First, thanks in advance!
This all started when I attempted updating my bios to version 59. After reading the horror stories about using the Windows updater, I used the USB stick method. It hung after about 10 seconds, and I left it for 2 days just to avoid resetting and possibly damaging the bios, but after those 2 days, I really didn't have a choice.
I reset it, and it went into a loop where it would reset itself every 5-10 seconds. That's been solved by others by recovering the bios. I was able to (somewhat) recover the bios by inserting a USB stick, and removing the bios jumper.
Now, the computer boots into the bios configuration with the bios jumper in the "config" 2-3 position, but when I switch it back to the 1-2 "normal" position, it makes 2 long beeps, which indicates a lack of display. I have a display plugged into a PCIe x16 graphics card that works fine, I just can't get the bios to realize that. It works fine in the bios configuration, and once I get it into Windows. My dilemma is that I don't want the other people that use this computer to have to tell the bios where to boot every time.
Here are our recommendations for this issue:
1. Press <F9> to restore BIOS default settings.
2. Set the video output to PCI in the BIOS.
3. Check the boot priority and if possible provide more detailed information about the issue.