When I open HP Support Assistant, there are no drivers to be updated.
When I go to the Bios, I have a version F.19 and for my model the latest one is F.21. So I download the file, open it, it gets extracted but nothing happens.
Running the downloaded file sp110406.exe only extracts a certain file called hpwingui.exe and nothing else. Tried opening sp110406.exe with Winrar and 7-zip and that is the only file inside. Running hpwingui.exe manually doesn't do anything.
I can upgrade it from the Hardware diagnostics UEFI, but I need the bios file. All I can download is the .exe file.
Where can I find the proper bios file?
Additionally, since we are talking about BIOS here, is there a possibility in the new one to reduce amount of the dedicated video memory? I have 8GB installed with my gpu getting 2GB and it leaves me 6GB in total which I don't find sufficient. For other laptopts with 8GB of ram, the video memory goes up to 512MB, but certainly not 2GB.
Thank you. Will check it out. My exact model is HP Envy x360 13-ar0006ng.
I just got Lenovo with Ryzen and you can configure it normally in bios. From 512MB to 4GB.
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