HP Compaq 320 Notebook PC BIOS F.04 for Windows 7 Publisher's description
HP Compaq 320 Notebook PC BIOS F.04 for Windows 7
This package creates files that contain an image of the System BIOS (ROM) for supported notebook models with a 68PVI Family ROM. This package is used to flash the System ROM on supported notebooks that are running a supported operating system. This package includes the following methods for updating the BIOS version: - Use the HPQFlash Utility to update the BIOS directly in a Microsoft Windows Operating System environment. - Create a bootable USB key to update the system BIOS. - Use HP System Software Manager (SSM) to update the system BIOS on targeted PCs in a network. NOTE: To determine the ROM family and ROM date, press F10 on the target notebook during startup to run the Setup Utility, and then view File/System Information.
- Adds support for the ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470 Graphics Solution. - Adds support for the Realtek Gigabit Ethernet Module. - Adds support for Broadcom and Ralink combination wireless local area network (WLAN)/Bluetooth (BT) cards.
1. Download the file by clicking the "Download" or "Obtain Software" button and saving the file to a folder on your hard drive (make a note of the folder where the downloaded file is saved).
2. Depending on the desired update method, complete either of the following actions:
a. To update the BIOS using HPQFlash or to create a bootable disk-on-key, double-click the downloaded file and follow the on-screen instructions.
b. To use HP System Software Manager (SSM) to update the BIOS on notebooks in a network, copy the downloaded file to the file store, and then run the SSM software.
- Fixes an issue, which occurs when the notebook is in DOS mode, where the background on an external monitor becomes so bright that the text cannot be read. - Fixes an issue where the notebook stops responding (hangs) and the network connection fails when performing a preboot execution environment (PXE) boot if the wireless LAN is enabled.
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