Hey, thanks to everyone in advance,
So my personal computer is a Dell E5540, I had Windows 10/Ubuntu dual boot running on it.
Last night I was logging out of Ubuntu and moving over to windows, so I restarted the machine and it got stuck in a Dell logo with a loading bar under it.
I started to troubleshoot did a hard reset (turn off, remove battery and AC, press power button for about 30 seconds, turno computer back on) and it still ended up stuck in dell logo.
I kept looking for answers online, someone suggested removing the CMOS battery (I belive this is where the big bleepup happened) I did so and after booting the machine, I get past the Dell logo and get stuck in a "Intel Rapid Storage option rom" with a message that says "RAID VOLUMES: None defined", shows my SSD and HDD, stays there until a restart and get stuck there again after doing so.
I am not able to access the BIOS setup nor the F12 boot menu, it says it's loading but just continues to "Raid volumes" screen, If I remove the SDD, the HD or both from the computer I dont get the "Raid Volumes" screen but rather just end up with a black screen and blinking cursor, not able to access F2, F8 diagnostics, nor the F12 menu ither.
So far i have searched and done a lot of things, I belive the BIOS on my board is corrupted.
Any one out there able to help me resolve this issue? I't seems kinda hard to belive my computer is done for, is there any way of flashing a BIOS without being able to access anything?