If you are getting a BIOS setup utility error message, this user guide has been created to help you. The BIOS setup utility provides information about gadgets and can be used to configure server BIOS settings. The BIOS has a setup utility stored in the BIOS flash memory. These settings are accompanied by context-sensitive help and are stored in the CMOS RAM of the anatomical object.
HP BIOS Setup Utility (BCU)
How do I get to BIOS configuration utility?
Make sure you enter the BIOS setup utility by currently pressing the F2 key while the system is performing a power-on self-test (POST).Use the following keyboard keys to navigate through the BIOS setup program:Navigate to the element to edit.Press Enter to select an elementment.
This package contains the HP BIOS Setup Utility (BCU) for supported laptops, desktops, and models running a supported operating system.
HP BCU user number
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* Does not fully support XP systems that have a BIOS-designed password.
Add PFX files with passwords after the private key.
If a BIOS password is believed to be set on the system, use the /setvalue command with a strong password file provided
Fixed an issue where using /addauthstr on a full repset file used read-only options.
Fixed when BIOS returns a non-zero value (error) and BCU result incorrectly reports success without questions
Fixed a bug due toThe second BCU was correctly set when the MPM counter was set to a non-integer value (for example, 5C1).
HP Admin support added.
Course VERSION 126.96.36.199
Fixed an issue where the new boot order was erroneously set on some systems.
Stakeholder Notification informs the user that a standard reboot is required for the updated configurations to take effect.
Fixed an issue where adding “Disabled” to the personal download option in f10 was not updating correctly.
Improved the automatic addition of the system boot value at sale to the BIOS configuration file. Example: If an additional device (such as a USB hard drive) is added to the community after reading the BCU, the BCU will automatically add this connection toBCU configuration file. Note. The BCU skips adding if the device is not in the BIOS API.
Fixed an issue wherethe BIOS Exact Configuration Utility did not remove the old version of the BCU when performing another update.
Provides the ability to specify where log files will be stored using the /logpath option. /logpath:”full path” (e.g. BCU.exe /get:repset.txt /logpath:”c:BCUlogsmylog.txt”)
Displays a warning message when incomplete parameters or sometimes value parameters are definitely not recognized.
Added support for single use (/getvalue:”setting get name”) and file saving.
Fixed a BCU crash that caused the BCU configuration file to contain limited parameter values. BCU no longer displays errors when a parameter value is missing, as well as “invalid value”
Updated option to add HPQPwd.exe and HPQPwd64.exe version 188.8.131.52.
BCU recently signed a contract with HP Inc.
Fixed an issue that caused the BIOS setup utility to open an administrator for the current BIOS password if an incorrect BIOS password was entered without prompting
Improved BIOS update installation process.
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Fixed a bug that caused the BCU to stop working despite an empty preference value.
Fixed a bug that caused the BCU to stop when changing the earnings repset file using the command “BiosConfigUtility64.exe /getconfig:test.txt /log”
Fixed an issue where using /setdefaults options to change BIOS information when a BIOS password is set was not supported.
Fixed: Failed to get an erroneous operation when running setconfig from BCU due to the added ability to follow an ordered list with one item per person, so an invalid value will be reported in the report.
Fixed an issue where the “TPM Activation Policy” “TPM Factory Reset” setting was not displayed in the exact redial file.
Fixed a crash issue with an empty environment repository file.
Fixed a crash situation when the preset file only has a space next to the last line.
Scompylinated Windows associated with 7 and WinPE 3.0 or later, the feature is not supported on earlier machines.
Legacy BIOS support: user + /CreateUser and /DeleteUser are permanently deprecated. file
Configuration keyword changed to “BIOSConfig” followed by file format version “1.0”. Previous keyword “English” for backwards compatibility.
Enables the HPQPswd utility during installation
New commands added: + /unicode: Complexity if the system supports Unicode username and password and return intended for use in a batch declaration + /getvalue: Get a value based on a given parameter without using a configuration file + /setvalue: set value according to settings without using configuration file + /log: create a log file
Added BCU command to current telephone line configuration password/cpwdfile to match SSM
The user kit has been removed from the installation. label
Added to the user guide on the web. Failure.
CorrectAdded instantaneous enum values containing the string “Disable”.
Fixed a bug that caused BCU to return error code ’07 in 4 winpe.0 32bit.
Removed control panel maintenance support.
Purge passwords for copy /CreateUser has been removed. Replaced by account file.
Adding comments to the configuration file each time you run the /getconfig action.
The /curspwdfile exclusive option is allowed. Error returns 24 if specified more than once.
Added custom parameter /WarningAsErr for warnings contained in previous BCU return codes. This is not possible, warnings are ignored and the BCU displays zero (0 = success) if no specific error occurred during the write.
The startup help is updated according to the user manual.
Manual updated for clarification: return code 16; BIOS entry stuck.
In BIOS, support for the setup password as an encrypted computer file has been added. The file name is passed relative to the command line. + Passwords are definitely created using HPQPswd.exe
Removed support for BIOS setup password as command line uninstall text.
Removed support for sending different current passwords in one 60-minute run. + The user can only send one current encrypted password file each time the program is launched
To change the current BIOS setup password, you must specify the names of all current and new encrypted PC passwords.
After successful completion, the BCU message has been changed.