I have a HP dvd9904ca laptop, which worked just fine. Then I decided to upgrade the BIOS (to F34) as per HP's "recommendation" (thanks very much HP!). The flash process (within Windows) succeeded and the machine shut down afterwards. When I powered it back on, nothing happened. No access to the HDD, nothing. Not even the BIOS screen. I then started surfing the web trying to find a solution and fix. What I've done so far: I got myself a USB floppy drive and 3.5" floppy, downloaded and ran "crisdisk", coped the extracted WPH file(s) on the disk and tried a recovery. The laptop boots from the USB disk (after holding the Windows + B keys, then pressing the power button, releasing both keys a few seconds later). Everything seems to go as planned, lots of beeping, the machine shuts down but after turning it back on, still nothing. Here is a question I just couldn't find an answer for yet: when I extract the BIOS file, I see two WPH files (an "A" and a "B"). As both files won't fit on the floppy, I tried first "A", then"B". But no luck. Is there a single BIOS file somewhere for my machine I can use? FYI, the laptop is out of warranty and contacting HP is senseless as I have been transferred around and finally gave up. Any lead would be much appreciated as I really would like to use this machine again. Thanks in advance!