Hi, I attempted to upgrade the BIOS on my Satellite M305-S4848, I did the upgrade using a boot-able dos USB flash drive. The update was almost complete and then the system just shutdown. When I powered the system back up I was met with a blank screen and one long and two short beeps around 30 second intervals. I then tried created a crisis recovery disk for the phoenix bios to use my usb floppy drive to recover the BIOS. The Problem I encountered was the bios file is too big for the floppy. The fn+b seems to initialize the recovery mode but I cannot get the file fitted on a floppy. So then I assumed it would support crisis recovery mode from the USB flash drive but even after formatting the flash drive it will not recognize the flash drive. It lights up for a second and then shortly after the beep sequence starts. I did this also with a cd by creating a bootable cd with the crisis recovery files, the drive spins up but still no effect. In this instant I have no beeps, the system just sits there idle. I then created a virtual floppy disk and created an image using a 2.88 mb image, created an iso using the floppy boot sector and burnt it to cd hoping the cd would emulate a floppy and initialize the sequence. This failed as well. In short I want to know if anyone knows of any other successful method of recovery the BIOS on this series laptop or any method of recovering the BIOS of any laptop that has a 2 mb WPH BIOS file.