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EnzoVicari
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PC desktop HP Pavilion a6655it ( Help Bios )

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HP Pavilion a6655it
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Hi, I hope someone can help me.
I updated the bios of my HP a6655it latest 5:43, after you format a windows vista since it is compatible only with that, power okay, when I go to install the updates you install intel do not remember exactly, and storage ... when you restart your computer comes with a blue screen "boot inaccessible and something .." so I formatted the pC again with 10 windows, and I put the 5:35, seems to be all right but the problems are now 3.

 

1. What is the default version of my bios?

2. Went back to the 5:35 version, but when I install intel storage ... always blue screen and then I have to format and undo the updates to Intel ....

3. I have my doubts that the default version is the 5:35. Can you help me? I would go back to the version of the default bios and not the updated HP A6655it you can? what is the default version of my pc?

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Hi, 

 

Please use the steps mentioned below to verify the BIOS version on the PC. 

 

To find the current BIOS version, follow these steps:

  1. Use one of the following methods, depending on your Windows version:
    • Windows 10 and Windows 8: Search Windows for msinfo32 . Click msinfo32 from the list of results.
    • Windows 7 and Vista: Click Start , type msinfo32 in the Search field. Then select msinfo32.exe from the list of results.
    • Windows XP: Click Start , select Run , type msinfo32.exe in the Open field, and then click OK .
  2. In the System Information window under the System Summary category, look for the BIOS Version/Date entry. This is your current BIOS version.
    Figure : BIOS Version/Date

You may also refer the link below for more info 

 

http://support.hp.com/in-en/document/bph07110

 

Hope this helps

 

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