windows XP systems.
You turn on your computer one day and Windows refuses to boot—what do you do?
In this case, you’ll have to get your computer’s hardware fixed or get a new computer.
As we explained earlier the BIOS update process is slightly different for different brands and in order to leave no stones unturned, we will also be taking you through steps to update the BIOS for HP systems.
Well, in case you own a Lenovo laptop the best way to update the BIOS would be to use the Lenovo System Update which is supported on Think Pad, Think Centre, Think Station, Lenovo V, B, K, and E-Series.
Be sure to check your computer monitor—if your computer seems to power on but your screen stays black, ensure your monitor is powered on and that the cable connecting it to your computer’s case is plugged in securely at both ends.
RELATED: If your computer is powering on but you get a black screen that says something like “no bootable device” or another sort of “disk error” message, your computer can’t seem to boot from the hard drive that Windows was installed on.