HELL YEAH!!!!!!! THANK YOU GOD, WMSBIOS.COM, JANOS AND RAINBOW, AND GOOGLE.COM!!!!! You folks saved me some serious $$$. I have a HP ze5375us laptop and was stupid and ran the Winphlash that was provided by the hp.com website which flashes the bios from windows (yeah I know first mistake but I was in a hurry as my it's my brothers and he had to leave to go out of town). Well when I ran the program it started to program block one of the bios and then the laptop rebooted, so walla no laptop anymore. I read about the boot block in the service manual and got the laptop to start reading a floppy but it would not read correctly and would sometimes just sit with the floppy light on after reading the disk like it was going to boot but it did not do anything after reading the disk(I waited at least for 10 minutes). Well I found that disk/file Rainbow discovered at a new location since it has been so long.
http://www.daewoocomputer.co.kr/Korean/ ... e=5320.zip
I ran the crisdisk.bat file from that zip file that I downloaded and made a disk. Then I downloaded the bios file from hp.com and made a disk with that. Next, I copied the platform.bin, config.sys, phlash.exe and the hp *.bin file to my computer(from the HP disk I made). I renamed the *.bin file to BIOS.ROM, edited the config.sys file with notepad and changed the line that had "shell = a:\phlash.exe /c /mode=2 /S F06.bin" <--I changed F06.bin to BIOS.ROM and saved the file.
Then I copied the new config.sys file, bios.rom and the platform.bin and phlash.exe that was from the HP bios disk to the crisis disk that I made and overwrote any files when prompted. I put the boot-block jumper in the laptop's lpt port, the floppy disk in and turned the laptop on. The disk started to read like usual but then it kept reading and reading which before it stop after about 10 to 15 seconds. After it stopped reading the green light on the floppy stayed on and I thought it was still not working but I was going to wait for at least a few minutes. THEN BAM!!! the light went off and the computer reboot and all the lights on the laptop (pwr, hdd, one touch keys) all lit up like normal where as before they would come on for half a second and go out. After it started to reboot again it began to read the floppy again so I quick removed the floppy so it would not reflash the bios again. Then I held the power button down to turn the laptop off and removed the boot block jumper. Next, I turned the laptop on AND WALLA THIS SUCKER IS ALIVE AGAIN!!!!!!!! Thanks again everyone. I hope these detailed instructions help future people that hose their bios thanks to tools pc makers provide but take no responsibility for. Jerks. $500 my ass. Nice work fellow pc hackers.