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The services are to provide new replacement flash memory devices or the reprogramming of existing devices, devices will be flashed with the BIOS FILES based on the information provided about the relevant hardware previously from yourself. It is the customers responsibility to send the devices to BIOSFLASHUK(if applicable). All customer devices will be returned via standard P&P unless otherwise requested.
Once the device leaves BiosflashUK it is the customers responsibility. If the order arrives at the customers provided address damaged or is lost in the post or delayed, then no replacement/refund will be given, it is the CUSTOMERS responsibility to make a claim with royal mail. In the event of any claim with royal mail, the customer requests a proof of posting (i.e. recorded/special delivery slip or certificate of posting), and an invoice from BiosflashUK, then this will be sent to the customer via standard post, once this proof of posting/invoice leaves BiosflashUK, it is the customers responsibility and we would recommend recorded/special delivery for this proof of posting and invoice document (at the customers cost).
You must protect your device when posting (i.e. Observe electrostatic precautions, place the BIOS chip in protective P&P with pins protected!).
All motherboards (laptop/PC), sent for repair of their BIOS devices (i.e. de-soldering/re-soldering), are sent entirely at their owners risk, and must be well packaged, we recommend a postal tracking method( i.e. special delivery or compensation method), to protect your motherboard.
Information found on this web-site is provided at a level to help you find a solution to your BIOS problem.
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