Hello, a while ago, I had a bad BIOS update on my HP Pavilion TouchSmart 20-f394 All-in-One Desktop PC. When the PC restarted, the HP logo did not show Windows will not boot. I attempted to reset the CMOS battery and nothing happened. The hard disk in that PC was not original and the Windows install was a fresh install using an iso from Microsoft, not hp recovery discs, so there is no HP tools partition on the drive and I would need a USB. I went on my main laptop and downloaded the BIOS files from HP's website and attempted to create a recovery USB following the instructions, but it doesn't give me the options to make a recovery USB but it extracts the files to the C drive. I copied the bin files and other files that it extracted on a USB formatted with FAT32 and did Windows + B. Nothing shows. I tried looking everywhere online for a solution, and so far I found nothing useful. If it is impossible to use a USB, then where would the BIOS chip be? Is there a way to recover the BIOS without getting a new motherboard? I would not want to leave this as a useless brick, I had fond memories with that computer.