Hello, guys I have perhaps foolishly tinkered with the boot priorities of my G750JM to such extent that the laptop refuses to boot. On start the screen remains black, keyboard lit up and the hard disk doesn't seem to be working. I've done my decent share of Googling on the matter, and have concluded that I need to flash my BIOS from a USB by booting while pressing ctrl+home. Now the USB seems to be working for a few seconds and then proceeds to stay off with no apparent changes to anything whatsoever. Contents of the USB are the BIOS file downloaded from the Asus support website, in all name variations since my Googling was unclear as to what I should name the file for the laptop to recognise it. I would definitely love some tips and suggestions for fixing this for it's been a couple of hours since this happened and I have been slowly losing my mind. Thank you for your time, S. Daskalov
Oh no, let's hope it's not bricked. Try this ,unplug the power supply from both the G750 and the wall socket, take the battery out, push and hold the power button down for 1 minute, then put the battery back in and plug in the power supply FIRST IN TO THE WALL !!!!!! then into G750. Try to restart. Good luck.
Try to take out your HDD ('s) then turn it on if your logged in to the bios and it everything works fine so the problem is in HDD! If you done but laptop turns off suddenly try to remove ram sticks one by one or swap them to another slots one by one! If even this doesn't help send it back to asus!
Asus G74SX> Asus G55VW 3D> Asus G75VW 3D> Asus G750JW> Asus G750JX> Asus G750JH
Ruled out the condenser possibility since it doesn't boot either way, also I am unable to enter BIOS no matter how much I spam ESC, F2 or Delete. Haven't gathered the courage to drop it on my knees yet, since it is brand new. Unable to swap RAM sticks, cause they are built in and I wouldn't want to void my warranty by opening this baby up. SSD is out and that did not improve anything. Perhaps it is better for me to just return it to the seller and ask for a warranty repair. I too am considering the possibility of RAM issues and fixing those is of course out of my reach.
I'm pleasantly surprised by your awesome suggestions and I thank each and every one of you for the efforts put in trying to help me. Look forward to being a part of this community 🙂