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Insyde BIOS Recovery

  1. ) Obtain the correct BIOS file for your system. The file extension will usually be one of the following: “.fd” “.rom” “.bin” “.wph”
    2.) Please see paragraph 3 to determine what you should rename the BIOS file to.
    3.) Copy the renamed BIOS file to an EMPTY USB flashdrive. If the flashdrive is not empty or is incorrectly formatted, the recovery process may fail.

    4.) Disconnect the AC power adapter and, in the case of a laptop, remove the battery as well.

    5.) Insert the USB flashdrive into one of the USB ports on the computer. In most cases, the particular USB port that you use will not matter. That being said, some computers are finicky and will only accept a specific USB port for recovery.

    6.) With all power sources disconnected from the computer, hold down the ‘Windows’ key and the ‘B’ key. Do not release these keys until instructed to do so.

    7.) Connect the AC power adapter to the computer.

    8.) Press the ‘Power’ button on the computer.

    9.) When the LED’s illuminate, you may release the two keys from step #6. You may notice some of the LED’s illuminating differently from how they do in normal computer operation.

    10.) After about 10 seconds, the computer should start reading the flashdrive. While searching for the file system, the computer may (should) beep for one second. The number of beeps can vary based on the capacity of the flashdrive as well as the number of files on it. If the BIOS file is not found, the computer will reboot and try again.

    11.) If the file is found, the computer will load it. The particular computer used in this tutorial took 12 seconds to load the BIOS file, but times can vary based on the size of the BIOS image. No beeps will be heard during this process.

    12.) After the computer is finished loading the BIOS file, it will start flashing the BIOS. During this process, the computer will beep every 2 seconds. The computer used in this tutorial took about 32 seconds. About 5 seconds after the flashing process has finished, the computer will shutdown. If the recovery process was successful, then the BIOS should work normally the next time you boot up the computer.

    *NOTE: Not all devices will produce beeping sounds during the recovery process. The USB flashdrive LED should still blink on and off while the computer is loading the BIOS image. If the loading process is successful, the computer should shutdown within the next minute. For larger BIOS images, this may take longer.

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11 Responses to “Insyde BIOS Recovery”

  • Marcos Ramirez:

    Hello, i have HP G42-163LA notebook, and my bios F.29 of the page official HP drivers. and i descompressed the file sp52598.exe and obtain this file 01444F07.bin and i formated my usb kignston 4GB, and paste my file 01444F07.bin in my usb , and inserted in my laptop, but dont recognized usb, dont start any light of usb, my laptop started light, but dont intialized usb nothing, and no have beep , please my english is very bad but i understand your page and solutions, thanks friends.

  • JOAQUIM CELMO:

    8.exe and obtain this file 01444F07.bin and i formated my usb kignston 4GB, and paste my file 01444F07.bin in my usb , and inserted in my laptop, but dont recognized usb, dont start any light of usb, my laptop started light, but dont intialized usb nothing, and no have beep , please my english is very bad but i understand your page an

    hp-g42 230br

  • I have a HP Pavilion g-series G4 1130br, however when you upgrade the bios the computer restarted after complete and not call anymore, I’ve tried several times to recover using file.bin holding keys windows key + B and still not work, any suggestions?

  • Vishnu:

    mine is a Hp dv6 2002ew laptop and it doesnt boot or cant enter the setup.
    i changed the boot order and put HDD second. from there this happens.
    FYI the bios is an modified bios which removes the wlan whitelists.

  • DJ:

    Hi I’ve been trying to recover my Acer Aspire 5742 due to a corrupt bios, and been following the pages for phoenix instructions (5742g uses it apparently) but stopped when I realized that mine uses Insyde. I have confirmed this by entering crisis mode to see if it would work. The newest bios for my model is 1.30, which has a KBCA230A.rom file, and a pew71x64.fd file. I seen somewhere that these merge together but am not to sure if that’s the case. I was thinking of using an earlier version but I can’t recall which version was installed before becoming corrupted. I have a USB thumbdrive but wouldn’t running a Phoenix crisis recovery tool not work on an Insyde? I’m also unsure of which file to rename. Any help would be appreciated!

  • Jesus Manuel:

    I have a GateWay NV57H, it have Insyde Bios, both i update this and it bricks, i try to make this with FN + ESC, both it no take the USB Memory, please answer me!, I no have computer..

  • sebastian:

    hi.. i flashed the modified f.37 (insyde) to my laptop hp g42.. it works, but the bios freezes when i’m trying to save the options (i press f10 and yes, and it feezes).. what’s the problem? maybe some settings makes the bios unable to save something? thanks.

  • Rory:

    Excuse my English, use the google translate to write. Last week try to update the bios with the mod. but unfortunately tildo and unplug the notebook lenovo G470 not it caught again, anyone knows any tutorial to recover the bios of my notebook?

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