|26 Jun 2012||#11|
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I don't have any other ideas? If there is a BIOS recovery procedure and you are going to try it, I'd print out the instructions and follow them to the letter. If you use a USB thumb drive, make sure its formatted correctly. It may have to be formatted in FAT, or FAT32 and not NTFS.
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