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Phoenix WinPhlash

BIOS update failed! Failed to flash BIOS...

 
   
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  Phoenix WinPhlash 

 
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  BIOS update failed! Failed to flash BIOS image:
The AC adapter and battery must be plugged in.
BIOS is not flashable.
Error code: -144

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Typical location
  C:\Documents and Settings\Active-user\Local Settings\Temp\Winphlash\

 
Issued By
  Winphlash.exe

 
OS
  Windows XP

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  Phoenix Technologies Ltd.    
 
   
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Removed Battery, Flashed W/ Ac
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With a Dell Vostro Model 1710, remove the battery (it was new, but it wasn't charging). Using the AC adapter only for power, proceed with the flash.

 
   
 
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  Danno
Posted: 8-Oct-2013
Solutions Created: 1
 
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Last update: 09-Nov-2010 10:00 am