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Next when prompted push the S key, and install the Nvidia Raid Class Driver, then push the S key again, and install the Nvidia Nforce Storage Controller Driver, in which the screen will look like this, then push enter to continue.
The update stuck at 48%: .then when I restarted, there is no display, the system boots for 6 seconds then fan speed increases for 5 seconds then the system restarts on its own and then in next boot the system shuts down within 3-4 seconds.
If this method does not work for you, then blind flashing is your next option. During the process of blind flashing and prior to flashing, we were at the selection of boot devices (flash drive in this case) and we originally down arrowed twice to select the flash drive and had no success after the command line was initiated and time patiently waiting before restarting.
So then one arrow down was tried for the boot device selection, and before we could begin the second attempt at blind flashing it booted him right into windows and now his display is working again.
I'm positive this has to do with a select order of UEFI boot settings, as using Legacy returns none of these results as far as I'm concerned. I've said it before and I'll say it again, do NOT update your BIOS for the sake of it being newer. If your system has a problem that a BIOS update fix addresses, then flash it, otherwise leave it alone.The computer doesn't need human intervention when flashing the BIOS (unless the system ask for your intervention), this is because it could be seriously harmed (that's the reason of the warning at the bottom of the screen).Manufacturers such as TOSHIBA, Lenovo and hp allows you to upgrade your BIOS using a software flash tool that does the job for you, and that's a very safe method (by experience). Step 2: Connecting an external monitor to test the display The notebook screen display might remain black when there is a corrupted graphics driver or a problem with the LCD display back light.
To test the display, attach an external monitor and restart the computer.
On the other hand, it's higly recommended to do nothing during the process, it could take around a half-hour, but you still don't need to touch anything and let the computer do the job until it restarts itself and you can see your O.