I had to reset the BIOS back to stock and leave the entry. I can't know your recovery but will share that I thought I had bricked it. It took 2 minutes for the BIOS or screen to show up so that was annoying.
Hello. I have installed Ubuntu on my laptop alongside Windows 10. And today I have decided to remove it completely (deleting its partition and its folder in "EFI" partition; this is not the first time I perform these actions). After that I have removed it from boot list in BIOS.
After rebooting... nothing happens. There is just a black screen, no any sound, the display is just turned off. The keyboard illumination glows for a few seconds. Just nothing happens. I tried to make BIOS reset by removing the battery, the CMOS battery and unplugging the AC adapter (for one hour). No result. There is just a black screen, without any sign of BIOS appearing on the screen. Even screen LED-backlit doesn't turn on
The indicator lights work as usual, as well as the cooler and the optical disk drive.
Laptop model: ASUS Q550LF