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Old 12-27-2021, 04:51 PM   #1
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Default Prevent the BIOS flashing from starting when the PC is started

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I have driver update software that "bricked" me into my bios. I managed to reprogram the EPROM with a stock bios and the PC is working again. Only when I use the same hard disk, at each restart, the modification of the firmware is restarted and it crashes me again the bios. Where is the script on my hard drive that restarts flashing and crashes the bios? I would like to continue using my system with the hard drive where there are all my programs without having to reinstall everything. For information, with another system on another hard drive no worries, everything works, it's just with my main hard drive that the flashing of the bios is started at startup and that it crashes me the bios
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Old 12-27-2021, 05:03 PM   #2
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Default Re: Prevent the BIOS flashing from starting when the PC is started

Start windows in safe mode and disable the start of the driver updater. You can do this from the cmd console in safe mode by typing msconfig and disabling the program in the auto-run tab.
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