So you were using a bios for a different
laptop model. This will teach people, even if underneath it's a model made by a large OEM like Compal, the end result may be different enough to brick
it when used with a branded bios and vice-versa...
Right, after the lecture, on to recovery (hopefully).
I sincerely hope you made a backup of the original Compal bios, there's no download available for this model at their website yet. If you didn't, you will have to contact your reseller/distributor for it, and hope they are willing to give it to you free of charge.
It's possible to use an USB stick, it needs to be FAT16 or FAT32 formatted.
I found this:
INSYDE BIOS RECOVERY METHOD added 28/11/2009
Most Insyde bios have a secret 'failsafe' to recover from a bad bios flash. We better hope this one has, too. -get the proper .FD file for your notebook, rename it to the first 4 digits and .BIN (ie: 30F3F2C.FD would become 30F3.BIN)
-put newly named bin file on a fat16 or fat32 USB stick, plug it in the notebook
-unit should be off, press and hold windows key and B
-plug in AC power while holding those buttons
-turn on notebook, let go of all buttons once LED lights come on
-the notebook will beep every second, as it searches for the .bin file
-if its filename matches your systems motherboard code, it will flash, and reboot
-all is fixed