Updating your bios
To update BIOS through a USB, the USB needs to be of 1 GB or less. Keep tapping the F10 key to enter the BIOS settings menu.On some systems, BIOS settings menu is accessible by pressing the F2 or F6 key.Make sure the battery is present in the laptop and the AC adapter is connected with it the whole time.Reboot when asked and you’ve got the latest BIOS on your system up and running.
One thing the Asus tech recommended which solved the problem was removing and unplugging everything from the system (probably not the ram). Don't use that tool, just make a bootable USB and update it from that.Windows 10 gives you a lot of options you can configure directly within the operating system, but on every laptop or desktop, there are some settings you can only change in the BIOS (basic input/output system). The BIOS is the software that is built into your computer's motherboard and controls everything from the boot order of your drives to preboot security options to whether the Fn key on your keyboard activates a function key or a media control. Don’t interrupt the updating process once it has started.Reboot when asked and you’ve got the latest BIOS version in town.
Go to HP Software & Driver Downloads on any other pc you can access which has an internet connection.