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OMEN 15.6 inch Gaming Laptop PC 15-en1000 (2L1F1AV)
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Greetings.

 

I flashed the newest BIOS update that was available and my second NVME is not recognized anymore.

 

I tried to rollback the BIOS to earlier one, but signature cannot verified for some reason. Is there a way to force a BIOS-version that I'm not aware of?

 

The NVME is Corsair MP510. I tested it with another PC and it works flawlessly without errors.

 

I am in a dire need of assistance.

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I managed to solve the problem myself.

 

The problem is two-folded. The BIOS issue is not fixed, as I cannot downgrade it. It seems to be a "locked" version.

 

The HP tools for consumers are lacking in features and need proper documentation. I do not understand why the BIOS-files are packed in .exe format? Being a linux user, .exes are a total pain in the...

 

The ssd solution was a hunch. I went to my other pc, installed windows (for one time use), and ran a software called "Corsair ssd toolbox". I upgraded the ssd firmware from 12.1 to 12.3, swapped the drive to my Omen and it works again.

 

This should be reported to HP staff, as I think I am not the only one with this problem.

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I managed to solve the problem myself.

 

The problem is two-folded. The BIOS issue is not fixed, as I cannot downgrade it. It seems to be a "locked" version.

 

The HP tools for consumers are lacking in features and need proper documentation. I do not understand why the BIOS-files are packed in .exe format? Being a linux user, .exes are a total pain in the...

 

The ssd solution was a hunch. I went to my other pc, installed windows (for one time use), and ran a software called "Corsair ssd toolbox". I upgraded the ssd firmware from 12.1 to 12.3, swapped the drive to my Omen and it works again.

 

This should be reported to HP staff, as I think I am not the only one with this problem.

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