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Pc runs hot after Bios update F.22

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Pavilion Gaming Desktop TG01-0107no
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Hello!

 

After my Bios updated it self to F.22 My desktop runs extremely hot, and the fanbs go on full speed. Not had something like this happen before. Even got a bluescreen because of it. Any solutions? Tried to revert to previous update in Bios but it said its not possible.

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Hi,

 

Sorry to hear this. Contact HP Support (Link) if you are in warranty.

 

HP generally does not allow BIOS roll backs on consumer PCs.

 

Try resetting the BIOS to defaults.

 

Regards

 

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@hansern312 

 

Go into the bios and reset it to defaults.

F10 at power-on. F10 again to reset and then save the changes.

 

If that does not work, You need to contact HP Support for warranty issues since you cannot revert the bios version. Some bios updates cannot be reverted as it stated.

Use this link to contact HP for your country... Contact HP Worldwide | HP® Official Site 

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Well, we were on the same page at least. LOL

Mark @Grzwacz post as solved if this info helped you.

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Helli, unfortunately it didnt help. Will be sending the PC warranty.

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Same problem here, it looks like the outtake fan has stopped working since the bios update.
Bios reset setting didn't work for me..

 

HP.. WE NEED A BIOS FIX ASAP!!!

 

PC -> HP-TG01-0002ND PAVILION Gaming

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@dbraak 

 

Contact HP Warranty and report it as a warranty issue. That will get the message to HP better than it will here in the forum.

Contact HP Worldwide | HP® Official Site

 

 

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After reinstalling Windows it got better for a couple of days, but after that same as you. Outake fan doesnt go. BUT! Try having Omen command center on. For me that starts the fan everytime and the PC cools down quick. If i exit omen command center it gets hot again. May work for u too while we waitbfor hp to fix this

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Sorry to hear other's are having the same issues with Pavilion Gaming desktops (Mine is TG01-0685no)

 

Heading to send to HP next.

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You should show them this tread so that they see others have the same issues, i hav not send anything to them other on this forum.

 

 

-You wouldnt be a Norwegian by any chanse? Since both our pc’s have no on the name;)

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