Updating bios on asus
The BIOS on your ASUS can be updated at any time using the Easy Flash utility, and does not require the use of any additional software.
This problem is related to RAM units First you should turn off your device, unplug the charger and remove the battery Then hold the power button for at least 30 seconds. I disconnected the hard drive then booted up the laptop. Isolated this chip by covering other electronic components by using alufoil with capton tapes. Heated GPU using hot air gun by monitoring the temperature. Needed to heat it up to 220deg celcius and maintain it for 1-2min. I have tried all the suggested key combinations but got no luck. then reinstall the battery pack, plug in computer to AC source and push main power button and FN button and f5 button all the same time. Reading the thread I saw I guy saying "when a Windows update is not installed properly for any reason... After pressing power button, DVD drive spin, led on for 3 or 5sec then power off. I believe d flashing have corrupted the bios But Don't know how to fix it. Windows will protect the computer with a power warning until this get corrected or deactivated this power warning" I have the same problem with my asus . I have had the motherboard replaced on my Dell XPS 15 laptop.After this I find that none of my USB ports are working and neither is my webcam.My pc occasionally gets blue screen when closing down, it was happening when I had windows 7 and since upgrading to windows 10 I'm still getting it. After searching online I decided to update the bios, but the only update Asus have for the P6X58D-E is showing on windows 8.
Any idea if this is suitable to use, it comes up with the same file when I select other.
Basically it may weaken solder contacts and with reflow you can fix it. Hope this help someone who need some info." Sorry for my English (google translator). Only need to press the power button for a minute or more. It worked for my notebook Asus Q550L, but I suspect all about Asus UEFI boot.
Because reflow solution may work only if you have any overheating issues with GPU. To solve it have to do what he says "penplez05", but, WITHOUT DISCONNECT NOTHING.
Isolated this chip by covering other electronic components by using alufoil with capton tapes. Heated GPU using hot air gun by monitoring the temperature. Needed to heat it up to 220deg celcius and maintain it for 1-2min.
If you don't have the technical expertise, I suggest you bring your laptop to an expert computer technician. reposting Dhanushka_Liyanage solution: "I had similar problem with Asus K43Jr model. HDD worked only for few seconds and HDD LED went off.
It'd help if you could pass on the SKU for us to doublecheck, you've just opened another thread when you could've asked in the thread you opened earlier.