which is telling me "We were unable to find drivers for your product."
So i proceed to select OS Windows 10 and downloaded sp112242.exe (January update for BIOS - is it certainly this binary - i do not want to brick this computer?), but my PC is not having any SSD drive inside atm, so i wanted to update BIOS from within flash disk within BIOS itself. But on BIOS update page it is unable to find the binary in /HP/BIOS/New on my flash disk. Even it is in such directory. I think it is expecting different binary name/different binary. UPDATE: i had to really run that .exe and it unpacked some .bin files and some .exe files so maybe these can be used. Also beside /HP/BIOS/New maybe it is talking about /HP/BIOS/recent directory. Good to be connected via UPS. I ended up successfully updated via BIOS (F2 key), BIOS main settings menu, and Update BIOS menu. (internet cable connected to PC). That is easiest way, way better than USB i think.
2. SOLVED(likely bad 1 out of 2 RAM modules, but good one still runs at 2666MHz only)
( !!! THIS ONE MAY BE PROBLEMATIC because i read here that XMP feature (it has it, same as Ballistix) may result in underclock (3200->266x MHz) if BIOS does not support XMP/overlocking) !!!!)
UPDATE: after trying just one module at a time in all slots i think that one of the modules does not work (memtest errors), other memtest is ok. I have returned the Ballistix and tested above linked Crucial memory ct32g4sfd832a with CL22 timing and apparently works at 3200MHz.
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