first of all thanks for taking your time to read this. and sorry for my grammar/english as this is my second language ,(sorry if images are too big didn't see the spoiler button
now this is hard to explain, but i guess I'll have to write my story... so I was trying to install "Chromium OS" on my mom's laptop (booting the OS from an USB), but I coulnd't so i decided to give it atry on my laptop (since it runs from the USB) so I changed the boot priority order using the InsydeH20 utility tool... aka my BIOS, and when I tried to install the OS i got a blackscreen.. I left my lptop there for like 1 hour too see if it was normal or something.. but nothing happened. so I held the power button to turn it off, when I turned on my pc without the usb plugged I got an error (check the image)
So I plugged my usb back in, got a black screen since it was booting from USB, decided to check the BIOS again, and my surprise this time was that the USB got installed onto my BIOS(wtf) i mean I get it sorts of installs when u running a OS from a USB.. but I don't really know
1st thing I tried was to change the boot priority order so it would boot from my hardrive... and nothing happened.
And this is the problem, I can't change the settings or reset them or nothing, no matter how many times I try nothing changes, I even removed the BIOS battery and nothing happened._ . so I guess somehow its installed deeply in the BIOS
my question is: Is there a way to "flash" or reinstall this utility,? anothe rproblem is taht i disabled the wifi anthena, cuz i often use an USB anthena with a hier signal quality, so for somereason i cant activate my wifi again... i was told to reset my bios and that would solve it but as u can see I cant.. I was perfectly fine with theis until the wifi thingy happened as I just need to plug my USb and Windows would start, and since Windows 8 comes with fastboot i never needed to plug my USB unless i wanted to use the BIOS
Please Help Me.
I saw alot of laptops use this "Insyde20H" so Idk if its the same for every laptop, and if that's the case is there a way to reinstall it? I hope that reinstalling it will remove the USB from the priority order...