So, i got a wired ethernet cord and decided to move my pc so i could better access the port, i unplugged all the externals (monitor, periferals, power cord) and moved it to the other side of my desk, i plugged it in, turned it on, it went through the whole EZ bios thing that came with my motherboard, booted up my hard drive, then the blue windows logo with the spinning white circle of dots appears, screen goes black, then nothing but the white spinning dot circle is on screen, leave it there for a good 3 hours, nothing happens. Ive restarted it a couple of times without any change. Can annyone help me.
If you did a BIOS update that failed. Then you only option you have is to replace the BIOS chip with a correctly programmed one. That can only be obtained from the motherboard manufacturer.
I don't understand why you were doing a BIOS update at all. You might have disconnected the hard disk when you moved the computer. That might trigger a BIOS error message. Perhaps you need to take the computer to a local PC repair shop since it appears that it's going to need "hand on" access to the hardware to diagnose.