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reseting my bios on a HP EliteBook 8560P

HP EliteBook 8560p
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi,

 

I am new here so exuse my if I use the wrong format.

 

But I have a HP EliteBook 8560p and I am planning to resinstal windows on it, but I though: "while I am doing that let's use efi mode so my laptop works better and stuff". But the probem is that the bios is kinda locked down and I can only change a few things. And if I click set defalt options it doesn't reset the whole bios. tho I know I could rest it becase I see the tpm option... only it's grey and i can't select it.

 

Now this bios works kinda weird with user accounts. And I don't have the orginial windows 7 on it. And there's no admin account in the bios available.

 

I would be so happy if I could find a solution and don't have to re-solder my motherboard. Or the just use HP recovery becase that's not there anymore (as I just said).

 

Hope to find some solustion

 

Aidan

(Sorry my bois is dutch I can't change that as I just told.)

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(That win7 account is a deleted win7 dualboot... I installed a version of windows 7 which i didn't had a lince key for).

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