Stuck in bios post screen

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  1. Heraklist

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    Hello everyone.
    I have a very strange problem with my laptop (clevo w251hnq). I change my hard disk from msdos to gpt. For dual boot windows and Linux. I make partitions for Linux and 1 partition for bios. This partition I deleted (idiot). After that I change from bios the (bios sata mode selection) from IDE to AHCI. And now I cannot to boot from hard disk or usb. And every time to power on my laptop, stuck in bios post screen, I cannot boot on bios to reset. I try to pull out the cmos battery, without any battery or charger. But nothing..
     
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    I would Google UEFI boot partition recovery or the like to see if you have options. It seen it happen before that someone wiped it.
     
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    I search for this solution in Google, but all solution is to boot on windows. My problem is that I cannot enter on bios settings, or boot on any device. The problem start, when i change I change from bios the (bios sata mode selection) from IDE to AHCI.
     
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    Why can't you get into the BIOS?
     
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    I don't know.. This is my question. And I search to find the solution if anyone they know..
     
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    Have you removed the disk and used the bios key (f2 or del usually)
     
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    I have tried this.
    remove laptop battery, cmos and power button for 1 minute and 5-6 times

    hard drive removal and operation (along with the first step)

    hard disk and ram removal (one by one) (again with the first step)

    start by holding down f2 before pressing power button
     
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    Have you tried pressing the key rapidly rather than holding it down?
     
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