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[REQUEST] HP Pavilion 15-au100
#1
I did a lot of research but i couldnt find anything to a noob so i want to unlock my hp laptop to access advanced menu
i appreciate even considering donate money heres my bios link :https://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp79501-80000/sp79827.exe
thanks a lot!
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#2
This is different model than you mentioned in PM (hp pavilion 15 au110nt ) so which is your model?

So, before I even extract this BIOS, I know you'll need to give family ID or Platform ID etc, something like that, since this is 40+MB BIOS download, obviously this BIOS contains images for multiple systems. Please flash stock BIOS and look for anything like that mentioned on screen, or in the flash logs

Yes, after extracting 6x different BIOS, used for 32 different systems - 2 different ID's used for Kaby Lake CPU systems, and 4 used for Skylake
So, before I can look at anything, you need to tell me which is your system/BIOS.

FD#01=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8209103C,08209F36.BIN,,8209_SKL_U.ini
FD#02=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,820A103C,08209F36.BIN,,8209_SKL_U.ini
FD#03=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,820B103C,08209F36.BIN,,8209_SKL_U.ini
FD#04=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,820C103C,08209F36.BIN,,8209_SKL_U.ini

FD#05=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,820D103C,0820DF36.BIN,,820D_SKL_H.ini
FD#06=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,820E103C,0820DF36.BIN,,820D_SKL_H.ini
FD#07=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,820F103C,0820DF36.BIN,,820D_SKL_H.ini
FD#08=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8210103C,0820DF36.BIN,,820D_SKL_H.ini
FD#09=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8257103C,0820DF36.BIN,,820D_SKL_H.ini
FD#10=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8258103C,0820DF36.BIN,,820D_SKL_H.ini
FD#11=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,825B103C,0820DF36.BIN,,820D_SKL_H.ini
FD#12=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,825C103C,0820DF36.BIN,,820D_SKL_H.ini

FD#13=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,825F103C,0825FF36.BIN,,825F_SKL_H.ini
FD#14=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8260103C,0825FF36.BIN,,825F_SKL_H.ini

FD#15=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8294103C,08294F36.BIN,,8294_SKL_H.ini

FD#16=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8213103C,08213F36.BIN,,8213_KBL_U.ini
FD#17=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8214103C,08213F36.BIN,,8213_KBL_U.ini
FD#18=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8215103C,08213F36.BIN,,8213_KBL_U.ini
FD#19=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8216103C,08213F36.BIN,,8213_KBL_U.ini
FD#20=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8263103C,08213F36.BIN,,8213_KBL_U.ini
FD#21=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8264103C,08213F36.BIN,,8213_KBL_U.ini

FD#22=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8217103C,08217F36.BIN,,8217_KBL_H.ini
FD#23=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8218103C,08217F36.BIN,,8217_KBL_H.ini
FD#24=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8219103C,08217F36.BIN,,8217_KBL_H.ini
FD#25=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,821A103C,08217F36.BIN,,8217_KBL_H.ini
FD#26=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8259103C,08217F36.BIN,,8217_KBL_H.ini
FD#27=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,825A103C,08217F36.BIN,,8217_KBL_H.ini
FD#28=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,825D103C,08217F36.BIN,,8217_KBL_H.ini
FD#29=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,825E103C,08217F36.BIN,,8217_KBL_H.ini
FD#30=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8261103C,08217F36.BIN,,8217_KBL_H.ini
FD#31=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8262103C,08217F36.BIN,,8217_KBL_H.ini
FD#32=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,82EA103C,08217F36.BIN,,8217_KBL_H.ini
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#3
Thanks for ur reply but i really dont understand where to look it just install without any information on screen i will look again give u reply thank you again

this one is FD#19=PCI,0,0,0,2C,FFFFFFFF,8216103C,08213F36.BIN,,8213_KBL_U.ini i looked into bios and i saw 8216 number as device id
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#4
What is your CPU, check with CPU-z program if you are not sure. Show me image of motherboard tab too
Show me what you are looking at in BIOS that says 8216, this isn't something we can guess on since we see 4 same numbers Big Grin

Log would be created in temp folder C:\Users\yourusername\AppData\Local\Temp
Delete all files there, then run the program and before you click last next button, check this folder and you will see the new temp folder with all the BIOS files. I assume log will be created there, but possibly not.
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#5
I uploaded cpuZ log to attachments thanks for your efforts


Attached Files
.txt   LAPTOP-RGC9JA4P.txt (Size: 60.79 KB / Downloads: 1)
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#6
Good selection then, I see >> Mainboard Model 8216, and all subsystem ID's are 8216 too
Also - family = 103C_5335KV

Those BIOS are all encrypted though, so I cannot check some things yet. Please download HWINFO64 and on the large window on left side, expand motherboard and find ME area, inside that get the ME Firmware version. Once you have that, go to this thread and in the section "C" download the matching ME System Tools Package (ie if ME FW version = 10.x get V10 package, if 9.0-9.1 get V9.1 package, if 9.5 or above get V9.5 package etc)
https://www.win-raid.com/t596f39-Intel-M...Tools.html

Once downloaded, inside you will find Flash Programming Tool folder, and inside that a Windows or Win/Win32 folder. Select that Win folder, hold shift and press right click, choose open command window here (Not power shell). At the command prompt type the following command and send me the created file to modify >> FPTw.exe -bios -d biosreg.bin

Right after you do that, try to write back the BIOS Region dump and see if you get any error, if you do show me image of the command entered and the error given >> FPTw.exe -bios -f biosreg.bin

If you are stuck on Win10 and cannot easily get command prompt, and method I mentioned above does not work for you, here is some links that should help
Or, copy all contents from the Flash Programming Tool \ DOS folder to the root of a USB Bootable disk and do the dump from DOS (FPT.exe -bios -d biosreg.bin)
https://www.windowscentral.com/how-add-c...ors-update
https://www.windowscentral.com/add-open-...windows-10
https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/open-...privileges
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#7
(06-24-2019, 02:12 PM)Lost_N_BIOS Wrote: Good selection then, I see >> Mainboard Model 8216, and all subsystem ID's are 8216 too
Also - family = 103C_5335KV

Those BIOS are all encrypted though, so I cannot check some things yet.  Please download HWINFO64 and on the large window on left side, expand motherboard and find ME area, inside that get the ME Firmware version.  Once you have that, go to this thread and in the section "C" download the matching ME System Tools Package (ie if ME FW version = 10.x get V10 package, if 9.0-9.1 get V9.1 package, if 9.5 or above get V9.5 package etc)
https://www.win-raid.com/t596f39-Intel-M...Tools.html

Once downloaded, inside you will find Flash Programming Tool folder, and inside that a Windows or Win/Win32 folder.  Select that Win folder, hold shift and press right click, choose open command window here (Not power shell).  At the command prompt type the following command and send me the created file to modify >> FPTw.exe -bios -d biosreg.bin

Right after you do that, try to write back the BIOS Region dump and see if you get any error, if you do show me image of the command entered and the error given >> FPTw.exe -bios -f biosreg.bin

If you are stuck on Win10 and cannot easily get command prompt, and method I mentioned above does not work for you, here is some links that should help
Or, copy all contents from the Flash Programming Tool \ DOS folder to the root of a USB Bootable disk and do the dump from DOS (FPT.exe -bios -d biosreg.bin)
https://www.windowscentral.com/how-add-c...ors-update
https://www.windowscentral.com/add-open-...windows-10
https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/open-...privileges


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.bin   biosreg.bin (Size: 6 MB / Downloads: 1)
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