Lost power while updating bios
A replacement BIOS chip can be pricy, especially if the motherboard is rather old and was cheap to begin with, and not part of an essential system.
A replacement motherboard, if you can reuse the processor and other adaptors, may be just as cost-effective.
They have a "boot block" that contains just enough code to complete the BIOS update process.
Searched many forums on the internet and people say "you should only update it when really there is a need or else just leave it be". Icheck POST system by (for example unplugging keyboard) . If so, there is absolutely no harm that comes from power being cut.If you're referring to updating your BIOS via flashing it, then cutting power in the middle of the flash would brick your [email protected] Sinha: Some motherboards do have a recovery process in case a BIOS update is interrupted.