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i was a issue to cant run the smc.bin file this file is given by hp support after perform many tasks

 

kindly plz help me 

 

my laptop was 

 

Hp Elitebook 6930p

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Omar.

 

You should have received instructions with the .bin file but you can try this.

 

Perform the following steps to reset bios admin password:

 

PLEASE MAKE SURE DATE AND TIME IS SET CORRECTLY BEFORE RUNNING THIS TOOL

 

a.     Create a bootable DOS USB flash drive:

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1.      Download usbmemkeyboot.zip and win98boot.zip.

2.      Extract usbmemkeyboot.zip and install SP27608.exe. Also extract win98boot.zip

3.      Run HP USB disk Storage format tool from All programs >> Hewlett-packard.

4.      Select the USB drive

5.      Select  FAT32

6.      Under format options, choose create a DOS startup disk and quick format

7.      Use DOS system files located >> browse and select the extracted win98boot folder

8.      Then click the start button. Click Close when completed.

 

If the DOS usb boot does not work, do not select quick format during the process.

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b.    Rename  the attached file to smc.bin and save it to the flash drive or and insert to the system (or save the file to the root of drive 😧 HP_TOOLS)

c.     Press "Windows Key + UP Key + Down Key" all keys at same time and turn on the system

d.     Release all keys and press F10 at HP logo to go to F10 setup to “Reset BIOS security to factory default”

 

REO

If you need further assistance please start a new post as I no longer will be a part of the HP Support Community.
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Run HP USB disk Storage format tool from All programs >> Hewlett-packar

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i perform all these task but nothing is do 

 

there is any other way to solve this bios reset 

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Omer.

 

These are your 3 options.

 

There are no master password generators for ProBooks or EliteBooks.

 

You will need to contact HP.

 

http://www8.hp.com/us/en/contact-hp/ww-contact-us.html?jumpid=reg_r1002_usen_c-001_title_r0003

 

Or look at this link.

 

http://forums.mydigitallife.info/threads/49497-HP-Probook-Elitebook-BIOS-Password-Reset-Utility

 

Or replace the BIOS chip.

 

 http://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-Elitebook-2530p-2730p-6930p-8530p-8530w-8730w-Programed-Bios-Chip-No-Pass...

 

REO

 

I must inform you that these services are not endorsed by HP, and that HP is not responsible for any damage that may arise to your system by using these services. Please be aware that you do this at your own risk.

If you need further assistance please start a new post as I no longer will be a part of the HP Support Community.
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I have changed to SMC.BIN and copy to USB, then factory reset, but it dont  any change

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