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If a sprout is factory reset back to win 8.1 from win 10. Does the bios need changing before it is updated back to win 10?
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Kate, welcome to the forum.

 

No, if you didn't change the settings before upgrading to Win 10, you should not have to make any changes.  You should run HP and Windows Updates once Win 10 is installed to assure that the software and drivers are up to date.

 

I have reverted back to Win 8.1 from Win 10 several times without any problems.  Win 10 has FINALLY been updated enough to make it stable.

 

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