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  1. Hi! Ok. Your unlocked bios done. Check PM.
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  2. Hi! You can post here your bios backup (bios dump). To create bios backup use attached utility. Extract attached archive directly on the Desktop and run utility as Administrator (right click mouse, choice "Run as Administrator"). Utility will create archive "results" directly on the Desktop. You can post here this archive "results", or upload it into any fileserver and post the link. https://www.sendspace.com/file/mxoavw
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  3. Bios recovery procedure: Take a USB flash drive, go to "My computer" Right click on the USB drive and select Format. Change the filesystem from NTFS to FAT32. Format the drive. The flash drive does not need to be a 'bootable' flash drive. Leave it as is. 1. Download archive ZIVY2.rar from this link: https://www.sendspace.com/file/bjpgb7 2. Extract archive ZIVY2.rar and copy the file ZIVY2.bin to the USB flash drive (format FAT32). 3. Unplug your laptop from the AC adapter. 4. Disconnect the battery from the motherboard. With everything disconnected hold the power button for 20-30 seconds. This purges residual power from the board. Disconnect the hard drive (This ensures that the USB flash drive is read first. I'm not sure if this is necessary, but it may be need). 5. Plug in your USB flash drive into any USB port. 6. Press and hold Fn+R buttons together. 7. While HOLDING Fn+R, plug in the AC adapter. 8. While still HOLDING Fn+R press the Power Button. 9. You should hear the fans turn on very loudly, no display, and no keyboard lights. Let go of Fn+R after a few seconds You should hear a rather loud series of beeps. This is the BIOS being flashed. Let it beep repeatedly as long as it needs to. When the process is done, the beeping will stop, and the laptop will turn itself off. It may also reboot. If all went well, you're screen should now be working just fine. If it doesn't work, then try to use Fn+B combination instead Fn+R. If it doesn't work, then try to use another USB flash drive (USB2.0, not USB3.0), also try to use USB with smallest size, for example 2-4 GB. Also, try to use another USB port in laptop.
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