09-20-2017 01:09 PM - last edited on 09-20-2017 01:19 PM by danny-r
I want to find the default factory bios image which came with the new HP 630 notebook pc
My bios information:
Notebook model HP 630 notebook PC
Product no. : A1E16EA#ABZ
System board Id: 3674
Bios vendor: Insyde
please note that I a looking for original factory bios image and not the bios updates available on the HP support site.
Please give me the link for downloading the factory bios image.
Thanks for any advice
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09-20-2017 01:24 PM
Unfortunately the original BIOS isn't available for download via hp.com. The earliest version is F.16. At the moment I can't confirm, but it's possible that your computer shipped with F.16 installed from the factory and that any earlier BIOS was only pre-release.
Fortunately, your model wasn't included in the Intel AMT security vulnerability. If it were, the oldest BIOS availabe to you would be from 2017.
I am an HP employee.
09-20-2017 01:32 PM
THe earliest version on web is F.16 - SP53108.exe- dated way back to 2011
Why are you requesting original Factory BIOS ?
Each new BIOS release has fixes and enhancements
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09-21-2017 06:40 AM
Thanks for the fast response.I have taken note of your answer and want to come back to it later.
I also have a brand new HP 250 g5 notebook PC
product id: 4WN25EA#ABZ
system Id: 81EB
bios vendor: insyde
Bios revision: 14
Os: windows 10 64 bit
The laptop bios screen indicates the above bios from a brand new condition (laptop never used).
Does HP provide a downloadable file (integral or not) for this bios revision?, because I dont see it on the HP support site as they only supply versions f.30, f.23, f.13, f.09, and f.02.I would like to have this integral file to keep and use to repair my laptop in case of possible future bios corruption and preferably in a format where I can backflash. Otherwise I will have to clone bios chip externally with a programmer - which is a big job. Thanks
09-21-2017 08:37 AM
If it isn't available on our site now, then it is very unlikely it will be added. Our BIOS teams usually only release updates to the web.
The previous PC might be different only because it looks like it uses the same BIOS as earlier models but was updated to support yours at release.
I am an HP employee.