Ssd veya hdd bağlı ancak sorunum bi değil ki
Bios virüsü ile ilgili bir şey soruyorum.
Ssd or hdd is connected but my problem is not that
I'm asking something about bios virus.
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Maybe that's the problem. If the hard drives and ssds are plugged into the motherboard, they should be showing up in the bios info tab. It doesn't seem to be a virus related problem. It should be showing up like this:
Can you click on STORAGE DEVICE CONFIGURATION and check if all sata ports are enabled?
Ok I'll check but could this be happening because of a BIOS virus?
Also, I asked how to get administrator permission and how to give it.
Can you help me? @egydiocoelho
I'm following the topic. There's no need to be dripping. I usually reply when I have some free time. About your questions:
1 Ok I'll check but could this be happening because of a BIOS virus?
In my opinion, no! This can happen, when the sata ports are disabled in the bios or it could just be a bad connection from the hard drives or ssds to the motherboard.
2 Also, I asked how to get administrator permission and how to give it.
Occurs when the user accesses a program as an administrator. For example:
1. Ok sorry
2. Such permission may have been granted. How do I know if I have given such permission?
3. Also, someone on the microsoft forum said that if I just update the BIOS with a BIOS update file that has a Bios virus, I can get a BIOS virus and I can't download it from somewhere, or do things like copy paste. Is this true?
Forget the virus problem. Windows is not booting, correct? Can you check if sata ports are enabled here?
If all ports are enabled and still the ssd or hdd is not showing in the bios info tab, unplug the lition battery and then unplug the hdd and ssd like this:
Then reconnect the ssd, hdd and lithium battery in that order. Then check again if the ssd and hdd appear in the bios info tab.
No, there is no such thing as my computer not turning on.
I just want to make sure if there is a BIOS virus or not... I'm a little paranoid about these things too
There is no bios virus installed on your computer. No need to worry about it. Now, there are good tools that scan your hard drive: Junkware Removal Tool, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, and kaspersky.
Yes the hard drive is scanned but as far as I know the BIOS is not.
Can this BIOS virus be transmitted from USB and things like that, from connected devices or by downloading from the internet, apart from the infected BIOS update?
Read this article: https://www.f-secure.com/v-descs/boovirus.shtml
I have read it but I have question marks in my mind.
Can these BIOS viruses infect other places from the infected computer?
Even if it is infected, is it effective on the infected computer and goes to the BIOS? @egydiocoelho
As I said earlier, no! You need to provide administrator permission for this to happen.
but as far as i know admin permission is not enough.
I know that it can enter the BIOS with the bios update. Is this true? @egydiocoelho
Don't worry about it. There is nothing wrong with your computer.
ok but is there any possibility to enter BIOS except BIOS update? @egydiocoelho
No, it's not possible!
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