In the event that a recovery procedure cannot be performed you can do the steps below: First off, you will need to open up the computer case and change a jumper on the motherboard into the “Recovery Mode Position”.Nearly all Intel Based motherboards and some 3rd party motherboards have a jumper or switch to recover the BIOS.Anyways, after applying a BIOS update, for my first time I am facing a non booting computer (post bios) and it has me freaked out.This computer does not have an integrated VGA port so i don't know how to see whats happening.While the author of this article has successfully run this procedure many times, your mileage may vary. You may want to consider updating microcode instead if it is supported by your system.fwupd is a simple daemon to allow session software to update device firmware on your local machine.Normally this computer beeps several times on a normal restart.(Please read carefully)First it beeps a few times when the motherboard posts next, when the video card comes on, then finally in normal operation- the IBGE LAN screen always appears (irregardless of boot order). When looking at the instructions; it said something I never heard of before about resetting the cmos by using a wierd JBT thing (where you form a connection between two metal things).
This article has steps you can perform to restore your BIOS and save your motherboard.
Because I am reading in the manual that the "CMOS CLEAR" which I believe is another term for "BIOS reset", is done by a weird JBT reset thing.
When I was in the office, i tried to reset the cmos to get it working by two ways. I unplugged the power cord and relocated the jumper from the pins it was plugged into (The two on the left / out of 3 pins total) to the other two pins on the right.
It has a EVGA 560GTX installed and it is producing no video anymore.
After I applied the BIOS update, I tried to reset the cmos to apply the update and mabye the problem relates to that.