Download HP UEFI Support Environment
You can start downloading the HP UEFI Support Environment ver. 188.8.131.52 Rev.A for HP ProBook 650 G1 series Laptop. To start download file, click green «download» button on page below. We advise you to use a variety of download managers like «FlashGet» or «Download Master». Also, you can go back to the list of drivers and choose a different driver for HP ProBook 650 G1 series Laptop.
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184.108.40.206 Rev.A, 05.09.2013
Windows 8.1 x64, Windows 8.1 x32, Windows 8 x64, Windows 8 x32, Windows 7 x64, Windows 7 x32, Windows Vista x64, Windows Vista x32, Windows XP x64, Windows XP 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.