HP ProBook 5220m Notebook PC BIOS F.05 Publisher's description
HP ProBook 5220m Notebook PC BIOS F.05
This package creates files that contain an image of the System BIOS (ROM) for supported notebook models with a 68AFU 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 target 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.
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 where fingerprint authentication is not required at the pre-boot level when logging into Microsoft Windows with all three credentials required. (When working correctly, the correct order for authentication is that fingerprints should be required AFTER entering the password, and then a Java card would be required as the last credential.) - Fixes an issue where the LAN link is disconnected after resuming from Standby (S3) mode on a notebook that is running a Red Flag Linux Operating System.
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