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I updated a t430 using the system update now i get 5 beeps and nothing. downloaded this utility and i get an error about path to files the browse button is grayed out. this is so bad cantbelieve how much trouble system update has caused
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Hi, can u help me, i have a lenovo b5400, i tried to install windows on a new m.2 ssd but now im stuck on a boot menu/app menu panel and my laptop wont recognize any usb port or cd/dvd so i cant not boot to install the os again, i think is a bios problem, i tried to download the file for the bios from lenovo web site but i cant unzip the file j7uj59ww.exe, i need some help i dont have more money for a new laptop and i need it for the school, sorry for my bad english
brw em using a lenovo b490 20205 i downloaded the genuine bios for this laptop and tried flashing it and it worked sucessfuly and booom my screen went off no display .. but my laptop is running i can feel my fan running. Do you have any solution for this ??????
I have downloaded BIOS from the website and I have decompressed it to get the ZH7_3314.fd file. I have also renamed the ZH7_3314.fd to ZH7X64.fd and I have formated an USB key in FAT16 where I have moved in the ZH7X64.fd, only this file. Do I need to copy something else?
This likely means that the integrated graphics card on the mainboard has failed. You can try the Fn+Esc flash recovery again but it is unlikely to resolve the problem. First you need to make the FAT-formatted USB drive bootable with a downloadable windows crisis executable, WinCris.exe. Google "Phoenix Bios Recovery" and follow the directions for doing so. You may have to google and download the WinCris.exe executable from an alternate site. Please understand that this Fn+Esc USB boot flashing process is an unreliable last resort method. Good luck and let us know how you make out. Jack E/NJ
The legit wincris.exe process is located in the c:documents and settingsadministradormis documentosacerpreparacion \wincris.exe folder. If it is located elsewhere, it could be malware as a virus can have any name. Some virus can pretend to be wincris.exe and reside in the Windows or the System32 folder. One way to confirm would be to right-click on the file and use anti-virus software to scan it - download anti-virus here
To quickly resolve your problem, we recommend download and use wincris.exe Fix Tool,this tool perform a scan for wincris.exe issues and other system errors. It will also check if all .dll and .exe files are registered in the system and scan for other issues that may be preventing system from working properly. After the scan process, it will allow you to repair the errors.
I downloaded Crisis Disk and the latest BIOS (1.18 at the time of writing). I replaced BIOS.WPH in the Crisis Disk folder with 1.18 and renamed it to BIOS.WPH. I ran wincris.exe by right-clicking and running as administrator. I got the prompt that the removable disk had been created, so I removed it, put it back in and was dismayed to find it empty.
Once you have downloaded your new driver, you'll need to install it. In Windows, use a built-in utility called Device Manager, which allows you to see all of the devices recognized by your system, and the drivers associated with them.
When I downloaded BIOS version F.13 and tried to install it, it won't allow it unless I have Vista installed. So, I need to convert the BIOS file to a bootable floppy version using Phoenix Crisis Recovery. I will not tackle how to create a Crisis Recovery Disk in detail. I attached the file compiled by Justin Maslack which can be downloaded here.