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MRAllinone
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BIOS UPDATE OUT OF BLUE....BUT MY PC IS OK? OR IS IT?

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ALL IN ONE 22-c0xx-73w 3LB92AA#ABA. 256SSD AND 1TBHD,
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BIOS update out of blue. but pc seemed ok...for now? it went from board 8446 AMI F.20 TO F.22. I DUNNO, if thats ok seems fine but i did a bios recovery by flashing the w key and b and but its still at that f.22. I didnt even see a bios update on hps, product site so i hope im ok. should i try to roll back?  hopefully fixn it? AM I OK?  any info is GREATLY, GREATLY appreciated i understand you tech experts get bothered by all this stuff that probably isnt a big deal, but we tend to over react. Thanks much in advance.  The ssd isnt RAID friendly, its acpi/ide. not sure if that matters. it reboots to ssd averytime etc. 

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@MRAllinone

 

Welcome to HP Community
 

Every now and then HP releases latest BIOS for different products whenever required.

 

If your Computer is working then there is nothing to worry and do not attempt to roll back the BIOS since this update was forced by HP and it might have been an important BIOS update which is required

 

Keep us posted if you face any issues

 

Thank you

 

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