HELP!!! My iRULU WalknBook 10.1 has become unusable!

So, I woke up this morning to use my WalknBook 10.1. However, when I went into the BIOS and enabled a few settings, I restarted, and then...

My laptop stopped working!

I can no longer use it as it has become inoperable/unstable. I could tell that these were settings that can prevent the system from booting properly. I am unable to find a solution, nor will I be able to fix the laptop myself.

Please help me find a way to make this thing work again!

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So, does the behavior persist if you undo all the changes you made to the BIOS & reboot?
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Actually, when I power on the device after configuring the BIOS, the camera LED lights up, but the screen does not turn on at all. The camera LED would stay on for a longer period if it has trouble booting up.

Please give me some advice here! This is a serious issue that needs to be resolved!

You know, I'm a fan of SoundSpectrum's visuals. I just like to create my own configs and submit them.

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Have you undone all of the changes you made to the BIOS & restarted the computer yet? Do you a have a restore point which predates your messing around in the BIOS? Why were you messing around in the BIOS anyway?

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You know, I felt like I wanted to enable some options that were not enabled. After I restarted, it became unusable, as someone explained that these were options used by "technicians", which can render the device inoperable. I am unable to revert the changes, because the PC is permanently broken. It will not start at all; all it will do is just light up the camera LED for a long period and not turn on the screen.

Please help! I need to get this thing fixed!

You know, I'm a fan of SoundSpectrum's visuals. I just like to create my own configs and submit them.

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No one here can fix this for you.

REPOSTING => Have you tried undoing all of the changes you made to the BIOS & then restarting the computer?

REPOSTING => Do you a have a restore point which predates your messing around in the BIOS?

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No. I can't do it if my device is unusable. All it will do is just light up the camera LED for a long period and not turn on the screen.
You know, I'm a fan of SoundSpectrum's visuals. I just like to create my own configs and submit them.

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Maybe iRULU Customer Support could help? => 614-662-8067 or possibly 800-542-1798
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