Right-click on the previously downloaded SoftPaq file.
Click Run as administrator and then click Yes.
Select Create a USB recovery flash drive and click Next.
Select the USB flash drive that appears, and then click Next.
Wait for the time to create the USB flash drive.
When you finish creating, click Finish.
Connect the computer with the power adapter to a wall outlet.
Turn off or restart your computer.
When starting the computer, press F10 several times to access the BIOS.
Click on the Main tab and then on Update System BIOS.
Scroll to the bottom of the page.
Click on Update the system and the supported firmware device using local media.
Wait for the BIOS update time, the computer may automatically restart several times during the update process.
This behavior is normal, so be careful not to turn off or restart the computer yourself. If you do this yourself, it will result in a computer with a corrupt BIOS and will not reboot. So the only solution is to replace the motherboard.
2- Change the fn (function) key setting on certain HP business ProBook x360. Some BIOS settings call this functionality Hotkeys.
Turn off and turn on the computer.
When starting the computer, press F10several times key to open the BIOS Setup menu.
Click or touch the Advancedtab and then onSystem Options.
In the Launch Hotkeys without Fn Keypress drop-down list, select Disable.
Leave the checkbox opposite Special keys mapped to Fn + keypress.
Press F10 key to Save Changes and Exit, and click or touch Yes.
After this modification, we will be obliged to press the keys Fn + F6 to activate or deactivate the audio sound of the computer (this is an example, because I'm talking about my notebookwith these procedures).
My notebook is an HP Probook x360 435 G7 P/N: 17G35UT#ABA. On this PC I have installed in Dual boot Ubuntu Linux with Windows 10 without any problem and you the peripherals work. I didn't need to disable Secure Boot to launch install Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS.