Satellite L100 doesn't boot up - BIOS update problem

Hello world

I was running the BIOS update I downloaded on this site, when the system hang.
After a while I had to unplug the power cable to turn off the laptop.

It seems that the BIOS got corructed.
Now, I turn on the computer but the screen is always black, lights are green all the time.

I tried pressing F12, F2 by turning on and nothing happen.

Please help me if you can. Thank you! Albert

I agree with the user above.
It seems that something was wrong during the BIOS update process and now only the ASP can help you.

I would recommend contacting ASP, guys in your country and ask for later handling.

Good luck

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