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  1. After updating the BIOS in my laptop, my GPU comes up as a removable media, why? How can I...


    Hi, I have a full AMD ASUS gaming laptop, today an update came up named ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. - Firmware - 10.1.2.414, I thought it was just a regular update, I clicked shut down and update, next time I opened it, the screen said - Warning BIOS is updating, don't turn off your computer. After it updated, everything was ok and the same except this icon is showing my GPU as a removable media, It only showed up when I did the update, can u guys help me?

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    mr blue sky2222, Feb 21, 2024
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  2. Pc boots up to BIOS After removing gpu

    Hello Yuval Evron,

    Good to see you in Microsoft Community.

    It seems like there are a few different issues happening with your PC booting into BIOS after removing the GPU and some previous changes to the motherboard, CPU, and RAM.

    Let's try to troubleshoot the problem step by step:

    1. Re-seat the GPU: Before we do anything else, try re-seating the GPU back into its original slot. Sometimes, improper connections can cause booting issues.
    2. Disable CSM (Compatibility Support Module): Since you mentioned that enabling CSM did work before, try disabling it this time. If the option keeps reverting to enabled, it could be a sign of a BIOS issue or an incompatibility. If disabling CSM doesn't work, re-enable it for now.
    3. Check boot priority: Ensure that the boot priority is set correctly in the BIOS. The drive containing your operating system (usually your primary storage drive) should be set as the first boot option.
    4. Check for Windows corruption: To rule out Windows-related issues, you can try creating a bootable USB with Windows installation media (using another PC) and see if it recognizes your storage drive during the installation process. If it does, you can attempt to repair or reinstall Windows. This will also help verify if your OS drive is functioning correctly.
    5. Test with a different GPU (if available): If you have access to another GPU, try installing it in your system and see if the PC boots up properly. This will help determine if the issue is related to the GPU or something else.
    6. Test without the GPU: As a final step, try booting the system without the GPU installed. If your CPU has integrated graphics (check if your CPU supports this feature), connect your display directly to the motherboard's video output. This will help determine if the issue is isolated to the GPU or if there's a broader problem.
    If none of these steps resolve the issue, it's possible that there could be a hardware proble

    If anything is unclear, please do not hesitate to let me know.

    Best Regards,

    | Microsoft Community Support Specialist
     
    Mosken_L - MSFT, Feb 21, 2024
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    Alienware Area 51 m15x BIOS Update Released

    If you were among the group of people experiencing overheating issues with your Alienware Area 51 m15x laptop, then there are some good news for you. A new BIOS update, version X29b P3A30 is now available. The update allegedly allows VGA fans to increase up to 5400 rpm and thus better cool the GPU. To obtain the new BIOS, you'll need to email the m15x support line (L: Area51_m15x@alienware.com). In reply you should receive a link to the BIOS .zip archive. Once you download the small file, Alienware recommends to follow the steps described in the Read full story marker.



    Open Nero Ultra Edition, click Backup, and then click “Burn Image to Disc.” Next, select the file “m15x_x29b.iso from the unzipped folder.

    • Plug your AC adapter in
    • Disconnect all third-party peripherals
    • Don’t turn off the computer or restart it during the update
    • Don’t eject your DVD/Blu-ray drive during the update.
    Steps:
    • Open BIOS by tapping F12 during boot
    • Set BIOS to boot from your CD-ROM drive first
    • Save and exit
    • Upon reboot, the BIOS flash update will proceed
    • Click “Yes” through the prompts
    • Restart
    Source: LAPTOP Magazine
     
    malware, Feb 21, 2024
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  4. After updating the BIOS in my laptop, my GPU comes up as a removable media, why? How can I...

    Laptop not booting after bios update

    Take it apart and try his suggestion is what I would do next. Still what a pain disassemble laptop to fix bios.
    RE: Latitude 3330 BIOS update failure
    Hi Alex,
    sorry about my late. I don't know that you could fix your problem now, but I try help you.
    You need remove the Lan card (modular part on motherboard ), because you have a problem with UEFI boot. You can enter in BIOS, if the LAN part is unplugged
    After updating the BIOS in my laptop, my GPU comes up as a removable media, why? How can I... [​IMG]


    RE: Latitude 3330 BIOS update failure







    Hy everyone,
    I fix this Bios Post error problem.

    1. Switch off the computer.
    2. Disconnect the AC adapter from the system.
    3. Remove the battery from the computer
    4. Remote HDD, keyboard, Palmrest
    5. Put out the CMOS battery
    6. Raise up the LAN/VGA part (2 screws)
    7. Take a USB keyboard, connect the AC adapter and press F2
    8. If you see the BIOS, almost finished.
    9. Put on The CMOS battery, and step in: System configuration / integrated NIC / Turn off "Enable UEFI Network Stack"
    10. Turn off and raise down the LAN/VGA part. Test Again. If everything is working you done.





    I hope, I could help you
    Regards
    David
     
    sdowney717, Feb 21, 2024
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