Motheboard BIOS repair
BIOS repair. Replacing the chip and scheduling.
In many cases, either after a failed upgrade of bios or a failed automatic upgrade that is made on multiple laptops from the manufacturer's own upgrade programs, it can make a failure. The result of such cases is that:
- may not open at all,
- opening but not showing anything,
- open normally but be too slow
- do not tug on different subsystems or basic systems such as dedicated graphics cards
- open with error codes or blinking lights or beep sounds
Many times there are the above symptoms which may indicate to some other damage such as the graphics card, in fact it can be damage to bios. Unfortunately we have many cases where our clients took their laptop to some lab and due to diagnostic error made repairs to another subsystem of the parent with a result that another parent problem was created and in fact did not exist.
Many times the bios can stop working and because of the chip itself, which in these cases needs to be replaced. More generally, damage to the BIOS (hardware lesion) is a difficult case especially in newer laptop technology and requires great specialization and specific laboratory equipment.
More generally good would be to not have surgery on the laptop either by the user itself or by "shops" that do not have absolute specificity, because only worse can be done. Bring us your laptop so that we can have a reliable view of the problem so that it ends up in a successful repair.
Responding to the problem is reprogramming the Bios chip or replacing with new chip. For both cases usually the laptop disassemble completely, it becomes chip off from the motherboard and enters special programming machine. There we schedule bios on either the old chip or the new one and paste it to the motherboard.
Success in this type of repair goes beyond 95 % to us as long as we said above not to have any repair moves on the motherboard.