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07-28-2022 11:17 AM
We've been having an issue with several ZBook Power G7 Mobile Workstations where they will experience a BSOD with the reason being WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR. The BSOD screen sits at 0% and no dump file is created. These laptops are running a custom in-house Windows 10 image and have been experiencing the issue since we initially received them, which was a few months ago now. However, not all of the laptops are experiencing the issue, and we also use the same image on other HP laptops with no issues. We've tried updating driver versions and the BIOS, ran HP hardware diagnostics, and various other steps that are suggested to troubleshot this particular WHEA error, but we've had no success in determing the cause. We've suspected faulty hardware but none of the diagnostic tests are failing. I'm just curious if anyone else has experienced a similar issue with the Zbook Power G7s and if there was a solution. Thanks!
08-03-2022 07:49 AM
Sorry to hear that you are having problems ... and I would like to help you.
Please tell me the product number (p/n) and BIOS version of at least 3 affected notebooks.
You will find this information on the back/rear of your notebook in small alphanumeric letters.
The product number (p/n) is legally allowed information about the computer. This is not sensitive data.
It is allowed to publish it in public.
press [windows key] + r
( run command )
copy / paste the System SKU value and BIOS Version/Date value
08-10-2022 07:46 AM
My apologies for the delayed response here. The system SKU for all three of the notebooks that we looked at is 3F8A9US#ABA. Of these three, one had a BIOS version of 1.07 (HP T75 Ver. 01.07.00, 11/4/2021) and the other two had a BIOS version of 1.08 (HP T75 Ver. 01.08.00, 1/12/2022). However, we've tested various BIOS versions with these systems going all the way back to 1.05, but the issues continue to occur with all of these versions.
08-10-2022 09:28 AM
(1) Create system <restore point> !
(2) Check hp software and drivers site to get latest chipset drivers, update, reboot and try again:
or use HP Support Assistant to update all HP drivers in one place ( not available for all HP model, please check )
(3) Please report your results
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