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Re: Can't change bios language - HP BIOS Configuration Utility - HP ENVY Phoenix 860-000nd

Has there been a resolution to this?

 

We too are trying to change a BIOS setting and getting the same messages. We know the password is correct and have tried serveral different ones during our testing.

 

C:\Temp>"c:\Program Files (x86)\HP\BIOS Configuration Utility"\BIOSConfigutility.exe/setconfig:HP_Mini_Bios_PO_Set.txt /cspwdfile:1to8.bin
<BIOSCONFIG Version="" Computername="MYPC" Date="2017/04/19" Time="15:45:13" UTC="-5">
        <SUCCESS msg="Successfully read password from file" />
        <ERROR msg="Unable to process command. Password is set, but password provided is invalid" />
        <ERROR msg="BCU return value" real="10" translated="10" />
</BIOSCONFIG>

 

If we don't include the password file we get

 

C:\Temp>"c:\Program Files (x86)\HP\BIOS Configuration Utility"\BIOSConfigutility.exe/setconfig:HP_Mini_Bios_PO_Set.txt
<BIOSCONFIG Version="" Computername="MYPC" Date="2017/04/19" Time="15:45:01" UTC="-5">
        <ERROR msg="Unable to process command. Password is set, but no password file is provided" />
        <ERROR msg="BCU return value" real="10" translated="10" />

 

We are working on an HP 260 G2 216UT.

 

Thanks.

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Re: Can't change bios language - HP BIOS Configuration Utility - HP ENVY Phoenix 860-000nd

No solution.  It appears there is noway to change any of the BIOS settings using BIOSConfigutility.exe.

I've tried and reread the instructions but no luck.  Two HP staff on this forum also tried to help but nothing worked.

Please post if you find a solution.

thanks

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