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HP OEM IPIBL-LB Motherboard v5.32 HP 2.1 SLIC
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hi this is my first post so if its in the wrong place, could someone move it for me....thanks


i am looking to update my bios to the 2.1 as i only have 2.0 iv been to HPs updates did a bios update that i thought would give me the 2.1 ver but no such luck, so is there some way that you may be able to do a mod for me. thanks

i have attached a text read out on what bios i have ...thanks again

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And here are the choices for you computer from HP.....which one is it?

HP CHOICES:
http://search.hp.com/query.html?lang=en&...rset=utf-8


(12-22-2009, 09:07 PM)fakefinder Wrote: hi this is my first post so if its in the wrong place, could someone move it for me....thanks


i am looking to update my bios to the 2.1 as i only have 2.0 iv been to HPs updates did a bios update that i thought would give me the 2.1 ver but no such luck, so is there some way that you may be able to do a mod for me. thanks

i have attached a text read out on what bios i have ...thanks again

fakefinder
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Busykid , this whole series uses the IPIBL-LB Motherboard BIOS Update (Latest is 5.32 , sp40908.exe)

Here you go , i used HP 2.1 SLIC + Certificate Included:-

1. Copy and paste ******.XRM-MS certificate file into C-Drive.

2. After pasting this file into C-Drive, go to START - ALL PROGRAMS - ACCESSORIES - COMMAND PROMPT. Right click on Command Prompt and RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR.

3. When Command Prompt opens, type at the prompt: slmgr.vbs -ilc c:\********.xrm-ms and hit the Enter Button. Wait for the Script Host to answer you with a message that the license was installed successfully....this could take a few minutes and so be patient.

4. After receiving the message that the license was installed successfully, type at the command prompt: slmgr.vbs -ipk *****-*****-*****-*****-***** (Replace with any OEM SLP Product Key for your installed version of Windows 7 , they are not hard to find).Be Patient and wait for the message to say that the Product Key was sucessfully installed. After it says successfully installed, reboot the computer.

5. When you are back at your desktop, go to START - COMPUTER - right click on Computer and choose PROPERTIES and see if it is activated with an OEM product ID.

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/747181/HP%20OEM%...34s282.zip

Flash at your own risk!

Please Report Back With Whether It Worked Or Not!

Please Consider A Small Donation As A "Thank You" If You Are Happy With Our Work

Regards
Admin

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I will not be held responsible for anything that may go wrong with your BIOS, and by downloading a modded bios you are held responsible for what you choose to do with it. Big Grin


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(12-22-2009, 10:59 PM)1234s282 Wrote: Busykid , this whole series uses the IPIBL-LB Motherboard BIOS Update (Latest is 5.32 , sp40908.exe)

Here you go , i used HP 2.1 SLIC + Certificate Included:-

1. Copy and paste ******.XRM-MS certificate file into C-Drive.

2. After pasting this file into C-Drive, go to START - ALL PROGRAMS - ACCESSORIES - COMMAND PROMPT. Right click on Command Prompt and RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR.

3. When Command Prompt opens, type at the prompt: slmgr.vbs -ilc c:\********.xrm-ms and hit the Enter Button. Wait for the Script Host to answer you with a message that the license was installed successfully....this could take a few minutes and so be patient.

4. After receiving the message that the license was installed successfully, type at the command prompt: slmgr.vbs -ipk *****-*****-*****-*****-***** (Replace with any OEM SLP Product Key for your installed version of Windows 7 , they are not hard to find).Be Patient and wait for the message to say that the Product Key was sucessfully installed. After it says successfully installed, reboot the computer.

5. When you are back at your desktop, go to START - COMPUTER - right click on Computer and choose PROPERTIES and see if it is activated with an OEM product ID.

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/747181/HP%20OEM%...34s282.zip

Flash at your own risk!

Please Report Back With Whether It Worked Or Not!

Please Consider A Small Donation As A "Thank You" If You Are Happy With Our Work

Regards
Admin

thanks bro worked a treat....Big Grin
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Can someone repost a link for the IPIBL-LB Motherboard v5.43 HP/Dell 2.1 SLIC for a dell windows XP recovery CD i got on hand? when I go to the HP website it downloads a sp46442.exe for the Motherboard BIOS update... Would a HP Windows XP Pro CD work with a HP Pavilion a6652f I don't have a HP recovery CD right now?
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