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HP EliteBook Folio 1020 G1 Notebook PC User manual
Technical white paper
HP Business Notebook
and Desktop PC F10 setup
overview
2014 Business PC models
Table of Contents
CONTENTS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ................................................................................................................................ 3
SUPPORTED MODELS ................................................................................................................................. 3
MOST RECENT ENHANCEMENTS .................................................................................................................. 3
TOUCH AND TOUCH KEYBOARD SUPPORT.................................................................................................................................................................... 3
ALWAYS ON REMOTE MANAGEMENT.......................................................................................................................................................................... 3
VIRTUAL KEYBOARD ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
FIRMWARE UPDATES .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 3
SECURITY HARD DRIVE TOOLS ................................................................................................................................................................................. 3
SECURITY DEVICE ID .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 3
INDEPENDENT CAMERA CONTROL.............................................................................................................................................................................. 4
NFC DISABLE BY DEFAULT ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
IMPORTANT FEATURES .............................................................................................................................. 4
UPDATING BIOS OVER A NETWORK ........................................................................................................................................................................... 4
HP TOUCHPOINT MANAGER ALWAYS ON REMOTE MANAGEMENT .................................................................................................................................... 4
HP SURE START .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
ADDITIONAL ENHANCEMENTS ................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
F10 SETUP FOR HP BUSINESS NOTEBOOKS ................................................................................................... 4
MAIN MENU .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
SECURITY MENU .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
ADVANCED MENU ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
LANGUAGE SUPPORT .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
OVERVIEW OF BUSINESS NOTEBOOK OPTIONS ............................................................................................................................................................. 6
F10 SETUP FOR HP BUSINESS DESKTOPS ................................................................................................... 15
FILE MENU..........................................................................................................................................................................................................15
STORAGE MENU ...................................................................................................................................................................................................15
SECURITY MENU ..................................................................................................................................................................................................15
POWER MENU .....................................................................................................................................................................................................16
ADVANCED MENU .................................................................................................................................................................................................16
OVERVIEW FOR HP BUSINESS DESKTOPS ................................................................................................................................................................. 17
APPENDIX A: HP SURE START ................................................................................................................... 23
VERIFY BOOT BLOCK ON EVERY BOOT ...................................................................................................................................................................... 23
BIOS DATA RECOVERY POLICY ................................................................................................................................................................................ 23
RESTORE NETWORK CONTROLLER CONFIGURATION TO THE FACTORY DEFAULTS ............................................................................................................... 23
LOCK BIOS VERSION ............................................................................................................................................................................................23
SURE START POLICY CONTROLS .............................................................................................................................................................................. 23
Identifying BIOS corruption ............................................................................................................................... 23
Recovering from BIOS corruption ...................................................................................................................... 23
APPENDIX B: BIOS OVERVIEW FOR HP ELITEPAD 1000 ................................................................................. 25
APPENDIX C: CREATING AN IN-HOUSE REPOSITORY TO SUPPORT BIOS UPDATES ........................................... 28
INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................................... 28
TERMINOLOGY ....................................................................................................................................................................................................28
FINDING A PARTICULAR BIOS FILE ............................................................................................................. 28
ORGANIZING THE CATALOG....................................................................................................................... 28
CATALOG FILE SCHEMA ..........................................................................................................................................................................................28
SAMPLE FILE .......................................................................................................................................................................................................29
NAMING CONVENTIONS .........................................................................................................................................................................................30
SETTING UP A REPOSITORY ...................................................................................................................... 30
INSTRUCTIONS ....................................................................................................................................................................................................30
Sample catalog file ............................................................................................................................................ 30
FINAL CAVEAT ......................................................................................................................................... 31
APPENDIX D: ENABLING HP TOUCHPOINT MANAGER ALWAYS ON REMOTE MANAGEMENT ............................... 32
SUPPORTED PLATFORMS ......................................................................................................................................................................................32
Activation ........................................................................................................................................................... 32
HP Touchpoint Manager after Activation .......................................................................................................... 33
APPENDIX E: BOOT ERROR CODES ............................................................................................................. 34
CPU NOT EXECUTING CODE ....................................................................................................................................................................................34
BIOS RECOVERY CODE UNABLE TO FIND VALID BIOS RECOVERY IMAGE ............................................................................................................................ 34
FAILURE - MEMORY MODULE ERROR ....................................................................................................................................................................... 34
GRAPHICS CONTROLLER ERROR (NO CONTROLLER) .................................................................................................................................................... 35
FAILURE - SYSTEM BOARD ERROR........................................................................................................................................................................... 35
INTEL TRUSTED EXECUTION TECHNOLOGY (TXT) ERROR ............................................................................................................................................. 35
SURE START UNABLE TO FIND VALID BIOS BOOT BLOCK IMAGE ..................................................................................................................................... 35
SURE START HAS IDENTIFIED A PROBLEM (MANUAL RECOVERY POLICY SET) .................................................................................................................... 35
FOR MORE INFORMATION ......................................................................................................................... 36
DISCLAIMER ............................................................................................................................................ 36
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Executive summary
For decades, HP has provided unique customer value through an internally developed Read Only Memory Basic Input/Output
System (ROM BIOS), a set of routines that enable a PC to load the operating system and communicate with various devices
such as storage drives, keyboard, display, slots, and ports. The BIOS ensures that there is a high degree of integration between
firmware and HP professional innovations such as HP Client Security Software Suite, HP Power Assistant, and HP Client
Management Solutions.
HP F10 Setup, the BIOS configuration user interface provided with HP PCs, provides easy access to an impressive set of
features.
Supported models
The F10 Setup described in this white paper is available on select models introduced in 2014. There are separate sections for
HP notebook, desktop and tablet models.
• HP EliteBook Revolve 810 G3
• HP ZBook 14 Mobile Workstation
• HP ZBook 15u Mobile Workstation
• HP ZBook 17 Mobile Workstation
• HP Pro x2 612 G1
• HP Elite x2 1011 G1
• HP ElitePad 1000 G2
• HP EliteBook 1000 G2 series
• HP EliteBook 800 G2 series
• HP EliteBook Revolve 810 G3
• HP EliteBook 700 G1 and G2 series
• HP ProBook 400 G2 series
Most recent enhancements
HP has added several options to the 2014 version of the F10 Setup, including those outlined below.
Touch and Touch Keyboard support
On supported devices, you may choose to use the touchscreen and on-screen touch keyboard capabilities, or you may choose
to disable both from the BIOS.
Always On Remote Management
On supported devices, you may enroll your HP PC to protect your device and data upon loss or theft. This advanced level of
security is active even in low power computer states (sleep, hibernate and soft off). This feature requires a subscription to the
HP Touchpoint Manager cloud service. Visit www.hp.com/touchpoint for more information.
Virtual Keyboard
On select devices you can change how your keyboard functions, so that it conforms with one of eighteen different keyboard
languages.
Firmware updates
On select devices, you can control whether or not you wish to accept automatic firmware updates.
Security Hard Drive Tools
A wide variety of HP security tools, including DriveLock, Secure Erase and Disk Sanitizer, are now available in one place.
Security Device ID
The Asset Tracking Number and Ownership Tag have been consolidated under a single policy setting.
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Independent Camera Control
The HP Pro x2 612 G1 includes the ability to separately manage each camera included in this device, via ”enable” and “disable”
settings found in the F10 Setup menu.
NFC Disable by Default
On HP ElitePad 1000 devices, the default setting for NFC is now disabled.
Important Features
Updating BIOS over a network
BIOS Update via Network is the BIOS option that allows BIOS updates to be downloaded over a network from hp.com or a
customer-created repository.
This feature is available on select HP notebooks, desktops, and workstations. For more information on creating a custom
repository, refer to Appendix C.
HP Touchpoint Manager Always On Remote Management
Enrolling the PC in the HP Touchpoint Manager cloud service allows the owner to manage the device via the HP Touchpoint
Manager console from a phone, tablet or PC using a standard web browser. After enrollment, when the machine is running
Windows, the HP Touchpoint Manager agent on the platform forwards service commands to the system BIOS to execute
security and management tasks including a machine lock and a hard drive wipe. If the machine is placed into a Sleep,
Hibernate, or Off state the device will then periodically “call home” to the HP Touchpoint Manager server to report its status
and retrieve/execute any pending commands. This feature also reports boot error codes to the Touchpoint Manager server to
assist in problem resolution and decrease the number of returned systems.
For more information on setting up and using HP Touchpoint Manager Always On Remote Management, refer to Appendix D.
For more information on boot error codes refer to Appendix E.
HP Sure Start
Select EliteBook PCs offer HP Sure Start, which provides hardware-based assurance of the following:
•
HP-approved firmware is running on the HP Embedded Controller (EC) – EC Options in BIOS found under “BIOS
Integrity Checking” and in some systems as “HP Sure Start.”
•
An HP-approved BIOS is running on the host processor
HP Sure Start verifies the integrity of HP BIOS code residing in the main flash and provides self-healing mechanisms to restore
any code that has been corrupted within the flash.
For more information, see the Sure Start section of this document (Appendix A).
Additional enhancements
For select PCs without HP Sure Start, HP has enhanced its protection against attacks at the BIOS level. This added security is a
part of HP BIOSphere and includes:
•
Inspection of the system BIOS prior to each boot of the host processor, ensuring only HP approved code executes at
start-up
•
Delivery of an enhanced core root of trust, based on hardware, not software, and not easily circumvented via
physical replacement
•
Support across multiple chipsets
•
Platform support for HP 400 series ProBooks
F10 Setup for HP Business Notebooks
HP F10 Setup features for business notebooks include file, security, and system configuration categories.
Main menu
The Main menu provides access to general options such as:
•
System Information
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•
System Diagnostics
•
Update System BIOS
•
Restore Defaults
•
Reset BIOS security to factory default
•
Ignore Changes and Exit
•
Save Changes and Exit
Security menu
The Security menu provides access to security-related options such as:
•
Create an Administrator password for BIOS F10 Setup
•
Password Policy
•
Change Password
•
Fingerprint Reset on Reboot (if Present)
•
HP SpareKey
•
HP SpareKey Enrollment
•
User Management
•
Set Security Level
•
Restore Security Level Defaults
•
BIOS Integrity Checking (Embedded Controller)
•
TPM Embedded Security
•
System Management Command (SMC)
•
Anti-Theft Tools
•
Hard Drive Tools
•
System IDs
Advanced menu
The Advanced menu allows you to set System Date and Time and Language. Other options include:
•
Language
•
Set System Date and Time
•
Boot options
•
BIOS Power-On
•
Device Configuration
•
Built-In Device OptionsPort Options
•
AMT options 1 (on select models)
•
HP Touchpoint Manager Options
Language support
HP F10 Setup for business notebooks has extensive language support. You can display the GUI in English, French, German,
Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Danish, Japanese, Norwegian, Portuguese, Swedish, Finnish, Chinese Traditional, or Chinese Simplified.
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Intel® Active Management Technology (AMT) requires an Intel AMT-enabled chipset, network hardware and software, as well as connection with a power source
and a corporate network connection. Setup requires configuration by the purchaser and may require scripting with the management console or further
integration into existing security frameworks to enable certain functionality. It may also require modifications of implementation of new business processes.
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Overview of Business Notebook options
Table 1 provides a detailed list of F10 Setup options for HP business notebooks.
Table 1. Key features for F10 Setup on select HP business notebook PCs. Some features may require a Windows 7 or Windows 8 operating
system.
MAIN MENU
Feature
Function
Default setting,
if applicable
Reboot
required
System Information
Provides key system information, such as serial number,
model number, CPU type, and memory configuration
N/A
System Diagnostics
Provides access to diagnostic features, such as start-up test,
run-in test, memory test, and hard disk test
N/A
Update System BIOS
Updates system firmware from FAT 32 partition on the hard
drive, a USB disk–on-key, or the network
N/A
Note: Updating BIOS over the network is supported on 600/800
notebook models.
• Check the Network for
BIOS Updates
Updates the system BIOS by using an image stored on hp.com
or some other configurable network
Yes
• BIOS Version Update
Policy
Enabling will not allow any BIOS update from local media or
from the network.
Disabled
No
• Allow BIOS Update
using a Network
Enables or disabled the feature
Enabled
No
• Network Update Setting
User configurable settings
N/A
o Update BIOS using
Local Media
Updates the system BIOS by using an image stored on local
media such as the hard drive or a USB drive
Yes
o Back-up BIOS to
Local Media
Puts an image of System BIOS on the HP_TOOLS partition
Yes
Note: This option does not work if a BIOS administrator has
been set.
Restore Defaults
Restores F10 settings to factory defaults
Yes
Reset BIOS Security to
Factory Default
Resets BIOS and Protect Tool Users, clears fingerprint tokens
and resets the TPM
Yes
Ignore Changes and Exit
Exits F10 Setup without saving any changes made during
current session
N/A
Save Changes and Exit
Exits F10 Setup and saves all changes made during current
session
N/A
SECURITY MENU
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Setup BIOS Administrator
Password
Establishes the BIOS Administrator password for admin privileges
No
Password Policy
Allows the administrator to select various rules for BIOS password
qualification 2
No
• Password Minimum
Length
Allows the administrator to specify the minimum number of
characters required for the F10 power-on password
No
• At least one symbol
required
Allows the administrator to require at least one symbol, such as $,
%, ^, &, or # for F10 power-on password
Disabled
No
• At least one number
required
Allows the administrator to require at least one number, such as
1, 2, or 3 for F10 power-on password
Disabled
No
BIOS Administrator password is required
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Feature
Function
Default setting,
if applicable
• At least one upper-case
character required
Allows the administrator to require at least one upper case
character, such as A, B, C, or D for F10 power-on password
Disabled
No
• At least one lower-case
character required
Allows the administrator to require at least one lowercase
character, such as a, b, c, or d for F10 power-on password
Disabled
No
• Are spaces allowed in
password?
Allows the administrator to permit spaces, such as “New York,” in
F10 power-on password
Disabled
No
Change Password
Change BIOS user password
Fingerprint Reset on
Reboot (if present)
Clears all registered fingerprints
Disabled
Yes
HP SpareKey
Allows users to establish a set of failsafe questions in the event
the power-on password is lost
Enabled
No
HP SpareKey Enrollment
Allows user configuration of HP SpareKey by answering any three
of ten questions for enrollment
No
•
What was the name of the first school you attended?
No
•
What is the name of your first pet?
• Enrollment questions
• Reset HP SpareKey
Questions and Answers
Reboot
required
No
•
What is your father’s middle name?
•
What is your mother’s middle name?
•
Who was your first employer?
•
Who was your first teacher?
•
What city were you born in?
•
In what city was your mother born?
•
In what city was your father born?
Deletes current challenge-and-answer questions
No
Allows BIOS Administrator to manage BIOS and HP Client
Security Software Suite Users – for example, for BIOS users, the
admin can:
No
USER MANAGEMENT
User Management
• Create additional users
• Specify privilege levels
• Create passwords (which can be changed by the individual
user)
Set Security Level
Allows administrator to restrict visibility or configurability of F10
Setup options for standard users
Yes
Restore Security Defaults
Restores the security level of F10 Setup options to default
Yes
EMBEDDED SECURITY
HP Sure Start
Verify Boot Block on
every boot
Only supported on EliteBook and ZBook notebooks
N/A
Verify the integrity of the system’s boot block on boot.
Disabled
Yes
• BIOS Data Recovery
Policy
Recover System Data (For manual recovery during boot up press
(Up Arrow + Down Arrow + ESC) to restore System Data
Automatic
Yes
• Restore Network
Configuration to factory
defaults
Restore the network address and other network parameters to
factory default
Yes
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Feature
Function
Default setting,
if applicable
Reboot
required
• TPM Embedded Security
Manages TPM Module settings
• TPM Device
Exposes the integrated TPM module
Available
Yes
• Embedded Security
Device State
Enables the integrated TPM module
Disabled
Yes
• TPM Reset to Factory
Default
Sets TPM Embedded Security settings to factory default
No
Yes
• OS Management of TPM
Allows operating system to manage TPM module
Enabled
Yes
• Reset of TPM from OS
Allows reset of TPM module from within the operating system
Disabled
Yes
System Management
Command
Allows authorized personnel to reset security settings in case of a
service event Note: In the event BIOS password is lost and this
option is disabled authorized personnel will not be able to remove
lost password.
Enabled
Yes
N/A
UTILITIES
Anti-Theft Tools
• Intel Anti-Theft
N/A
Server-based security
N/A
o
Active
Activates this option
Enabled
o
Suspend
Allows the feature to be disabled temporarily
Disabled
• Absolute Persistence
Module
o
Current State
Yes
Yes
N/A
Read-only setting that reports the current status
[Inactive/Active/Permanent Disabled]
Inactive
Hard Drive Tools
N/A
N/A
• Save/restore Master
Boot Record (MBR) of
the system hard drive
Saves a baseline MBR that can be restored if a change is detected
Disabled
Yes
• DriveLock
• Automatic DriveLock
Allows configuration of DriveLock Master and User passwords
Disabled
N/A
Requires the BIOS to authenticate the user before the drive is
unlocked. The user can be a BIOS user (managed by F10 Setup) or
a HP Client Security Software Suite user (managed by the OS).
Disabled
N/A
Note: Not applicable for UEFI boot modes
Following authentication, the BIOS automatically supplies the
DriveLock password.
A BIOS administrator password is required for this feature and is
set as the DriveLock master password.
• Disk Sanitizer
Erases all data on selected hard drive; typically used prior to
repurposing or donation (Not supported under RAID mode or on
SSDs)
N/A
• Secure Erase
Uses a built-in command drive to erase data on an SSD
N/A
System IDs
N/A
• Asset Tracking Number
Allows custom configuration of an asset tag (up to 18 characters)
Serial Number
No
• Ownership Tag
Allows custom configuration of an ownership tag (up to 40
characters)
Blank
No
• Ownership Tag 2
Allows custom configuration of an ownership tag (up to 40
characters)
Blank
No
English
Yes
ADVANCED MENU
Language
Selects between 14 languages
Note: Affects the BIOS, not the OS
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Feature
Function
Set System Data and Time
Allows entry of the current data and time
Default setting,
if applicable
Yes
Boot Options
Startup Menu Delay
(seconds)
3
Reboot
required
N/A
Allows user configuration of the length of time the Startup Menu
is displayed during POST
0
No
• Multiboot Express Boot
Popup Delay (seconds)
Allows user configuration of the length of time the Express Boot
option (F9) is displayed
0
No
• Audio Alerts During Boot
Enables audible error beeps during POST
Disabled
Yes
Disabled
No
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• Custom Logo
Enables use of custom logo screen during POST
• Display Diagnostics URL
Displays the HP support web address for diagnostics
Enabled
No
• Custom Help and URL
Message
Allows display of customized message and URL during POST
Disabled
No
• Require
Acknowledgement of
Battery Errors
Displays battery error screen until user presses the enter key
Disabled
No
Fast Boot
Reduces POST time by bypassing boot to USB, optical drive, PXE,
and DOS
Enabled
No
• CD-ROM Boot
Allows boot from optical media
Enabled
No
• SD Card Boot
Allows boot from SD card
Enabled
No
• Floppy Boot
Allows boot from USB floppy
Enabled
No
• PXE Internal NIC Boot
Allows boot from LAN in legacy or hybrid boot mode
Enabled
No
• PXE Internal IPV4 NIC
Boot
Allows PXE boot to IPv4 in native UEFI boot mode (enable on Win8
orders)
Disabled
No
• PXE Internal IPV6 NIC
Boot
Allows PXE boot to IPv6 in native UEFI boot mode (enable on Win8
orders)
Disabled
No
• USB Device Boot
Allows boot from USB storage device
Disabled
No
• Upgrade Bay Hard Drive
Boot
Allows boot from hard disk drive mounted in upgrade bay
Enabled
No
• eSATA Boot
Allows boot from eSATA storage device
Enabled
No
• Customized Boot
Allows boot from a custom boot path; loads the boot loader from
the path defined in Define Customized Boot Option (see below)
Enabled
No
Secure Boot Configuration
Allows Secure Boot feature (which verifies signature of boot
loader before loading OS) to be enabled or disabled; clears Secure
Boot keys
Disabled
N/A
• Secure Boot
Enables Secure Boot (enable on Win8 orders)
Disabled
Yes
• Clear Secure Boot Keys
Clears the Secure Boot keys
Disabled
Yes
• User Mode
Selects which keys the BIOS uses
HP Factory Keys,
Customer Keys
Yes
For more information, refer to the HP Business Notebook EFI Guidelines white paper.
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Feature
• Boot Mode
Function
Controls how OS is booted. Depending on the OS, options are:
Default setting,
if applicable
Reboot
required
Legacy
No
• Legacy or UEFI Hybrid (with CSM) Selected on NON Win8 orders
• UEFI Native (without CSM) Selected on Win8 orders
• UEFI Boot Order
Specifies UEFI boot order; requires boot mode set to UEFI Hybrid or
UEFI Native (applicable on Win8 orders)
NB Upgrade Bay
(UEFI),
OS Boot Manager,
NB Ethernet (UEFI),
USB hard drive,
eSATA hard drive,
SD card,
HP HV Secure Boot,
Generic USB device,
Customized Boot
No
• Legacy Boot Order
Specifies the legacy boot order; requires boot mode set to Legacy or
UEFI Hybrid (applicable on NON Win8 orders)
NB Upgrade Bay,
NB Hard Drive,
NB Hard Drive 2 (on
select models),
USB Floppy,
USB CD-ROM,
USB Hard Drive,
NB Ethernet,
SD Card,
Dock Upgrade Bay,
eSATA
No
• Define Customized
Boot Option
Specifies path for the customized boot option
• BIOS Power-On Time
(hh:mm)
Automatically powers system on based on preset schedule
No
Note: Only boots from this path if Customized Boot is enabled.
No
Shuts down Windows gracefully and ensures feature is on in F10
Setup
In Windows 7, set Allow wake timers to Enable in the desired power
plan (Control PanelPower Options)
Note: This option is only supported on AC power.
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
• BIOS Power-On Time
(hh:mm)
Day of week selection
Yes
Time of day entry
Yes
Device Configurations
N/A
• Fn Key switch
Accessibility feature to provide support for a function key press and
release followed by the function feature key, instead of both keys
having to be simultaneously pressed
Disabled
Yes
• USB Legacy Support
Enables mouse/keyboard support
Enabled
Yes
• Parallel Port Mode
Specifies parallel port mode
ECP
Yes
• Fan Always on while on
AC
Leaves the fan on while running on AC power
Enabled
Yes
• Data Execution
Prevention
Enables DEP on Intel-based systems, which strengthens security by
preventing applications/services from executing code from nonexecutable memory regions
Enabled
Yes
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Feature
Function
Default setting,
if applicable
Reboot
required
Language
Selects between 14 languages
English
Yes
Note: Affects the BIOS, not the OS
• SATA Device Mode
Enables and selects SATA Mode for internal drives
AHCI; For Smart
Response
Technology
models, RAID, IDE
Yes
• Wake on USB
Allows the system to resume from sleep when a USB input device is
triggered (such as mouse movement or keyboard key-press)
Enabled
Yes
• USB Charging Port
Allows an external device to charge until a specified battery charge
level is reached
Enabled, 10%
Yes
• Secondary Battery
Fast Charge
Stops charging the primary battery at 90% and begins charging a
secondary battery to optimize the charge cycle
Enabled
Yes
• Virtualization
Technology
Enables VT on Intel-based systems – a feature that is often used to
run virtual machines
Disabled
Yes
• Virtualization
Technology for
Directed I/O
Grants virtual machines direct access to peripheral devices on select
Intel platforms
Disabled
Yes
• TXT Technology
Enables Trusted Execution Technology on select Intel platforms, a
feature that defends against software-based attacks on sensitive
information stored on the system
Disabled
Yes
• Multi Core CPU
Enables dual/quad processor cores
Enabled
Yes
• Intel HT Technology
Enables Hyper-Threading on select Intel-based systems
Enabled
Yes
• NumLock on at boot
Enables Number Lock at boot
Disabled
Yes
Enable / Disable or allow BIOS to automatically enable / disable
Hybrid Graphics based on OS (when set to Auto).
Enabled
Yes
• Hybrid Graphics
When set to Auto, Hybrid Graphics is disabled for certain Linux OS.
(Auto on
Workstation)
When set to Disable, only the integrated graphics adapter is used on
selected platform. On Workstation, only the discrete graphics
adapter is used.
When set to Enable, both the integrated and discrete graphics
adapters are used.
Enabled
Yes
Selects the maximum SATA port speed between SATA II (3.0 Gbps) or
SATA III (6.0 Gbps)
3.0 Gbps / 6.0
Gbps
Yes
• Ctrl I Prompt
Enables the Ctrl +I Prompt, which allows the user to enter the RAID
Configuration Utility
Disabled
Yes
• HP HV Secure Boot
Enables HP Dynamic Protection, which allows a thin hypervisor layer
to run concurrently and share the system hardware
Disabled
Yes
• HP HV Secure Version
Control
ENABLES BIOS TO CHECK THE SPECIFIC VERSION OF THE HP DYNAMIC PROTECTION
PACKAGE AGAINST THE ALLOWED VERSION STORED IN BIOS
Disabled
Yes
• HP HV Secure Boot
Configuration
Lockdown
Enables the hypervisor to verify its current configuration against a
saved setting
Disabled
Yes
• Hybrid Graphics
Enhanced Display
Feature
Enable additional display capability to allow pre-OS applications to
be visible on any one of the available display at boot.
• Max SATA Speed
When disabled, pre-OS applications can only be visible on certain
displays (Internal Panel, VGA, System Display Port on selected
platforms) at boot. Digital displays attached to dock will not support
pre-OS applications.
Note: The platform only boots to the default boot loader
configuration file that is distributed with the target package.
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Feature
FUNCTION
Default setting,
if applicable
Intel Rapid Start
Technology
ENABLES INTEL RAPID START TECHNOLOGY, WHICH IMPROVES BATTERY LIFE
AND SYSTEM RESUME TIME ABOVE CURRENT STANDBY AND HIBERNATE LEVELS.
NOTE: THIS FEATURE ONLY WORKS WHEN AN SSD IS DETECTED. CURRENTLY,
IT IS ONLY SUPPORTED IN MSATA SSD-BASED SOLUTIONS.
Disabled
Yes
Entry on S3 RTC wake
Enables RTC wake to trigger the transition from S3 to Intel Rapid
Start Technology
Disabled
Yes
S3 Wake Timer
Specifies the length of time the system remains in S3 before an
RTC wake event is triggered
5 minutes
Yes
Entry on S3 Critical
Battery wake event
Enables critical battery event support on Intel Rapid Start
Technology; wakes the system to provide an alert that the
battery-level is low
Disabled
Yes
Express Card Link
Speed
Sets speed for Express Card Link. Generation 1 will set the Link
Speed to max 2.5 Gbit/s and Generation 2 will set the Link Speed
to a maximum of 5.0 Gbit/s
Generation 2
Yes
• Dynamic Platform and
Thermal Framework
(DPTF) 6.0
Allows users to set maximum power consumption on select Intel
platforms
Enabled
Yes
• Configurable TDP Lock
Thermal Design Power (TDP) Lock feature locks power
consumption to a nominal value on select Intel platforms
Disabled
Yes
• LPM
Uses Low Power Mode (LPM) setting requested by OS
OS-specific
N/A
• Configurable TDP Boot
Mode
Allows the user to specify the default power consumption on
select Intel platforms
TDP Down
Yes
• Smart Card Reader
Power Setting
Disables the power-saving feature of the Smart Card reader, thus
maintaining a session when the card is removed
Powered on if
card is present
Yes
Power Control
Allows the scheduling of a peak shift period and a batterycharging period
Enabled
Yes
• Power on unit when AC
is detected
Turns on the unit when AC power is applied
Disabled
Yes
• Deep Sleep
TURNS OFF POWER TO THE CHIPSET DURING SLEEP IN ORDER TO ENHANCE
Auto
Yes
BATTERY LIFE
Reboot
required
Off: Disables the feature
On: Power to the chipset is always turned off during Sleep.
Auto: System decides whether or not to turn power off
depending on battery state
Built-in Device Options 4
N/A
• Wireless Button State
Enables wireless button
Note: If this feature is disabled, the WLAN device cannot be
toggled on and off using the wireless button
Enabled
Yes
• Embedded WLAN
Device
Enables integrated 802.11 device
Enabled
Yes
• Embedded WWAN
Device
Enables integrated WWAN device
Enabled
Yes
• WWAN Quick Connect
Maintains power to the WWAN device to provide faster network
connection
Enabled
Yes
Enabled
Yes
Note: Also maintains power during S3
• Embedded GPS Device
4
Enables integrated GPS device
All devices not supported on all systems.
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Feature
Function
Default setting,
if applicable
• Embedded Bluetooth®
Enables integrated Bluetooth device
Enabled
Yes
• Embedded LAN
Controller
Enables integrated network interface controller (NIC) device
Enabled
Yes
• LAN/WLAN Switching
Enables automatic switching between embedded WLAN device
and embedded LAN controller; disables WLAN when LAN
connection is detected
Disabled
Yes
• Wake on LAN
Enables system to wake when a magic packet is received via LAN
Boot to Network
Yes
• Wake on LAN in
Battery/DC Mode
When powered by battery, enables system to wake via LAN
Disabled
Yes
NB Upgrade Bay
Enables integrated upgrade bay
Enabled
Yes
• Fingerprint
Enables fingerprint reader
Enabled
Yes
• Integrated Camera
Enables integrated camera
Enabled
Yes
• Audio Device
Enables integrated audio device
Enabled
Yes
• Modem Device
Enables integrated modem
Enabled
Yes
• Microphone
Enables integrated microphone
Enabled
Yes
• Speakers and
Headphones
Enables internal speakers and headphone jack
Enabled
Yes
• Wake Unit from Sleep
When Lid is Opened
Opening the lid wakes the computer from Sleep mode
Disabled
Yes
• Power on Unit When
Lid is Opened
Opening the lid powers on the computer
Disabled
Yes
• mSATA
Enables mSATA support
Enabled
Yes
• Boost Converter
Draws power from the battery when the system is on AC in order
to give the CPU a momentary performance gain by increasing the
overall power available to the CPU
Enabled
Yes
• Backlit Keyboard
Timeout
Specifies the timeout period for the keyboard’s backlit LEDs
15 seconds
Yes
Port Options
N/A
• Serial Port
Enables integrated serial port
Enabled
Yes
• Parallel Port
Enables integrated parallel port
Enabled
Yes
• Flash Media Reader
Enables integrated media card reader
Enabled
Yes
• USB Port
Enables integrated USB port
Enabled
Yes
• 1394 Port
Enables integrated 1394 port
Enabled
Yes
• Express Card Slot
Enables integrated Express Card slot
Enabled
Yes
• Smart Card
Enables integrated Smart Card slot
Enabled
Yes
• eSATA Port
Enables integrated eSATA port
Enabled
Yes
• Thunderbolt Port 5
Enables integrated Thunderbolt port
PCIe and
DisplayPort
Yes
Enables AMT provisioning using USB disk–on- key
Disabled
AMT Options
• USB Key Provisioning
5
Reboot
required
N/A
Yes
Thunderbolt is new technology. Install all the latest drivers for your Thunderbolt device before connecting the device to the Thunderbolt port. Thunderbolt cable
and Thunderbolt device (sold separately) must be compatible with Windows. To determine whether your device is Thunderbolt Certified for Windows, see
https://thunderbolttechnology.net/products.
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Feature
Function
Default setting,
if applicable
• Unconfigure AMT on
Next Boot
Resets AMT configuration options on next boot,
Disabled
Yes
• SOL Terminal
Execution Mode
Specifies terminal emulation mode
ANSI
Yes
• Firmware Progress
Event Support
Enables AMT progress events, allowing the status of clients to be
monitored remotely
Disabled
Yes
• Initiate Intel CIRA
Enables Intel CIRA feature
Disabled
Yes
HP Always On Remote
Management Options
Reboot
required
N/A
• Status
Read only. Indicates the current state of the feature, either
Activated, or Not Activated
Not Activated
N/A
• Allow Activation
Allows enrollment when enabled or un-enrolls and blocks any
current enrollment if disabled
Enabled
Yes
• Accept Commands
Only available when Allow Activation is Enabled. Setting to While
set to disabled, the platform will not accept commands from HP
Touchpoint Manager
Disabled
Yes
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F10 Setup for HP Business Desktops
File menu
The File menu provides access to general options such as:
•
View system information
•
Set date and time
•
Exit F10 Setup with or without saving changes to settings
•
Update system ROM
Storage menu
The Storage menu provides access to mass storage device configuration, general options, and boot order.
Security menu
The Security menu provides access to security-related options such as:
•
Power-on and DriveLock passwords
•
Secure boot configuration
•
Asset tag configuration
•
Integrated security device configuration
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Table 2. Key features for F10 Setup on select HP Business Desktop PCs .
Feature
Function
Default setting,
if applicable
Reboot
required
FILE MENU
System Information
Provides key system information, such as chassis serial
number, product name, CPU type, and memory configuration
Yes
Set Time and Date
Configures system time (hh:mm) and date (mm:dd:yyyy)
No
Flash System ROM
Updates system firmware from a FAT 32 partition on a USB
disk-on-key or hard drive
Yes
Replicated Setup
Saves setup to or restores setup from a USB storage device
Yes
Default Setup
Saves current settings as default or restores factory settings
as default
Yes
Apply Defaults and Exit
Exits F10 Setup and restores settings to user defaults, if
created (see Default Setup above )
Yes
Ignore Changes and Exit
Exits F10 Setup without saving any changes made during
current session
Yes
Save Changes and Exit
Exits F10 Setup and saves all changes made during current
session
Yes
STORAGE MENU
Device Configuration
Displays storage device information and enables the
configuration of SATA translation mode
Automatic
Storage Options
Yes
Yes
SATA Emulation
Sets SATA emulation mode
Removable Media Boot
Boots from removable media
Yes
Enabled
Boot Order
Yes
Yes
• UEFI Boot Sources
Specifies UEFI boot order
USB Floppy/CD,
USB Hard Drive,
ATAPI CD/DVD Drive
• Legacy Boot Sources
Specifies the legacy boot order
ATAPI CD/DVD Drive,
USB Floppy/CD,
Hard Drive
USB Hard Drive,
Yes
Yes
SATA0
Network Controller
Power menu
The power menu provides access to OS and hardware power management configuration and system thermal controls.
Advanced menu
The advanced menu provides access to:
•
Power-on options
•
Integrated device configuration
•
Port options
•
Update via Network options
•
AMT options (on select models)
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Overview for HP Business Desktops
Table 3 provides a detailed list of F10 Setup options for HP business desktops.
Note: Use the F8 hotkey to change the selected language.
Table 3. Key features for F10 Setup on select HP business desktop PCs. Some features may require a Windows 7 or Windows 8
operating system.
Feature
Function
Default setting,
if applicable
Reboot
required
SECURITY MENU
Setup Password
Establishes a setup password with administrator privileges
No
Power-on Password
Establishes a power-on password with user privileges
No
Password Options
Available when you are configuring a setup or power-on
password
Yes
• Lock Legacy Resources
Limits ACPI control of legacy COM and LPT ports
Disabled
Yes
• Setup Browse Mode
Gives non-admin limited access to BIOS setup
Enabled
Yes
• Password Prompt on F9,
F11 & F12
Requires admin password for BIOS hotkeys
Enabled
Yes
• Network Server Mode
Enables network server mode, allowing the system to bypass the
power-on password
Disabled
Yes
• Stringent Password
Prevents the passwords from being cleared
Disabled
Yes
Smart Cover
If options are present, allows chassis cover features to be set
Cover Lock
Engages cover lock solenoid
Unlock
Yes
Cover Removal Sensor
Sets system policy in response to cover removal (Notify User,
Setup Password)
Disabled
Yes
Yes
Device Security
Yes
• Embedded Security Device
Sets embedded device security availability to the OS.
Device available
Yes
• System Audio
Sets system audio availability
Device available
Yes
• Network Controller
Sets network controller availability
Device available
Yes
• SATA0
Sets SATA0 availability
Device available
Yes
• SATA1
Sets SATA1 availability
Device available
Yes
• SATA2
Sets SATA2 availability (on some tower systems
Device available
Yes
• SATA3
Sets SATA3 availability
Device available
Yes
• SATA5
Sets SATA5 availability
Device available
Yes
USB Security
Note: Dependent upon chassis type:
Yes
• Front USB Ports
Yes
o
USB3 Port 1
Sets USB port status
Enabled
Yes
o
USB3 Port 2
Sets USB port status
Enabled
Yes
USB Port 1
Sets USB port status
Enabled
Yes
USB Port 2
Sets USB port status
Enabled
Yes
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Feature
Function
Default setting,
if applicable
• Rear USB Ports
Reboot
required
Yes
o
USB3 Port 1
Sets USB port status
Enabled
Yes
o
USB3 Port 2
Sets USB port status
Enabled
Yes
o
USB Port 1
Sets USB port status
Enabled
Yes
o
USB Port 2
Sets USB port status
Enabled
Yes
o
USB Port 3
Sets USB port status
Enabled
Yes
o
USB Port 4
Sets USB port status
Enabled
Yes
• Accessory USB Ports
Yes
o
USB Port 1
Sets USB port status
Enabled
Yes
o
USB Port 2
Sets USB port status
Enabled
Yes
o
USB Port 3
Sets USB port status
Enabled
Yes
o
USB Port 4
Sets USB port status
Enabled
Yes
o
USB Port 5
Sets USB port status
Enabled
Yes
o
USB3 Port 1
Sets USB port status
Enabled
Yes
Slot Security
Note: Information displayed may vary with form factor
Yes
• PCI Express x16 Slot 1
Sets PCI Express x16 slot availability
Enabled
Yes
• PCI Express x4 Slot 1
Sets PCI Express x4 slot availability
Enabled
Yes
• PCI Express x1 Slot 1
Sets PCI Express x1 slot availability
Enabled
Yes
• PCI Express x1 Slot 2
Sets PCI Express x1 slot availability
Enabled
Yes
• PCI Express x1 Slot 3
Sets PCI Express x1 slot availability
Enabled
Yes
Network Boot
Sets network boot status
Enabled
Yes
System IDs
Sets Asset Tag, Ownership Tag, Keyboard Layout, and UUID
Master Boot Record Security
Protects MBR from corruption
Disabled
Yes
No
System Security
Yes
• Data Execution Prevention
Enables DEP to protect against certain OS security breaches on
Intel-based systems
Enabled
• Virtualization Technology
(VTx)
Enables VT on Intel-based systems
Disabled
Yes
• Virtualization Technology
Directed I/O (VTd)
Grants virtual machines direct access to peripheral devices on
select Intel-based systems
Disabled
Yes
• Trusted Execution
Technology
Enables Trusted Execution Technology on select Intel-based
systems
Disabled
Yes
Enabled
Yes
Yes
Note: Enabling this feature disables OS management of
Embedded Security Device, prevents a reset of the Embedded
Security Device, and prevents the configuration of VTx, VTd, and
Embedded Security Device.
• Embedded Security Device
Enables Trusted Platform Module (TPM)
Note: Configuring the Embedded Security Device requires a setup
password.
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Feature
Function
Default setting,
if applicable
Disables TPM and resets credentials
Do not reset
• Measure boot
variables/devices to PCR1
Prevents changes in boot device configuration (e.g. adding to or
changing boot order) from causing Bitlocker recovery mode
Disabled
Yes
• OS Management of
Embedded Security Device
Allows OS to manage TPM
Enabled
Yes
o Reset of Embedded
Security Device through
OS
Allows reset of TPM to be initiated from the OS
Disabled
Yes
o No PPI Provisioning
Allows the OS to take immediate control of the Embedded
Security Device without requiring user interaction.
Disabled
Yes
o Allow PPI policy to be
changed by OS
Allows the OS to change how the user is prompted for changes to
the Embedded Security Device
Disabled
Prevents All-in-One bezel buttons from being retasked without
administrator privileges
Disabled
o
Reset to Factory
Settings
• Button Retask Password
Protection
• DriveLock Security
Reboot
required
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Allows configuration of master and user DriveLock passwords
Note: Hard drive security states cannot be changed after a warm
reboot. Power off the system then boot directly to F10 Setup.
o
Enable/Disable
DriveLock
Enables DriveLock feature. Prompts for setting a user password
when set to Enable.
Yes
o
Configure Master
Password
Allows Master DriveLock password to be set
Yes
Secure Boot Configuration
• Legacy Support
Yes
Provides support for older (non-EFI) operating systems
Disabled for
Windows 8
Yes
Enabled for others
• Secure Boot
BIOS will verify that the software image it boots to is properly
authenticated
Enabled for
Windows 8
Note: Enabling Secure Boot impacts Legacy Support, Legacy Boot
Sources, and Option ROM Launch Policies.
Disabled for others
Yes
Note: “Secure Boot Policy” warning appears if user tries to
enable Legacy Support with Secure Boot on.
Key Management
Yes
• Clear Secure Boot Keys
By default HP keys are installed. They can be extended by valid
updates from HP. Clearing the keys resets the keys to the initial
BIOS defaults. If Custom keys have been selected, clearing the
keys removes all the keys.
Don’t Clear
No
• Key Ownership
If Secure Boot is enabled, keys are used to ensure that only
properly signed software can boot. The Key Ownership option
allows you to specify HP or custom keys.
HP Keys
Yes
Fast Boot
Enables the Fast Boot option (with support for Fast Boot and
Seamless Boot) for Windows 8 users
Enabled for
Windows 8
Yes
Disabled for others
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POWER MENU
OS Power Management
Yes
• Runtime Power
Management
Enables Runtime Power Management
Enabled
Yes
• Idle Power Savings
Increase OS Idle Power Savings
Extended
Yes
• Unique Sleep State Blink
Rates
Assigns a unique LED blink pattern to S3 and S4
Disabled
No
• Hardware Power
Management
• SATA Power Management
• S5 Maximum Power Savings
Yes
Enables SATA bus to enter low power states when idle
Enabled
Yes
Minimizes power consumption of system while in S5 (off) state.
Disabled
Yes
0
Yes
Note: Windows 8 with Fast Startup enabled powers off to the S4
(suspend to disk) state.
• Thermal
Adjusts minimum fan speed in Idle Mode
ADVANCED MENU
Power-on Options
Yes
• POST mode
Selects between default startup or self-testing during power-on
QuickBoot
Yes
• POST Messages
Displays messages instead of logo during POST
Disabled
Yes
• Press the ESC key for
Startup Menu
Displays the Press Esc for startup menu prompt
Enabled
Yes
• Option ROM Prompt
Displays the Option ROM prompt on POST screen
Enabled
Yes
• After Power Loss
Specifies system state after power loss
Off
Yes
• POST Delay (in seconds)
Specifies amount of delay to add during POST for certain
peripherals
None
Yes
• Remote Wakeup Boot
Source
Specifies boot device after a remote wakeup event
Local Hard Drive
No
• Factory Recovery Boot
Support
Enables BIOS support for HP Backup and Recovery tools
Disabled
Yes
• Bypass F1 Prompt on
Configuration Changes
Allows system to boot without user input after configuration
change (for example, memory size)
Disabled
No
BIOS Power-on
Specifies time and day(s) when system automatically wakes
from the S5 (off) state
Disabled
Onboard Devices
Specifies a Legacy Device’s IRQ, DMA, and I/O Range settings
Serial Port A:
IO=3F8h, IRQ=4
Yes
Yes
Parallel Port:
IO=378h, IRQ=7,
DMA=1
Printer Mode:
EPP+ECP
Bus Options
Yes
• PCI SERR# Generation
Enables PCI device to generate SERR# (System Error), as defined
by the PCI specification
Enabled
Yes
• PCI VGA Palette Snooping
Enables VGA palette registers snooping
Disabled
Yes
Device Options – All-in-One (AIO) systems
Yes
• Turbo Mode
Enables processor feature that optimizes core frequencies can
be optimized for performance based on the load on each core
Enabled
• Num Lock State at Power-on
Enables Number Lock at boot
Off
Yes
Yes
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Feature
Function
Default setting,
if applicable
• LVDS Panel Select
Enables panel type/vendor selection override
Automatic
Yes
• Internal Speaker
Enables or disables the internal speaker
Enabled
Yes
• USB EHCI Port Debug
Forces all USB ports to use USB 2 for debugging utilities and
other applications that do not support USB 3
Disabled
Yes
• Multi-processor
Enables BIOS to report multiple processor cores to the OS
Enabled
Yes
Enables hyperthreading capability on Intel processors; some
programs may run better with this feature disabled.
Enabled
Yes
The top left-side USB port on AIO systems can be used to charge
USB devices when the system is powered off.
Enabled
Yes
• Hyperthreading
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• USB Charging Port
Reboot
required
Device Options – Other systems
Yes
• Turbo Mode
Enables processor feature that optimizes core frequencies can
be optimized for performance based on the load on each core
Enabled
Yes
• Num Lock State at Power-on
Enables Num Lock at boot
Off
Yes
• Integrated Video
Enables integrated video controller
Enabled
Yes
• Internal Speaker
Enables or disables the internal speaker
Enabled
Yes
• USB EHCI Port Debug
Forces all USB ports to use USB 2 for debugging utilities and
other applications that do not support USB 3
Disabled
Yes
• Multi-processor
Enables BIOS to report multiple processor cores to the OS
Enabled
Yes
• VGA Configuration
Selects whether the graphics card or the integrated graphics is
chosen to display as Primary VGA device during boot-up (available
when a graphics card is installed)
(Add-in graphics is
set as primary)
Management Operations
Yes
Yes
• AMT 7
Allows all AMT (Intel® Active Management Technology) functions
to be enabled or disabled
Enabled
Yes
• Unconfigure AMT/ME
Clears all AMT settings on the next boot
Disabled
Yes
• Hide Unconfigure ME
Confirmation Prompt
If Unconfigure AMT/ME is selected, this suppresses the
confirmation prompt after the required reboot.
Disabled
Yes
• WatchDog Timer
Enables AMT/ME watchdog timer
Enabled
Yes
o
OS WatchDog Timer
Sets OS WatchDog Timer (minutes)
5
Yes
o
BIOS WatchDog Timer
Sets BIOS WatchDog Timer (minutes)
5
Yes
Option ROM Launch Policy
• PXE Option ROMs
Yes
Specifies whether the legacy option ROM or the UEFI driver in the
BIOS is used to provide PXE services
UEFI Only for
Windows 8
Yes
Legacy Only for
other
• Storage Option ROMs
Specifies whether the legacy option ROM or the UEFI driver in the
BIOS is used to provide RAID setup and support
UEFI Only for
Windows 8
Legacy Only for
other
Yes
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Intel HT Technology (HT) is designed to improve performance of multi-threaded software products and requires a computer system with a processor supporting
HT and an HT-enabled chipset, BIOS and OS. Please contact your software provider to determine compatibility. Not all customers or software applications will
benefit from the use of HT. See http://www.intel.com/info/hyperthreading for more information.
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Intel® Active Management Technology requires an Intel® AMT-enabled chipset, network hardware and software, as well as connection with a power source and a
corporate network connection. Setup requires configuration by the purchaser and may require scripting with the management console or further integration into
existing security frameworks to enable certain functionality. It may also require modifications of implementation of new business processes.
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Feature
Function
Default setting,
if applicable
• Video Option ROMs
Specifies whether the legacy VBIOS or the UEFI driver in the BIOS
is used to provide graphics setup and support
Legacy Only
Yes
• Netclone Option ROMs
Enables or disables Netclone support
Do Not Launch
Yes
• Connected BIOS
Enables or disables BIOS network support
Enabled
Yes
• Use Proxy
When enabled, displays Proxy Address field to configure the URL
of the proxy server.
Disabled
No
• Update BIOS via Network
Enables or disables the BIOS update via network feature
Enabled
Yes
Note: Updating BIOS over the network is supported on 600/800
desktop models.
• Update Source
o
Update Address
• Automatic BIOS Update
Setting
Selects hp.com or a locally managed custom address to serve
BIOS updates
Reboot
required
HP
For custom source, URL of the locally managed server, if custom
source is selected
No
No
Enables or disables the network BIOS update scheduler
Disabled
No
o
Automatic Update
Frequency
Sets the frequency of checks to the BIOS update server. If a
newer version of BIOS has been made available on the network
server, the system will prompt to update the BIOS.
Monthly
No
o
Force Check on Next
Reboot
Independent of the scheduled frequency, check if an updated
BIOS has been made available during the next boot.
Disabled
Yes
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Appendix A: HP Sure Start
Sure Start verifies that the BIOS and other critical firmware are intact at startup. If there any problems are found, Sure Start
will repair the problem automatically.
Verify Boot Block on every boot
Disabled (Default): When set to the default, HP Sure Start will verify the integrity of the BIOS in system flash each time the
system is in a sleep, hibernate, or off state such that assurance is provided that it has not been tampered with before the host
CPU executes that code as part of the process of resuming from the low power state.
Enabled: When this box is checked, HP Sure Start will continue to verify the integrity of the BIOS in system flash each time the
system is in a sleep, hibernate, or off state. Additionally, HP Sure Start will verify the integrity of the BIOS in system flash on
each warm boot (Windows restart).
BIOS data recovery policy
Automatic (Default): Any problems that are found by HP Sure Start will be automatically repaired without any user action
required.
Manual (For Advanced Users only): Any problems found by HP Sure Start will not be repaired automatically and will require a
special key sequence input by the local user to proceed with the repair. This mode is only intended for scenarios where the
machine owner would prefer to perform forensics on system flash content before it is repaired. This is not recommended for
the typical user. In the case of HP Sure Start finding an issue with the initial BIOS code, the system will refuse to boot and will
flash a special LED sequence until the special key sequence is pressed on the internal keyboard.
Restore Network Controller configuration to the factory defaults
This manual control will restore the network parameters (used by the Intel integrated network controller) stored in system
flash to their factory defaults.
Lock BIOS version
Disabled (Default): When set to default, the BIOS can be updated using any one of the supported processes. The HP Sure Start
Recovery image will also be updated by default when this setting is disabled.
Enabled: When this box is checked, all HP BIOS update tools will refuse to update the BIOS. The HP Sure Start recovery image is
fixed when this setting is enabled.
Sure Start policy controls
Although HP Sure Start is enabled out of the box with default settings that are optimized for the typical user, HP provides
policy setting within BIOS setup that may be appropriate for advanced users.
Note: If you change the Sure Start recovery option from Automatic (Default) to Manual, the automatic verification and repair
process will not take place on startup.
On rare occasions, the system may experience BIOS corruption when Sure Start has been set to Manual.
Identifying BIOS corruption
1. Attach AC adapter and turn on unit.
2.
If the unit fails to start up, and the Caps Lock or Num Lock light blinks eight times, this indicates BIOS corruption.
3.
Turn off the unit and follow the directions for Recovering from BIOS corruption.
Recovering from BIOS corruption
1. Attach AC adapter and press the power button.
2.
Hold Up Arrow + Down Arrow + esc for one second during system startup.
3.
The power LED turns to white, then amber, and then starts blinking while the system runs HP Sure Start recovery.
4.
Wait up to 30 seconds to complete HP Sure Start recovery. Watch for a brief prompt message to press Esc.
5.
Press Esc after recovery is complete.
6.
Press F10 to enter the setup menu.
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7.
Set BIOS Data Recovery Policy back to Automatic (default setting).
8.
Save change and exit F10 setup menu.
9.
Allow automatic repair process to run.
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Appendix B: BIOS overview for HP ElitePad 1000
Category
BIOS setting name
Default setting
Read -only setting
Physical presence required
for setting changes
Manufacturer
Hewlett-Packard
Y
N
Product Name
NA
N
N
System Board CT
NA
N
N
System Configuration ID
NA
N
N
Enter Feature Byte
NA
N
N
Enter Build ID
NA
N
N
System Board ID
2157
Y
N
Universally Unique Identifier
(UUID)
NA
Y
N
Processor Type
NA
Y
N
SKU Number
NA
N
N
Born on Date
NA
N
N
Processor Speed
NA
Y
N
SKU Number
NA
N
N
Born on Date
NA
N
N
Processor Speed
NA
Y
N
Memory Size
NA
Y
N
BIOS Date
NA
Y
N
System BIOS Version
NA
Y
N
Serial Number
NA
N
N
Video BIOS Revision
NA
Y
N
Embedded Controller Version
NA
Y
N
Primary Battery Serial
Number
NA
Y
N
Secondary Battery Serial
Number
NA
Y
N
Product Family
103C_5336AN G=N
N
N
System FCC ID
NA
Y
N
Main/System
Information
Main
Restore Defaults
Reset BIOS Security to factory
default
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Category
BIOS setting name
Default setting
Read – only setting
Physical presence
Required to modify
setting
Asset Tracking Number
NA
N
N
Ownership Tag
NA
N
N
Ownership Tag 2
NA
N
N
Reset of TPM from OS
Disable
N
N
Manage TPM from OS
Enable
N
N
TPM Setting
Based on PCID China
TPM bit
N
Y
BIOS setting name
Default setting
Read-only setting
Physical Presence Required
to modify setting
Setup BIOS Administrator
Password
Null
N
N
Password Minimum Length
8
N
N
At least one symbol required
No
N
N
At least one number required
No
N
N
At least one upper case
character required
No
N
N
At least one lower case
character required
No
N
N
Are spaces allowed in
password
No
N
N
Custom Logo
Disable
N
N
USB device boot
Enable
N
N
SD Card boot
Enable
N
N
PXE Ethernet boot
Enable
N
N
Ignore Changes and Exit
Save Changes and Exit
Security/System IDs
Security/TPM
TPM Set to Factory Defaults
Security
Category
Security/Password
Policy
Security/Utilities
Secure Erase
Advanced/Boot
Options
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Category
BIOS setting name
Default setting
Read -only
Physical presence
required to modify
setting
UEFI Boot Order
*OS Boot Manager,USB
Hard Drive, USB ODD,
Ethernet IPV4, Ethernet
IPV6,Micro SD Card
N
N
Express Boot Popup
Delay(Sec)
0
N
N
SecureBoot
Disable
N
N
User Mode
HP Factory Keys
N
N
Clear Secure Boot Keys
Disable
N
N
Language
English
N
N
Data Execution Prevention
Enable
N
N
Multi Core CPU
Enable
N
N
Virtualization Technology
(VTx)
Disable
N
N
SD Card
Enable
N
N
External USB Devices
Enable
N
N
Front Camera
Enable
N
N
Rear Camera
Enable
N
N
Blue Tooth
Enable
N
N
WWAN and GPS
Enable
N
N
Near Field Communication
Enable
N
N
WLAN Device
Enable
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Advanced
Set System Date and Time
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Appendix C: Creating an in-house repository to support BIOS updates
Introduction
HP notebooks, desktops, or workstations can receive BIOS updates over a network from a repository on a pre-defined HP
HTTP /FTP site. Alternatively, the BIOS Update via Network option also supports updates from an in-house server.
This appendix describes how to configure a repository on an in-house HTTP/ FTP server 8 in order to store approved BIOS files
for HP platforms.
Terminology
HTTP server – Uses HTTP protocol to interact with clients such as web browsers; common implementations include
Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) and Apache.
FTP server – Uses FTP protocol to interact with FTP client such as web browsers, as well as applications such as WSFTP and FileZilla; common implementations include Microsoft IIS and Apache.
SysID – System ID: four hexadecimal characters that uniquely identify a particular HP platform. This is reported
through the SMBIOS.
BIOS Update via Network – HP feature designed to allow manual or automatic BIOS updates to be performed
directly through cloud delivery.
Finding a particular BIOS file
The HP repository (an HTTP/FTP file store) has a different folder for each SysID, each containing the following:
•
A catalog (.xml file) that lists supported BIOS files for the particular platform
•
Individual BIOS updates (.bin files)
Note: A custom implementation of an HTTP or FTP server requires a catalog and one or more BIOS files. Even if you are only
providing a single BIOS update, a catalog file is required.
When using the BIOS Update via Network feature, the BIOS computes the address of the custom repository using a base
address (update_url).The format of the repository address becomes:
update_url/sysid/sysid.xml
For example, if the repository address is http://example.com/files/pcbios and the SysID is 1909, the BIOS would attempt to
download the catalog from http://example.com/files/pcbios/1909/1909.xml.
The domain portion of the URL is not case-sensitive; thus http://example.com and HTTP://EXAMPLE.COM are treated as the
same.
The path portion of the URL is generally case-sensitive on UNIX or Linux platforms. Conversely, the path is generally not casesensitive on Windows platforms. These statements are true regardless of the web server deployed. For example, if running
Apache on Linux, http://example.com/bios and http://example.com/BIOS are generally not treated as being the same. If
running IIS on Windows, http://example.com/bios and http://example.com/BIOS are generally treated as the same. Any casesensitivity is determined by the HTTP or FTP server, not by the HP system running the BIOS Update via Network feature.
Organizing the catalog
The BIOS builds download URLs for the catalog and the update file using the same mechanism, ensuring that the update is
downloaded from the appropriate repository folder.
Note: In order to prevent buffer overflow attacks during the download process, the BIOS sets a hard-coded limit of 100 KB
before downloading the catalog. Thus, custom catalog files should never be allowed to grow larger than 100 KB in size.
Catalog file schema
The schema shown in Figure B-1 is common to HP and customer repositories.
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Setting up the server is beyond the scope of this appendix.
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Note: Only UCS Transformational Format – 8-bit (UTF-8) is supported (where UCS refers to the Unicode character set).
Figure B-1. Repository schema
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<xs:schema
attributeFormDefault="unqualified"
elementFormDefault="qualified"
xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"
>
<xs:element name="BIOS">
<xs:complexType>
<xs:sequence>
<xs:element minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1" name="SysId" type="xs:hexBinary" />
<xs:element minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="100" name="Rel">
<xs:complexType>
<xs:attribute name="Ver" type="xs:string" />
<xs:attribute name="Date" type="xs:date" />
<xs:attribute name="Bin" type ="xs:string" />
<xs:attribute name="RB" type ="xs:boolean" />
<xs:attribute name="L" type ="xs:string" />
<xs:attribute name="DP" type="xs:string" />
<xs:attribute name="TXT" type="xs:string" />
</xs:complexType>
</xs:element>
</xs:sequence>
</xs:complexType>
</xs:element>
</xs:schema>
Rel – BIOS releases
Ver – Version. E.g. 01.09
Bin – BIOS binary file name. e.g. L77_0109.bin
RB – Rollback Allowed flag, 1 – Rollback allowed, 0 – Rollback not allowed
L – Release Importance Level: 1- Important, 0 - Normal
DP – Dependent file version. The BIOS first has to be upgraded to the Dependent version before it can be updated to the
this version. (optional, if not set, no dependence)
TXT – Allow IT administrator to communicate important notes with the user when scheduled update screen is displayed
Sample file
Figure B-2 shows a sample catalog file.
Figure B-2. Sample catalog file
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<BIOS>
<SysId>180F</SysId>
<Rel Ver="01.09" Date="2012-03-20" Bin="L77_0109.bin" RB="0" L="1" DP="0108" />
<Rel Ver="00.15" Date="2012-02-20" Bin="L77_0015.bin" RB="1" L="0" />
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<Rel Ver="01.08" Date="2012-01-20" Bin="L77_0108.bin" RB="1" L="0" />
</BIOS>
Naming conventions
Figure B-3 outlines the naming conventions used by HP for BIOS files.
Note: You are advised to follow these conventions if you are setting up your own BIOS update repository.
Figure B-3. General naming conventions for a BIOS file
Setting up a repository
After setting up an FTP or HTTP server, you should create a subdirectory that will be used to store the catalog and BIOS files.
This subdirectory can be a virtual or physical directory that is located anywhere in the directory hierarchy that is accessible via
HTTP or FTP. The specific name used for the directory is at your discretion; for example, if the server’s host name is
www.server.com, then a simple approach would be to create a virtual directory at www.server.com/bios.
The directory name must be published so that it can be set in the BIOS 9 as part of the repository’s custom URL. This URL must
also include the protocol to be used to access the repository (for example, ftp://www.server.com/bios or
http://www.server.com/bios).
Instructions
These setup instructions assume you have created subdirectory bios for an HTTP server.
Note: The organization of directories subordinate to BIOS is the same whether an FTP or HTTP server is being used.
Under bios, you must create one or more folders whose name(s) exactly match the SysID(s) of the systems you wish to
update. For example, for a system with a SysID of 1909, you would create folder 1909.
Each folder requires a catalog whose name also matches the SysID of the particular platform. In this example, you would place
catalog file 1909.xml in folder 1909.
The contents of each .xml file must match the schema defined in Figure B-1.
Sample catalog file
Figure B-4 shows file 1909.xml, which has been placed in folder 1909 within a repository at www.server.com/bios.
Figure B-4. Sample catalog
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<BIOS>
<SysId>1909</SysId>
<Rel Ver="98.61" Date="2013-01-04" Bin="L70_9861.bin" RB="1" L="1" />
<Rel Ver="98.63" Date="2013-02-04" Bin="L70_9863.bin" RB="1" L="0" />
<Rel Ver="98.64" Date="2013-03-04" Bin="L70_9864.bin" RB="1" L="1" />
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Via F10 settings or WMI
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</BIOS>
This sample catalog lists the following BIOS versions:
•
•
•
98.61
98.63
98.64
The respective file names and release dates of these versions are:
•
L70_9861.bin – released January 4, 2013
•
L70_9863.bin – released February 4, 2013
•
L70_9864.bin – released March 4, 2013
All three versions support rollback to previous versions (RB=”1”) 10
98.61 and 98.64 are considered important updates (L=”1”), while 98.63 is a normal update (L=”0”).
Note: There must be no more than one entry in the catalog for a particular BIOS version. If the HTTP/FTP server is running on
Linux, the filename is typically case-sensitive; if the server is running on Windows, the filename is not typically case-sensitive.
Final caveat
The catalog should accurately reflect the version, date, and other metadata associated with a particular BIOS version, thus
allowing a BIOS to locate, download, and enforce the intended update. If the catalog were to provide an incorrect filename, for
example, the BIOS would attempt to download and enforce an incorrect update.
Consider the following:
• If the BIOS referenced by the catalog entry for version 98.61 is actually version 99.53, then version 99.53 is installed and
enforced.
• If the catalog indicates that a particular .bin file contains BIOS version 98.61 but the file actually contains version 98.60,
the update process would report an error indicating a mismatch.
• If the catalog indicates that a particular BIOS version allows rollbacks, while the BIOS itself does not, then the rollback
requirement from the catalog is ignored.
To summarize, the logic contained in a newly-updated BIOS is enforced, which may lead to unintended consequences if
information contained in the catalog is incorrect.
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Quotation marks are required.
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Appendix D: Enabling HP Touchpoint Manager Always On Remote Management
Supported Platforms
The 2014 platforms listed below support HP Touchpoint Manager Always On Remote Management, when Intel vPro
processors are included
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
HP Elite x2 1011 G1 Tablet
HP Elitebook 1040 G2
HP Elitebook Folio 1020 G1
HP Elitebook 850 G2
HP Elitebook 840 G2
HP Elitebook 820 G2
HP Zbook 14 G2
HP Zbook 15u G2
The Always On Remote Management feature is enabled on select HP devices and is automatically activated when the HP
Touchpoint Manager software is installed on an enrolled device.
With Always On Remote Management, HP Touchpoint Manager can communicate with a device while the device is in a low
power mode, such as sleep (S3), hibernation (S4), or soft off (S5).
The following features are available when the IT administrator accesses the device through the HP Touchpoint Manager server
using Always On Remote Management:
Remote Lock—Securely locks a lost or stolen device remotely. This lock requires a PIN number to unlock the computer.
The IT administrator can view the unlock PIN number on the Device Details page. The PIN must be entered locally to
unlock the device.
Remote Erase—Securely erases a device that has been lost, stolen, or reassigned.
Unlock—The IT administrator can view the unlock PIN number on the Device Details page. The PIN must be entered
locally to unlock the device.
Boot Error Reporting—If the device cannot boot, it will report an error to the HP Touchpoint Manager server if
communication can be established. The server sends an alert to the IT administrator with a brief description of the error.
To prevent or disable Always On Remote Management:
1.
When the device restarts, access F10 BIOS Setup.
2.
Select Advanced, and then select HP Touchpoint Manager Options.
3.
Clear the Allow Activation check box.
Removing the check mark after a device has been enrolled and provisioned causes the device to be reprovisioned and prevents
HP Touchpoint Manager from reprovisioning it. The device can be reprovisioned if Allow Activation is checked, and the settings
are saved.
Note: HP recommends setting a BIOS administrator password to prevent unauthorized deprovisioning. Failure to implement a
password allows anyone in physical possession of the device to inactivate or disable the Always On Remote management
feature, including removal of the lock and erase features.
Activation
Go to www.hptouchpointmanager.com, sign up for an account and enroll your device. Reboot your system when prompted.
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HP Touchpoint Manager after Activation
• The BIOS F10 setup menu will clearly display activation; two additional policy controls become available (Allow Activation
and Accept Commands).
• While activated, the HP Touchpoint Manager agent can securely send platform management commands while the system is
running Windows. Additionally, the device will periodically retrieve any commands for a platform lock or wipe directly from
HP Touchpoint Manager while in the sleep, hibernate, or soft off states.
• While activated, the owner can modify the following settings via UI or WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation):
o Allow Activation: Unchecking will cause the platform to immediately return to the default Not Activated state
and will prevent subsequent enrollment until this setting is re-enabled.
o Accept Commands: Unchecking this setting will result in the platform refusing to accept Always On Remote
Management commands from the HP Touchpoint Manager server. . The PC will resume accepting commands
from HP Touchpoint Manager when this setting is re-enabled. Note re-enrollment in the Touchpoint Manager
service is not required.
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Appendix E: Boot error codes
In some cases when the host processor is not executing or does not have the necessary code to drive the display, LED blink
codes inform the user of a problem. When HP Always On Remote Management is activated, boot error codes are sent to the HP
Touchpoint Manager administrator to assist in problem resolution and advising the user on appropriate next steps.
LED Sequence
Error
Amber Battery LED: blinks 1Hz
continuously
Embedded Controller unable to load
Firmware
CAPS / NUMLOCK LED’s = 1 Blink
CPU not executing code
CAPS / NUMLOCK LED’s = 2 Blinks
BIOS recovery code unable to find valid
BIOS recovery image
CAPS / NUMLOCK LED’s =3 Blinks
Memory Module error
CAPS / NUMLOCK LED’s = 4 Blinks
Graphics Controller error
CAPS / NUMLOCK LED’s = 5 Blinks
System Board Error
CAPS / NUMLOCK LED’s = 6 Blinks
Intel Trusted Execution Technology (TXT)
Error
CAPS / NUMLOCK LED’s = 7 Blinks
Sure Start unable to find valid BIOS Boot
Block image
CAPS / NUMLOCK LED’s = 8 Blinks
Sure Start has identified a problem
(Manual Recovery Policy Set)
CPU not executing code
This computer has experienced a problem due to the failure of certain code to execute, resulting in a failed start-up of the
CPU. The issue could be related to the CPU or the system board in the machine. If the CPU is socketed, please ensure the CPU is
seated correctly in the socket. If this error reoccurs, a service event is required to identify the source of the error and take the
appropriate corrective action.
NOTE: The computer will attempt to notify the user of this problem through a series of blinking LEDs. When the user attempts
to turn on the computer from an “Off” or “Hibernated” state, LEDs associated with the CAPS and NUMLOCK keys will both blink
once followed by a pause, then continue in a repeating pattern.
BIOS recovery code unable to find valid BIOS recovery image
This computer has experienced a problem in locating a valid BIOS image, resulting in a failed start-up. This problem may be
resolved by placing a clean copy of the system BIOS on a USB key or in the appropriate hard drive directory and performing a
reboot. If you continue to experience this error and are unable to correct it using the process described in the link, a service
event is required to identify the source of the error and take the appropriate corrective action.
NOTE: The computer will attempt to notify the user of this problem through a series of blinking LEDs. When the user attempts
to turn on the computer from an “Off” or “Hibernated” state, LEDs associated with the CAPS and NUMLOCK keys will both blink
twice followed by a pause, then continue in a repeating pattern.
Failure - Memory Module Error
This computer has experienced a memory initialization problem resulting in a failed start-up. This issue may be related to the
memory modules in the computer. This problem may be resolved by ensuring that memory modules are correctly inserted and
seated. If this error reoccurs, a service event is required to determine the source of the error (memory modules or system
board) and take the appropriate corrective action.
NOTE: The computer will attempt to notify the user of this problem through a series of blinking LEDs. When the user attempts
to turn on the computer from an “Off” or “Hibernated” state, LEDs associated with the CAPS and NUMLOCK keys will both blink
three times followed by a pause, then continue in a repeating pattern.
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Graphics Controller Error (No Controller)
This computer has experienced a graphics controller initialization problem resulting in a failed start-up. This issue may be
related to the graphics controller in your machine. This problem may be resolved by ensuring that the graphics controller
module is seated correctly on machines with modular graphics. If this error reoccurs, a service event is required to identify the
source of the error and take the appropriate corrective action.
NOTE: The computer will attempt to notify the user of this problem through a series of blinking LEDs. When the user attempts
to turn on the computer from an “Off” or “Hibernated” state, LEDs associated with the CAPS and NUMLOCK keys will both blink
four times followed by a pause, then continue in a repeating pattern.
Failure - System Board Error
This computer has experienced a system board initialization problem resulting in a failed start-up. This issue may be related
to the system board in the computer. A service event is required to identify the source of the error and take the appropriate
corrective action.
NOTE: The computer will attempt to notify the user of this problem through a series of blinking LEDs. When the user attempts
to turn on the computer from an “Off” or “Hibernated” state, LEDs associated with the CAPS and NUMLOCK keys will both blink
five times followed by a pause, then continue in a repeating pattern.
Intel Trusted Execution Technology (TXT) Error
This computer has experienced a problem related to the Intel Trusted Execution Technology resulting in a failed start-up. The
error occurs when: 1) the Intel Trusted Execution Technology (TXT) has been enabled on the computer, 2) policies have been
set to prevent start-up if the BIOS measurement has changed, and 3) the BIOS measurement has changed. For more
information about Intel TXT, click the following link:
http://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/white-papers/trusted-execution-technology-securitypaper.pdf
A service event is required to resolve this issue. NOTE: The computer will attempt to notify the user of this problem through a
series of blinking LEDs. When the user attempts to turn on the computer from an “Off” or “Hibernated” state, LEDs associated
with the CAPS and NUMLOCK keys will both blink six times followed by a pause, then continue in a repeating pattern.
Sure Start unable to find valid BIOS Boot Block image
This computer has experienced a problem in locating a valid BIOS image, resulting in a failed start-up. A service event is
required to identify the source of the error and take appropriate corrective action.
NOTE: The computer will attempt to notify the user of this problem through a series of blinking LEDs. When the user attempts
to turn on the computer from an “Off” or “Hibernated” state, LEDs associated with the CAPS and NUMLOCK keys will both blink
seven times followed by a pause, then continue in a repeating pattern.
Sure Start has identified a problem (Manual Recovery Policy Set)
This computer has experienced a problem in locating a valid BIOS image, resulting in a failed start-up. HP Sure Start will
normally repair this type of issue, however, on this computer HP Sure Start has been configured to operate in manual mode
key sequence. To proceed with the repair, press and hold the following keys:<ESC>+<UP arrow>+<DOWN arrow> . It is
recommended the HP Sure Start recovery policy be set to automatic to avoid the need for this manual recovery step. If this
error reoccurs, a service event is required to identify the source of the error and take appropriate corrective action.
NOTE: The computer will attempt to notify the user of this problem through a series of blinking LEDs. When the user attempts
to turn on the computer from an “Off” or “Hibernated” state, LEDs associated with the CAPS and NUMLOCK keys will both blink
eight times followed by a pause, then continue in a repeating pattern.
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