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    ASUS T100TA BIOS Recovery

    Hello,

    It seems that I've found a way to launch UEFI BIOS Recovery process on the T100TA. Here is what you need to do:

    1. Download the latest BIOS version (313)
    2. Format a USB stick as FAT32
    3. Copy T100TAAS.313 to the root of the USB disk and rename it to T100TA.bin (T100TA has to be uppercase, the extension needs to be lowercase - this is very important)
    4. Connect the keyboard, insert the USB stick into the dock USB port
    5. Make sure the tablet is plugged in (otherwise the flash tool will show an error)
    6. PRESS THE HARDWARE START BUTTON on the left side of the tablet and without releasing the button power on the tablet by holding the Power button for ~2 seconds
    7. When the camera indicator lights up, release the start button and wait
    8. After several seconds you will see the blue screen of the flash utility

    I have just tried it on my working T100TA, and I was able to reflash 313 with no issues. Reflashing this way resets NVRAM as well.
    Last edited by HairyCube; 05-22-2015 at 02:44 AM.

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    Thank you for posting this info. It saved my non-booting T100.
    [SOLVED] T100 won't power on, black screen

    Step 6: "PRESS THE HARDWARE START BUTTON" refers to the button below the volume buttons.

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    Thank you!! Saved my note!!
    I though it was dead forever!!

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    I Have one TF T100TA-C1-GR with the same problem. I have tried to update the BIOS from 214 to 314 and the BIOS show me that everything is ok and the TF will be shut off. After that the computer doesn't turn on again. When I plug the power cord the white light comes on but no boot. I tried this steps but without success...
    I have got this bios file: ASUS Transformer Book T100TA | 2-in-1 PCs | ASUS USA
    No sucess..

    Please someone help me!! :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghvsoftarts View Post
    I Have one TF T100TA-C1-GR with the same problem. I have tried to update the BIOS from 214 to 314 and the BIOS show me that everything is ok and the TF will be shut off. After that the computer doesn't turn on again. When I plug the power cord the white light comes on but no boot. I tried this steps but without success...
    I have got this bios file: ASUS Transformer Book T100TA | 2-in-1 PCs | ASUS USA
    No sucess..

    Please someone help me!! :-(
    I'm sorry to say you may be out of luck fixing this on your own.

    BIOS 214 and 314 are actually meant for 2 different t100 models. The T100TA and T100TAN. We recommend using the winflash utility provided by Asus which checks that the bios file is compatible with your device before flashing it. If you installed a BIOS file inside the bios itself this check doesn't happen and the device essentially bricks itself

    You can contact asus and try to initiate an RMA to reflash the motherboard. Other than that there is not much else you can do other than trying to replace the motherboard yourself.

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    Hmmm, looks like I have similar problem on T100HA
    After installing latest update looked like all was ok but on reboot after firmware update
    All three lines ended up as OK
    After rebooting it's stuck on Asus logo
    I can enter bios and move within, reset it to defaults but can't enter Easyflash, it will just freeze.
    BTW the bios update was initiated using WinFlash.
    I followed the instructions OP posted except renamed the file to T100HA.bin
    There is no Start button on HA so tried volume -+
    Sadly it didn't do nothing

    More ideas?
    Thanks
    Last edited by lifeisfun; 04-08-2016 at 03:24 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HairyCube View Post
    Hello,

    It seems that I've found a way to launch UEFI BIOS Recovery process on the T100TA. Here is what you need to do:

    1. Download the latest BIOS version (313)
    2. Format a USB stick as FAT32
    3. Copy T100TAAS.313 to the root of the USB disk and rename it to T100TA.bin (T100TA has to be uppercase, the extension needs to be lowercase - this is very important)
    4. Connect the keyboard, insert the USB stick into the dock USB port
    5. Make sure the tablet is plugged in (otherwise the flash tool will show an error)
    6. PRESS THE HARDWARE START BUTTON on the left side of the tablet and without releasing the button power on the tablet by holding the Power button for ~2 seconds
    7. When the camera indicator lights up, release the start button and wait
    8. After several seconds you will see the blue screen of the flash utility

    I have just tried it on my working T100TA, and I was able to reflash 313 with no issues. Reflashing this way resets NVRAM as well.

    Is there a way to force/push this over to a bricked T100TA similar to ADB for android?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpilch View Post
    Is there a way to force/push this over to a bricked T100TA similar to ADB for android?
    Ah, you found this procedure... I think it's a straight forward procedure well described by HairyCube. The key steps are the pushing of the buttons. Just try it and let us know if it works.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rickscheller View Post
    Ah, you found this procedure... I think it's a straight forward procedure well described by HairyCube. The key steps are the pushing of the buttons. Just try it and let us know if it works.
    Tried this one, but no luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbredfred View Post
    Thank you for posting this info. It saved my non-booting T100.
    [SOLVED] T100 won't power on, black screen

    Step 6: "PRESS THE HARDWARE START BUTTON" refers to the button below the volume buttons.
    My Manual calls it the Windows Button, which is just below the Volume button.
    Press this button to go back to the Start screen. If you are already in the Start screen, press this button to go back to the last app you opened.
    Last edited by Rocket_Scientist; 04-28-2016 at 04:10 PM.
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