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HP Pavilion All-in-One – BIOS update problem

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Pavilion 27-a257c
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Desktop PC BIOS update (ROM family SSID 82 DC

Soft Paq: sp112470 ver. F.37 size 9.24 mb

Windows 10 Home 64-bit Version: 19042.789

 

 

Problem:

 

Downloaded new BIOS update from HP Support Assistant program on my computer. Download and install worked perfect with no problems. When computer re-booted the following info was displayed on the screen.

 

Check Media …

Media Present ….

Start PXE over IPV4 …. (this stayed on the screen for a minute or so) … finally

Start PXE over IPV6 …… (this remained on the screen for a couple minutes before Windows

10 finally booted.)

 

It now takes my computer about 2 to 3 minutes to boot up. What gives here??? How do I fix this problem?

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Finally found the solution. Somehow the new HP BIOS download had the BIOS  configured to boot-up over a network. Once I found this out I went into BIOS setup and disabled this function. Now all is well and the computer boots up just like always.

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Finally found the solution. Somehow the new HP BIOS download had the BIOS  configured to boot-up over a network. Once I found this out I went into BIOS setup and disabled this function. Now all is well and the computer boots up just like always.

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