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Need Systemboard or Motherboard ID for Bios update

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envy 15t-ae000
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I am trying to update my Bios. As I go thru "hardware Diagnostics" with my flashdrive bios it asks for the Systemboard or Motherboard ID "starting with a "0" so I can select from 4 choices, 080E6.bin, 080E9.bin, 080D7.bin, 080DA.bin. The only identifying code I can find for the Mobo is 80DD but this does not help the selection. Please help me with this. Thank you

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NO.

The SKU is the build number and usually has a parts list to match.

You have a Main Board from a 

HP W/K PHTM ENVY 15t-ae000 BNBPC

 

 

So next you need the Board SSID to match a BIOS update to.

 

In no way does the BIOS for the PC you have come anywhere close to the BIOS you post.

Bios version/Date Insyde F.02, 5-11-2015, 

 

HP Notebook BIOS Update (Intel Processors)
F.50 Rev.A  26.8 MB   Jul 6, 2018
 

F.49 Rev.A 26.8 MB Mar 9, 2018

F.48 Rev.A 26.8 MB Feb 2, 2018

F.47 Rev.A 26.8 MB Dec 25, 2017

F.46 Rev.A 26.8 MB Nov 27, 2017

F.45 Rev.A 26.8 MB Jun 22, 2017

F.44 Rev.A 26.8 MB May 5, 2017

F.36 Rev.A 26.7 MB Aug 12, 2016

F.35 Rev.A 26.7 MB Jul 20, 2016

 

Therefore they may only corrupt your BIOS resulting in a replacement Main Board again.

 

So don't do it.

 

 

 

 

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Lil_Boy_Blue
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Make, Model and OS please.
SKU: if possible by this method
WinKey + R and type
msinfo32
Read Line 9
System SKU: N6K07EA#ABU

Please do not post Serial Numbers.

 

SSID WiFi Born On.png

 

Is it this one?

HP Notebook System BIOS Update (Intel Processors)

F.50 Rev.A 26.8 MB Jul 6, 2018

 

The in file, line 14

FD#14=PCI,0,0,0,2e,ffff0000,80DD0000,080D7.BIN

 

Suggests the format it is looking for.

 

S:\sp88872>dir

26/06/2018 09:26 9,177,600 080D7.bin
26/06/2018 09:40 9,177,600 080DA.bin
26/06/2018 14:04 9,177,600 080E6.bin
26/06/2018 14:06 9,177,600 080E9.bin
14/02/2014 18:19 84,480 CaslApp.exe
15/02/2014 00:42 256 CaslApp.exe.hpsign
21/02/2020 09:38 <DIR> CrisisFolder
13/05/2014 16:26 257,536 CrisisKeyDLL.dll
25/03/2013 19:39 231,936 FlsHook.exe
25/03/2013 19:39 195,584 FlsHookDll.dll
04/11/2010 18:36 944,664 FWUpdLcl.exe
13/08/2015 18:07 922,112 InsydeFlash.exe
13/08/2015 18:07 1,650,176 iscflash.dll
12/08/2015 17:29 50,888 iscflash.sys
12/08/2015 17:29 67,784 iscflashx64.sys
19/01/2016 20:28 34,276 platform.ini
04/11/2010 18:36 1,892,352 xerces-c_2_7.dll

 

 

 

Hope the above helps.

 

 

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BDKMR
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Thank you for your response.

 

HP, Envy, 15t-ae000,  w 10 Home x 64

SKU  L4R36AV 

 

Otherwise, it looks like you are getting what I need. Thank you for your help. BDKMR

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Lil_Boy_Blue
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You have a   HP W/K PHTM ENVY 15t-ae000 BNBPC   according to the SKU.

 

 Parts Listing For : L4R36AV  

 
L4R36AV HP W/K PHTM ENVY 15t-ae000 BNBPC

 

So I am a little confused, and wary about offering suggestions.

 

 

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I am sorry if I am confusing you, I am new to this forum and I am not used to speaking in computer terms. I have an HP Envy Notebook 15t-ae000, operating system Windows 10 64 bit, Version 10.0.18363 build 18363, SKU L4R36AV, Bios version/Date Insyde F.02, 5-11-2015, 

 

Oh Yeah! I had a burnt motherboard so I replaced it off the internet 1.5 yrs ago so you may be seeing a mismatch. I hope this helps. I am setting this computer up from the very beginning so I will not lose anything. If we get it wrong I can always reset it-Right?

 

Since I am a beginner it looks like somehow this subject/inquery has become separated for the initial subject box. BDKMR

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Lil_Boy_Blue
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Hi

NO.

The SKU is the build number and usually has a parts list to match.

You have a Main Board from a 

HP W/K PHTM ENVY 15t-ae000 BNBPC

 

 

So next you need the Board SSID to match a BIOS update to.

 

In no way does the BIOS for the PC you have come anywhere close to the BIOS you post.

Bios version/Date Insyde F.02, 5-11-2015, 

 

HP Notebook BIOS Update (Intel Processors)
F.50 Rev.A  26.8 MB   Jul 6, 2018
 

F.49 Rev.A 26.8 MB Mar 9, 2018

F.48 Rev.A 26.8 MB Feb 2, 2018

F.47 Rev.A 26.8 MB Dec 25, 2017

F.46 Rev.A 26.8 MB Nov 27, 2017

F.45 Rev.A 26.8 MB Jun 22, 2017

F.44 Rev.A 26.8 MB May 5, 2017

F.36 Rev.A 26.7 MB Aug 12, 2016

F.35 Rev.A 26.7 MB Jul 20, 2016

 

Therefore they may only corrupt your BIOS resulting in a replacement Main Board again.

 

So don't do it.

 

 

 

 

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OK, thank you very much for your efforts and advice. In the mean time I have been able to figure out the main problem with the computer so I will not mess with the Bios as you suggest. You are very much appreciated. BDKMR

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