Updating my bios
I definitely did not want to be in a position where we were manually updating BIOS versions.
Here is a solution to update your BIOS versions using a Configuration Manager task sequence.
my keyboard is working perfectly i can able to use ENter key,and all other keys in windows operating system!!!
even i tried with external keybord still i can't access BIOS!!!!
More specifically the fact that I’ve needed to apply them to some of my older HP Desktops and Laptops so we could deploy Windows 10 1511 reliably.
Moving forwards this was going to be an issue as we are looking to upgrade our entire business to Windows 10 CBB later in the year.
If Bit Locker was not suspended, the computer will not accept your Bit Locker key the next time your computer boots and the only way you can start your computer is with a recovery key.This avoids the scenario where a BIOS update is attempted using a password switch where that device doesn’t have a password set. Having said all of this, if you don’t set passwords for your BIOS or don’t enable Bit Locker then ignore the last few paragraphs!The next step you will need to do is to download all the latest BIOS versions from the HP website for your models.Then immediately press PAUSE/BREAK key to suspend the boot process. This time choose "Load Optimized Defaults" from the main menu. You will see a screen similar to the one below: technology for easy BIOS updating. Regardless of its extension, after downloading the BIOS file is ready to use as-is.