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18.104.22.168 Rev.A, 05.09.2013
Windows Vista x64, Windows Vista x32, Windows 7 x64, Windows 7 x32, Windows XP x64, Windows XP x32, Windows 8 x64, Windows 8.1 x64, Windows 8 x32, Windows 8.1 x32
This package provides the HP PC Hardware Diagnostics UEFI for the supported notebook models running a supported operating system. HP PC Hardware Diagnostics UEFI provides UEFI-based hardware diagnostics used to validate that a system is functioning correctly. Additional support is provided for updating and managing the system BIOS and other device firmware on the system.
- Adds support for Thin Client systems.
- Provides improved support for Bay Trail Graphics.
- Restarts the system after audio testing to prevent issues with the audio features in systems running Microsoft Windows.
- Microsoft .NET 2.0 is required.
UEFI and custom imaging.
The HP PC Hardware Diagnostics UEFI must be run from a FAT or FAT32 partition with a volume name of "HP_TOOLS". This installer will give you the option to install to the HDD or a USB drive. If you install to the HDD and the HP_TOOLS partition is not present, the installer will prompt you to create the HP_TOOLS partition. If you install to a USB drive, the installer will rename the partition on the USB drive to HP_TOOLS. If you use a custom image, you can create the HP_TOOLS partition manually with type FAT32 and make the volume name HP_TOOLS.
- The HP_TOOLS partition is not protected and can therefore be deleted.
- Backing up the computer using the Windows Complete PC Backup does not back up
the HP_TOOLS partition.
For these reasons, HP recommends that you do not place additional data on the HP_TOOLS partition. Because the partition is not backed up, corruption or failure of the partition will result in loss of all data on the partition, plus loss of UEFI functionality.