BIOS update utility can be found on the support page. I never got mine to work from within the BIOS. The utility launches from windows then reboots and does the flash. If it still doesnt work you may need a new battery. They arent that expensive, just make sure you get an OEM and there are plenty of tear down vids on yourtube. I jsust replaced mine not a month ago because it dropped to 60% capacity. Took me all of 15 mins but Ive been into it many time. Hardest part is getting the top with the keyboard loose, always use plastic and start in the back corner. I just use old hotel room key cards.
Hello and thanks for your reply, i already tried with the utility, but what you see on the blue screen, it's exactly what i have with the utility... Doesn't matter which way i try, it's stuck by this 0% level thing.
Well like i said also, the cheapest one i found is 80e which is too much for me, i spent to much money to keep this laptop alive, i just changed the HDD and SSD with two SSD (sata and nvmepcie), now i can't reach my normal speed because i need to do some update for the nvme disk and run in AHCI mode, but i can't because my bios is not updated.
And i also opened it many times, but it's really a pain in the a**..
I just want to know if there is a way to bypass this security warning..