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    ROG Junior Member Array CALMAN1955's Avatar
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    Exclamation ROG G75VW Black Screen

    Dear Computer Peoples ,
    We have been caught in a loop with a expensive Asus ROG Gaming Laptop G75VW . Cannot boot to any keyboard commands , Ctl +Home Bios files on USB Stick G75.BIN will not boot to easy recovery , will not boot toF2 Bios , or any other Keyboard Commands , WE Need help ?? Thanks So Much For reading . I have been Building Computer since there was Asus first Motherboards for Intel Products...

    Support Tech Needed For Rog G75VW CMOS BIOS files known to work if you please ?
    Thanks the Forum Peeps , Calman.......

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    ROG Guru: Gold Belt Array Clintlgm PC Specs
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    Well G75VW would be 6 or 7 years old, good chance of the BIOS Battery being dead you might search youtube for how to change it. I know that it is soldered to the MB
    https://www.asus.com/us/ROG-Republic...HelpDesk_BIOS/
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...tion-Reference
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    Unfortunately, my memory is getting fuzzy about this model, but if you haven't tried using older G75VW bios files with ctrl+home, that's another idea.
    Otherwise, if you're able to safely unsolder and resolder the bios chip that may be another idea to consider as long as you can find a good bios chip to use.

    Also, a reminder to make sure it's really a bios-related issue, otherwise, you may also want to do some general troubleshooting to make sure the problem isn't caused by something else.

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