N/APosted on - 05/24/2012
My partner and I are consistently having one of these errors come up in the Consequence Viewer each and every time a logarithm is executed on our computer.
I installed the most up-to-date drivers and software while attempting to go by the HP Documentation to try and fix things.
Please help me find a fix for this problem?
Thanks a lot.
My partner and I took another glance at the Consequence Viewer and also scrolled down to
where the error message was.
After updating the BIOS via F.20 to F.21, events 4 and 5 haven't made appearances since, but this one has:
Events 4, 5, & 13 – ‘BIOS invalid command type’ errors
I think you already have updated your computer’s BIOS when this problem happened. Since you have a branded machine, before downloading and upgrading your computer’s BIOS you should check first the appropriate version of the upgrade file for your machine’s brand and model. Downloading the wrong version for your laptop’s model will end you up like this. Even if the available BIOS update for your laptop is intended to be installed on Hewlett-Packard machines, sometimes that version will not work on your laptop’s model.
If this is the case and upgrading it even to the latest BIOS version still resulted with this problem, try restoring your laptop’s original BIOS if it’s still possible. This is the only solution I see for your laptop’s BIOS problem.