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MS_Magnolia67
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Warning msg on boot up...

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HP Zbook 15 G2 Mobile Workstation
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I just bought a refurbished HP Zbook 15 G2 Mobile Workstation laptop and keep getting a message on boot up: WARNING! PC is not committed (or something other than PC), but how can it be fixed? I know the laptop didn't originally come with Windows 10 because I had to finish setting it up. 

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TryToDoMybest
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Hello

 

could you take a picture of the message and post it here ?

 

one think you can do is enter in BIOS , take a backup of the configuration , then apply Factory default. Save nad exit.

 

bye

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The message says, "WARNING!!! - MACHINE IS NOT IN A COMMITTED STATE!" in the upper left hand corner in red. 

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TryToDoMybest
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Hello

 

the only suggestion I can give you is to use HP Image Assistant in order to tle the utility check and update whan can be  updated , but probably will non solve you issue.

 

bye

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Hello @MS_Magnolia67 

 

Welcome to the HP Support Community.

 

This is not related to Windows or software. This is a branding/systemboard issue. Usually occurs when the board is being replaced. Your PC's systemboard may have been replaced from the original one.

There is a specific HP internal tool which is used to commit and lock the system board once replaced - this has not been done in your case.

 

 

 

Hope this helps.

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