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Hello I own HP ProDesk G1 400 SFF with i3-4130, 8GB RAM, GTX 1050 ti LP.I would like to know if I can upgrade the cpu to i-5 4590 without problem, or do I need somekind of bios update or anything else? My bios version is  L02 v02.15, 17. 4. 2014. Thanks for rsponse.

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Hi:

 

Below is the link to the quickspecs for your PC.

 

The supported processors can be found on pages 5 - 11.

 

http://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/GetPDF.aspx/c04405864.pdf

 

Below is the BIOS revision history list...it looks to me that as long as you have BIOS version 2.15 or newer installed, any of the processors listed in the link I posted above should work without any issues.

 

Version: 00.02.52 Rev.A

Fixed in this release: Add new BIOS Setup policy to allow Power On Password prompt when Wake On LAN.
NOTE: By default this new setting will be enable, so it will prompt for Power On Password on a Wake on Lan event.
Update to latest Intel microcode 0x24.
Update to latest UEFI PXE version 0018

Due to security changes, after loading this BIOS, older versions cannot be installed.

Version: 00.02.51 Rev.A

Fixed in this release: Rolls back changes added in 02.50
Rolls back the Intel Microcode 0x1A

Version: 02.49 Rev.A

Fixed in this release: - Added Security Update.

Version: 02.48 Rev.A

Fixed in this release: - Fixed F10 "BIOS Power On" issue where TIME was not getting saved unless cursor (focus) remained on TIME setting in F10 menu.

Version: 02.47 Rev.A

Fixed in this release: - Fixes BiosConfigUtility access method for Hide/Unhide TPM.
- Adds function to TPM to update TCG when set to Hide/Unhide when using BiosConfigUtility. 
- Fixes TPM Failure logging when the TPM is hidden.
- Fixes TPM update request when the TPM update and another F10 update were requested simultaneously causing it to be dropped.
- Fixes BiosConfigUtility Enable/Disable of discrete devices were being re-enabled on next boot.
- Fixes Fan reporting error when system has only one fan installed.
- Fixes Rear USB ports not reporting the correct number. 
- Fixes Wake On LAN (usually wake by magic packet) to Disable (BIOS) Fast Boot so Remote Wakeup Boot Source will execute. - Implements Roll Back prevention.
- Adds improved Security Updates.

*** ALERT ***

This release improved Security Updates implementation. HP strongly recommends promptly transitioning to this BIOS version. Due to security changes, after this BIOS update has been installed, previous BIOS versions cannot be reinstalled.

- Adds support for the Smart Card Reader device.

Version: v02.45 Rev.A

Fixed in this release: - Changed the UEFINetworkStack II components from version 10 to version 07.
- Revert M.2 code to specific detection of M.2 devices and decrease ghosting process times. - Added support for Windows 10
- Updated OSI
- F11 recovery
- New featurebyte for Win10
- DBX initialization

Version: v02.40 Rev.A

Fixed in this release: - Fixed USB Ports not waking up system from S3 after an S4 cycle.

Version: v02.39 Rev.A

Fixed in this release: - Fixed the Permanent External USB Disable. - Flash Back Restrictions to the previous BIOS.

ALERT: This BIOS includes critical updates. Once the system is updated to this
version, rollback to previous versions is restricted. This restriction
also applies to BIOS recovery files. You should also update the binary 
used for recovery on your hard drive, if it is present. Instructions 
are included under "BootBlock Emergency Recovery Mode" in BIOS Flash.htm.

- Added M.2 SSD Generalization coding.
- Added OA3/VOS.b Win7 Downgrade implementation.

Version: v02.36 Rev.A

Fixed in this release: - Fixed Citrix PXE provisioning intermittently failing to connect.
- Fixed the TPM issue when disabling and the F3/F4 keys would not function correctly.
- Fixed the DriveLock warning message to display when enabling. - Provides improved UEFI Variables security updates. HP strongly recommends promptly
installing this updated BIOS version.

ALERT: This BIOS includes critical updates. Once the system is updated to this
version, rollback to previous versions is restricted. This restriction
also applies to BIOS recovery files. You should also update the binary 
used for recovery on your hard drive, if it is present. Instructions 
are included under "BootBlock Emergency Recovery Mode" in BIOS Flash.htm.

Version: v02.19 A

Fixed in this release: - Fixes an issue where BiosConfigUtility cannot set an administrator password and change settings requiring a password in the same session without accessing BIOS Setup Menu. - Provides improved UEFI security.

NOTE: HP strongly recommends promptly installing this updated BIOS version. After updating to this release, rolling back to previous versions is not allowed.

Version: 2.18 Rev. A

Fixed in this release: - Fixed an issue that could rarely cause the power LED to show redinstead of white color under non-error conditions.
- Fixed an issue that could cause improper shutdown if the power button is held too long when waking the system from Sleep.
- Corrected a problem with validating BIOS administrator passwords of greater than 16 characters in length with the Windows BIOS flashand configuration utilities.

Version: 2.15 Rev. A

Fixed in this release: - Updated the Intel graphics firmware to VBIOS v2180.
- Improved support for some older USB3 flash drives.
- Added support for latest generation Intel Haswell processors.Systems that include these processors cannot downgrade to previousBIOS versions.

Version: 2.11 Rev. A

Fixed in this release: - Fixed an issue that could rarely cause the power LED to show redinstead of white color under non-error conditions.
- Fixed an issue that could cause improper shutdown if the powerbutton is held too long when waking the system from Sleep.
- Corrected a problem with validating BIOS administrator passwordsof greater than 16 characters in length with the Windows BIOS flashand configuration utilities.

Version: 2.01 Rev. A

Fixed in this release: - Initial BIOS release.

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Hi, thanks for help I really appreciate it. I am happy that I can buy this CPU and use it.

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You're very welcome.

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