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How to Update BIOS with HP DMI SLP v.1.4d 26
If you have an HP laptop that needs to update its BIOS with a new SLP marker file, you may want to use the HP DMI SLP v.1.4d 26 utility. This utility can help you modify the system information such as model, serial number, SKU, OS and image ID in the BIOS. This can be useful if you want to change the operating system or install a different version of Windows.
However, using this utility requires some caution and preparation. You need to download the official BIOS file from HP website and extract the .rom file from it. You also need to create a bootable USB drive with FAT16 or FAT32 format and copy the HP DMI SLP v.1.4d 26 folder to it. You also need to back up your current system information to a file called EEPROM.DAT before making any changes.
In this article, we will show you how to use the HP DMI SLP v.1.4d 26 utility step by step.
Step 1: Download and Extract the Official BIOS File
The first step is to download the official BIOS file for your HP laptop model from the HP support website[^1^]. You can search for your model name or product number and select the BIOS category from the list of drivers and software. Make sure you download the correct version for your operating system and architecture (32-bit or 64-bit).
Once you have downloaded the BIOS file, you need to extract the .rom file from it. The .rom file is the actual BIOS image that will be flashed to your laptop. To extract it, you can use a tool like 7-Zip or WinRAR and open the BIOS file as an archive. You should see a folder called Hewlett-Packard inside it. Open that folder and look for a file with a .rom extension. It may have a name like 68SCF.rom or similar. Copy that file to a safe location on your hard drive.
Step 2: Create a Bootable USB Drive and Copy the HP DMI SLP v.1.4d 26 Folder
The next step is to create a bootable USB drive with FAT16 or FAT32 format and copy the HP DMI SLP v.1.4d 26 folder to it. You can use any tool that can create a bootable USB drive, such as Rufus or UNetbootin. Make sure you select the correct device and format options before creating the bootable drive.
After creating the bootable USB drive, you need to copy the HP DMI SLP v.1.4d 26 folder to it. You can download this folder from this forum thread[^2^]. It contains several tools and files that can help you update your BIOS with a new SLP marker file.
Step 3: Back Up Your Current System Information
The third step is to back up your current system information to a file called EEPROM.DAT before making any changes. This is very important because if something goes wrong during the update process, you may need to restore your original system information.
To back up your current system information, you need to boot from the USB drive that you created in step 2 and run NbDmiFit.bat from the HP DMI SLP v.1.4d 26 folder. This will launch a command prompt window with several options.
Press S on your keyboard to save your current system information to a file called EEPROM.DAT in the same folder. You should see a message saying "Successfully saved model and serial number information". This means that your current system information has been backed up successfully.
Step 4: Modify Your System Information
The fourth step is to modify your system information according to your needs using the HP DMI SLP v.1.4d 26 utility.
To do this, you need to boot from the USB drive again and run NbDmiFit.bat from the HP DMI SLP v.1 061ffe29dd