Extract Binary From HP BIOS .EXE

Hello.

I am trying to extract the binary from an HP bios update file. The HP bios file can be located here: https://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp134001-134500/sp134218.exe

I have tried using 7-zip, Innoextract, and Universal Extractor 2 and don’t seem to be getting anywhere. Normally, one of these tools usually does it for me, but this time, nothing seems to be working so I am not sure what else to do.

I need the binary so I can use a programmer to flash the chip. Thanks a lot guys.

Edit by Fernando: Thread title customized

086E9.rar

Password?

I was waiting for this question. Fortunately, you turned out to be not one of those who ask for help and then ignore me.
The password is: “www.ktvmp3.com”.

I was waiting for this question. Fortunately, you turned out to be not one of those who ask for help and then ignore me.
The password is: “www.ktvmp3.com”.




Thank you so much for the help. I did flash the image, but it seems something is still amiss. Perhaps some backstory would be helpful.

My client brought me this computer because they became impatient during the middle of a BIOS flash and shutdown the computer. After that, the computer appeared to have no power whatsoever. I assumed that flashing a clean bios image would solve the problem and I was at least partially right. After flashing the extracted image you provided, the computer now shows a power LED, the CPU fan spins for a few seconds, but then it shuts itself down. This behavior can be repeated over and over.

Any ideas?

EDIT: By the way, this is an HP Desktop - M01-F1014

It looks like I gave you the wrong bios. Here’s another one: 08768.zip. No password.

It looks like I gave you the wrong bios. Here’s another one: 08768.zip. No password.




This one worked. Computer is functioning normally now. Thank you!

I’m surprised.
Do you want to know how to extract binary from HP BIOS .EXE?

Yes. Normally I don’t have trouble with this sort of thing because 7-zip, Innoextract, or finding the image in a Temp folder after running the .EXE usually gets me what I need. In this instance, none of those seemed to work, so I didn’t know how to proceed. If you’re willing to show me how, that would be most appreciated.

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Thank you!!!