02-28-2018 08:17 PM
My AiO is only a 1 year and 3 months old. It started giving me the message "Error sending End Of Post message to ME: HECI disabled, procedding with boot!" when I would boot computer up. The message will go away and the computer will boot up. After using the computer for a few hours it will just freeze and I will have to hold power switch to turn off. I have researched the error message and the consensus is that it is a bad BIOS or harddrive. I noticed that there is 2 BIOS updates to chose from. Both match the SSID: 81B7 of my motherboard. Which update should i use?
HP Consumer Desktop PC Netclone BIOS Update (ROM Family SSID 81B7) or
HP Consumer Desktop PC BIOS Update (ROM Family SSID 81B7)
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03-01-2018 06:46 PM
@cougars44, welcome to the forum.
Netclone is a program used to clone virtual machines on an network. I don't believe that your BIOS would have this option. Therefore, if you are going to update the BIOS use the version that doesn't have Netclone. You should be extremely careful when updating the BIOS when it is needed. A failed BIOS update will make a good boat anchor.
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