After Updating Bios Windows Goes BSOD Which Is INACSESIBLE BOOT DEVICE But Its Getting Worst

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Ok I Just Update My Computer BIOS To newer But While I Boot To Windows a BSOD Come Out With Stopcode INACSESIBLE BOOT DEVICE And Then The Computer Restarted Itself But Its Still Went BSOD Its Getting Worser I shutdown My Computer At that time But When i Turn The Laptop On The Screen Is blank and look like backlight panel is not on So What Can I Do ? Solution Please ?

LAPTOP SPEC :
Manufactor : Asus
The Notebook Code : X550Z
Harddrive : 1TB
Ram : 8GB (Original Is 4 GB)
BIOS : Normal Not GUI So might Be Legacy ?
 

Peter Martin

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what were you hoping to achieve by flashing a notebook bios? this is like a last-ditch thing to be done to fix known issues and bugs or to add new device compatibility.

flash it back to what you started with is the solution at this point or take it to a licensed technician who can do it for you.
 

androbourne

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Incorrect. Nowadays is is very hard to brick a BIOS update and it is actually a good idea to update BIOS when you can. It includes new features, capabilities and efficiency upgrades to the system. Telling anyone otherwise is just ill-informed.

@ethan.

I would first try to factory default the settings on the BIOS. Normally by default during a BIOS update it should flash and factory reset the BIOS, however there are times it wont.

Another issue could be that it did factory reset the bios and the default disk option is IDE etc... try changing your disk types to AHCI or SATA.

If issues continues after that then try a BIOS CMOS reset. Remove the CMOS battery and power from the system then hit the power button a few times to ensure all power is drained from the system. Then reinsert the CMOS battery and power and start the system back up.
 

Peter Martin

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nope, waste of time unless YOU need those fixes or new device capabilities. You could be no more wrong on this. It just causes users grief and I will never agree with this philosophy. your advice causes more harm than good. not a good practice.
 

androbourne

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Cool story. You have the mindset of an 80 year old when it comes to technology "just reinstall windows as the first step to troubleshooting" as you have advised others instead of troubleshooting the actual issue. Clearly you never worked direct for large vendors such as HP or Dell, or ever worked in an enterprise environment supporting large amounts of clients where performance and security actually matter. Because with your mindset, you wouldn't last long in the business.

It is todays industry standard. You don't like it, well too bad. It is actually best practice in terms of performance, efficiency and security.

Back in the day it was different because vendors didn't have great protections in places for bricking BIOS's, that hasn't been the case for years now.

Time to get up-to-date with standards\security and stop living in the past.
 

Peter Martin

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lol... not buying it. I buy it for security updates, new device support and to fix known issues. I don't have these issues and never will. you may be capable to do this all day long, and I believe you are. However, most normal users should never attempt it.

we are not talking about huge customer bases here, it's one dude at a time. you are not in those nice environments you talk so much about here. it's the wrong place to enact those policies.
 

androbourne

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Don't buy it all you want. Facts are facts. Even for single users, BIOS updates fixes bugs, can improve performance, compatibility and efficiency on systems.

Anyways I'm done talking about this, auguring facts is just a waste of time. Focus on the OPs issue at hand.
 
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