You may have been thinking about replacing your computer’s BIOS after a software update that fixes a bug in the way your computer handles memory.
But what if the BIOS is faulty?
What to do If Your Computer Stays Unresponsive, Unstuck, or Not Instantly Recovering from an OS Update article If your computer suddenly stops responding to commands, it’s probably not a BIOS update.
Instead, it may be due to a problem in your computer, or the way that a computer has been configured.
If your PC is not booting up properly, it could also be because your motherboard has not been properly configured.
Your motherboard may also be faulty because of a virus or malware attack.
The more advanced your computer is, the more likely you are to be running into hardware or software problems that could affect your system.
If you have a computer that isn’t booting or isn’t responding, contact your motherboard manufacturer and try reinstalling the BIOS or installing a firmware update.
If all else fails, you can contact your computer manufacturer for assistance.
The best solution is to go back to BIOS mode and fix the problem yourself.
But if your PC has a motherboard that is faulty, you may want to contact your CPU manufacturer.
Your CPU will need to be re-configured to accommodate the new firmware, which will probably take a few hours.
For this to happen, the motherboard must be at least half-asleep.
If it is still asleep when you start your computer again, your motherboard will need a few more hours to reboot.