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08-30-2020 09:49 AM
Hey HP community I just wanted to know if the F.11 BIOS is stable or not. Is this BIOS similar to the earlier F.08 release on other systems in Pavilion series. Because that version was faulty as everyone in this forum knows.
So I'm asking people with the same model as me
Can you guys please confirm?
09-01-2020 06:22 AM
I have ask to hp support and no problem with ver f.11 , so i update 5 hours ago ( from ver f.10) and until now,, there is no problem with bios update, and if u wanna know the time of update on this version its so quick
*my laptop series ec1016ax
09-01-2020 06:26 AM - edited 09-01-2020 06:27 AM
I dont know its still same maybe, im not sure because i just updated 5 hours ago.. but on the description say :
Fix and enhancements:
09-01-2020 06:32 AM
I will never use the latest version of HP BIOS again.
As long as the old version runs smoothly or there are no problems, I will not change the version of the bios.
I am now using the bios version F2 (downgraded from F8).
Bios version F5 has a bug, boost cannot be activated.
Bios version F8 also has a bug, when playing the game for a while, it must experience locking / shutdown.
I am using ec0037ax
*Sorry if my English is bad
09-01-2020 06:34 AM - edited 09-01-2020 06:38 AM
My bios ver when i buy it its on version f.5 , and if u update to the f.10 ( or f.11 for now ) u can change the keyboard backlight timeout from bios, thats a new feature for amd processor series 😄 + support win 10 ver 2004 on description (f.10)
09-06-2020 04:09 AM
I'm not on the same platform (I'm on HP ENVY - 13-aq0002na) but I assume the bios versions will be similar, BIOS version F13 and F13 A should be avoided. my laptop keeps randomly freezing, no warning, no error message and the only way it works again is to power down and power up again.