[SOLVED] Black screen after failed bios udpate

Apr 24, 2020
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I have a faulty computer. It freezes and/or reboots itself randomly. Sometimes it works fine in a few hours sometimes it won't even last an hour. I have a biostar h110mhc motherboard with a i7-7th gen processor. I bought this setup a year ago without a graphics card. It works fine but after a while I experience lag and sometimes it shuts down when I am working/editing. I know little about computer hardwares and so I thought it was because I am working my computer way too hard. I didn't attempt to return it to get it fix because I was scared as my windows and adobe products are all hacked. They might give me the argument that it happens because I am using fake products and backfire. So I never brought it in the 1 year warranty they've given me. I promised myself to bring it in after buying a license so that wouldn't happen but time goes by and I forgot about it since the case rarely happens. It got worse when I have to move out of my room to give room for my elder brother who stayed home for a while. The random shutdowns got worse/. I thought it was because of my faulty AVR sp I just directly plugged it on to the wall socket. But then one time I have to open up my system unit to put on a new graphics card and RAM I have just bought, I got grounded for a bit. I don't know if I get the term right as I am not a native english speaker but in other words I got slight electricuted even tho I turned off the switch for the socket. It's still plugged but I turned off the wall socket so I thought it's safe. The problem got worst after that. And that's what I am experiencing up until now. I tried my all to pinpoint the problem but I am now left with two suspects. The motherboard or the CPU. But I am desperate to fix it right away as I use this to work from home so I tried everything I could see on the internet. I had this brilliant idea that this is because my bios wasn't updated after refreshing everything. So I tried to to update the bios with a flash drive. But then the problem occurs before it got finished. The system reboots and now it shows nothing. It gives off no beep.

Is there anyway I can help revive this computer on my own? I really want to seek professional help but we're in total lockdown so I can't get anyone to help me fix it.
 
Apr 24, 2020
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Thank you so much for this but I think the prior is a no go since I don't have the right equipments and knowledge to do so. I really wish I can do this but I don't have other choice but to wait for this lockdown since I can't buy a new motherboard. Thank you so much for this suggestion tho. I can still revive this motherboard by looking for the right expert to take care of it. I only got one reply and it's the reply I needed. Thank you-
 

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