HP Pavilion All-in-One - 24-b105nx (ME Firmware Update failed/Error sending end of post message to ME: HECI disabled, proceeding w boot)

Greetings everyone,

Thanks to google that you can find the Den’s of experts like this one easily. I am a networks guy and dont have a lot of experience with Hardware issues like the one i have encountered in my Son’s HP AIO. It had been working fine since we bought it, i upgraded its RAM and HDD few months ago and we had been more than happy with this machine until few days back when all my son told me his computer is making funny noises and has become very slow, when I rebooted the machine noticed the ME Firmware update failed and the computer is taking very very long to start windows 10. I tried all i could , upgraded the bios, reversed the bios with HP techniques, tried installing the latest ME firmware from HP with errors " The System ME firmware update not initiated due to integrity failure or invalid FW image . . ."

The system is out of warranty and I cannot find any solution from HP forums. I am confident from this forum I will find a solution.

Looking forward for your advice’s and feed back.

Thank you,
Adnan



Product name : 24-b105nx
Product number : Y4M20EA#A2N
Serial number : 8CC6510HYP
BIOS : F.47-11/20/2018
Motherboard: HP 81B7
Chipset: Intel Skylake Rev. 07
Southbridge : Intel H170 Rev.31
Storage: Samsung SSD
Memory: Kingston HyperX
OS: Windows 10 Home 64bit

Hello,

Download CSME System Tools v11 from Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools and run MEInfo tool with “-fwsts” parameter. Then run it with “-verbose” parameter and show us both results. Do you see any jumpers at the motherboard and if yes, what do they say?

Hi,

Please find below the results from both parameters.

C:\FW\Intel CSME System Tools v11 r25\MEInfo\WIN64>MEInfoWin64.exe -fwsts

Intel(R) MEInfo Version: 11.8.65.3590
Copyright(C) 2005 - 2018, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.

FW Status Register1: 0x80032004
FW Status Register2: 0x30650152
FW Status Register3: 0x00000200
FW Status Register4: 0x00084000
FW Status Register5: 0x00000000
FW Status Register6: 0x40000000

CurrentState: Disabled
ManufacturingMode: Disabled
FlashPartition: Valid
OperationalState: Transitioning
InitComplete: Initializing
BUPLoadState: Success
ErrorCode: Disabled
ModeOfOperation: Temporary Disable mode
SPI Flash Log: Not Present
FPF HW Source value: Not Applicable
ME FPF Fusing Patch Status: ME FPF Fusing patch NOT applicable
Phase: BringUp
ICC: No valid OEM data, ICC programmed with default values
ME File System Corrupted: Yes
PhaseStatus: UNKNOWN
FPF and ME Config Status: Match

C:\FW\Intel CSME System Tools v11 r25\MEInfo\WIN64>

C:\FW\Intel CSME System Tools v11 r25\MEInfo\WIN64>MEInfoWin64.exe -verbose

Intel(R) MEInfo Version: 11.8.65.3590
Copyright(C) 2005 - 2018, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.

Windows OS Version : 10.0

Table Type 190 ( 0x BE ) found, size of 0 (0x 00 ) bytes
Table Type 0 ( 0x 00 ) found, size of 45 (0x 2D ) bytes
Table Type 1 ( 0x 01 ) found, size of 90 (0x 5A ) bytes
Table Type 2 ( 0x 02 ) found, size of 57 (0x 39 ) bytes
Table Type 3 ( 0x 03 ) found, size of 43 (0x 2B ) bytes
Table Type 8 ( 0x 08 ) found, size of 21 (0x 15 ) bytes
Table Type 9 ( 0x 09 ) found, size of 23 (0x 17 ) bytes
Table Type 11 ( 0x 0B ) found, size of 176 (0x B0 ) bytes
Table Type 12 ( 0x 0C ) found, size of 8 (0x 08 ) bytes
Table Type 32 ( 0x 20 ) found, size of 22 (0x 16 ) bytes
Table Type 34 ( 0x 22 ) found, size of 19 (0x 13 ) bytes
Table Type 26 ( 0x 1A ) found, size of 29 (0x 1D ) bytes
Table Type 36 ( 0x 24 ) found, size of 18 (0x 12 ) bytes
Table Type 35 ( 0x 23 ) found, size of 14 (0x 0E ) bytes
Table Type 28 ( 0x 1C ) found, size of 29 (0x 1D ) bytes
Table Type 36 ( 0x 24 ) found, size of 18 (0x 12 ) bytes
Table Type 35 ( 0x 23 ) found, size of 14 (0x 0E ) bytes
Table Type 27 ( 0x 1B ) found, size of 30 (0x 1E ) bytes
Table Type 36 ( 0x 24 ) found, size of 18 (0x 12 ) bytes
Table Type 35 ( 0x 23 ) found, size of 14 (0x 0E ) bytes
Table Type 27 ( 0x 1B ) found, size of 17 (0x 11 ) bytes
Table Type 36 ( 0x 24 ) found, size of 18 (0x 12 ) bytes
Table Type 35 ( 0x 23 ) found, size of 14 (0x 0E ) bytes
Table Type 29 ( 0x 1D ) found, size of 27 (0x 1B ) bytes
Table Type 36 ( 0x 24 ) found, size of 18 (0x 12 ) bytes
Table Type 35 ( 0x 23 ) found, size of 14 (0x 0E ) bytes
Table Type 26 ( 0x 1A ) found, size of 29 (0x 1D ) bytes
Table Type 28 ( 0x 1C ) found, size of 29 (0x 1D ) bytes
Table Type 27 ( 0x 1B ) found, size of 30 (0x 1E ) bytes
Table Type 29 ( 0x 1D ) found, size of 27 (0x 1B ) bytes
Table Type 39 ( 0x 27 ) found, size of 55 (0x 37 ) bytes
Table Type 41 ( 0x 29 ) found, size of 26 (0x 1A ) bytes
Table Type 7 ( 0x 07 ) found, size of 29 (0x 1D ) bytes
Table Type 4 ( 0x 04 ) found, size of 122 (0x 7A ) bytes
Table Type 16 ( 0x 10 ) found, size of 25 (0x 19 ) bytes
Table Type 17 ( 0x 11 ) found, size of 104 (0x 68 ) bytes
Table Type 19 ( 0x 13 ) found, size of 33 (0x 21 ) bytes
Table Type 20 ( 0x 14 ) found, size of 37 (0x 25 ) bytes
Table Type 130 ( 0x 82 ) found, size of 22 (0x 16 ) bytes
Table Type 131 ( 0x 83 ) found, size of 66 (0x 42 ) bytes
Table Type 221 ( 0x DD ) found, size of 78 (0x 4E ) bytes
Table Type 221 ( 0x DD ) found, size of 287 (0x 11F ) bytes
Table Type 221 ( 0x DD ) found, size of 208 (0x D0 ) bytes
Table Type 208 ( 0x D0 ) found, size of 7 (0x 07 ) bytes
Table Type 221 ( 0x DD ) found, size of 396 (0x 18C ) bytes
Table Type 136 ( 0x 88 ) found, size of 8 (0x 08 ) bytes
Table Type 14 ( 0x 0E ) found, size of 40 (0x 28 ) bytes
Table Type 14 ( 0x 0E ) found, size of 14 (0x 0E ) bytes
Table Type 0 ( 0x 00 ) found, size of 45 (0x 2D ) bytes
Table Type 1 ( 0x 01 ) found, size of 90 (0x 5A ) bytes
Table Type 2 ( 0x 02 ) found, size of 57 (0x 39 ) bytes
Table Type 3 ( 0x 03 ) found, size of 43 (0x 2B ) bytes
Table Type 8 ( 0x 08 ) found, size of 21 (0x 15 ) bytes
Table Type 9 ( 0x 09 ) found, size of 23 (0x 17 ) bytes
Table Type 11 ( 0x 0B ) found, size of 176 (0x B0 ) bytes
Table Type 12 ( 0x 0C ) found, size of 8 (0x 08 ) bytes
Table Type 32 ( 0x 20 ) found, size of 22 (0x 16 ) bytes
Table Type 34 ( 0x 22 ) found, size of 19 (0x 13 ) bytes
Table Type 26 ( 0x 1A ) found, size of 29 (0x 1D ) bytes
Table Type 36 ( 0x 24 ) found, size of 18 (0x 12 ) bytes
Table Type 35 ( 0x 23 ) found, size of 14 (0x 0E ) bytes
Table Type 28 ( 0x 1C ) found, size of 29 (0x 1D ) bytes
Table Type 36 ( 0x 24 ) found, size of 18 (0x 12 ) bytes
Table Type 35 ( 0x 23 ) found, size of 14 (0x 0E ) bytes
Table Type 27 ( 0x 1B ) found, size of 30 (0x 1E ) bytes
Table Type 36 ( 0x 24 ) found, size of 18 (0x 12 ) bytes
Table Type 35 ( 0x 23 ) found, size of 14 (0x 0E ) bytes
Table Type 27 ( 0x 1B ) found, size of 17 (0x 11 ) bytes
Table Type 36 ( 0x 24 ) found, size of 18 (0x 12 ) bytes
Table Type 35 ( 0x 23 ) found, size of 14 (0x 0E ) bytes
Table Type 29 ( 0x 1D ) found, size of 27 (0x 1B ) bytes
Table Type 36 ( 0x 24 ) found, size of 18 (0x 12 ) bytes
Table Type 35 ( 0x 23 ) found, size of 14 (0x 0E ) bytes
Table Type 26 ( 0x 1A ) found, size of 29 (0x 1D ) bytes
Table Type 28 ( 0x 1C ) found, size of 29 (0x 1D ) bytes
Table Type 27 ( 0x 1B ) found, size of 30 (0x 1E ) bytes
Table Type 29 ( 0x 1D ) found, size of 27 (0x 1B ) bytes
Table Type 39 ( 0x 27 ) found, size of 55 (0x 37 ) bytes
Table Type 41 ( 0x 29 ) found, size of 26 (0x 1A ) bytes
Table Type 7 ( 0x 07 ) found, size of 29 (0x 1D ) bytes
Table Type 4 ( 0x 04 ) found, size of 122 (0x 7A ) bytes
Table Type 16 ( 0x 10 ) found, size of 25 (0x 19 ) bytes
Table Type 17 ( 0x 11 ) found, size of 104 (0x 68 ) bytes
Table Type 19 ( 0x 13 ) found, size of 33 (0x 21 ) bytes
Table Type 20 ( 0x 14 ) found, size of 37 (0x 25 ) bytes
Table Type 130 ( 0x 82 ) found, size of 22 (0x 16 ) bytes
Table Type 131 ( 0x 83 ) found, size of 66 (0x 42 ) bytes
Table Type 221 ( 0x DD ) found, size of 78 (0x 4E ) bytes
Table Type 221 ( 0x DD ) found, size of 287 (0x 11F ) bytes
Table Type 221 ( 0x DD ) found, size of 208 (0x D0 ) bytes
Table Type 208 ( 0x D0 ) found, size of 7 (0x 07 ) bytes
Table Type 221 ( 0x DD ) found, size of 396 (0x 18C ) bytes
Table Type 136 ( 0x 88 ) found, size of 8 (0x 08 ) bytes
Table Type 14 ( 0x 0E ) found, size of 40 (0x 28 ) bytes
Table Type 14 ( 0x 0E ) found, size of 14 (0x 0E ) bytes
FW Status Register1: 0x80032004
FW Status Register2: 0x30650152
FW Status Register3: 0x00000200
FW Status Register4: 0x00084000
FW Status Register5: 0x00000000
FW Status Register6: 0x40000000

CurrentState: Disabled
ManufacturingMode: Disabled
FlashPartition: Valid
OperationalState: Transitioning
InitComplete: Initializing
BUPLoadState: Success
ErrorCode: Disabled
ModeOfOperation: Temporary Disable mode
SPI Flash Log: Not Present
FPF HW Source value: Not Applicable
ME FPF Fusing Patch Status: ME FPF Fusing patch NOT applicable
Phase: BringUp
ICC: No valid OEM data, ICC programmed with default values
ME File System Corrupted: Yes
PhaseStatus: UNKNOWN
FPF and ME Config Status: Match

Error 86: Communication error between application and Intel(R) ME module (FWU client)

Error 81: Internal error (Could not determine FW features information)


I dont recall seeing the mother board properly thats when I changed the RAM and Hard Drive, this is the mother board type

https://support.hp.com/ca-en/document/c05143522

Yes I saw that link but the picture is way too small to pinpoint any jumpers or points of interest such as jumpers, whether the SPI chip is removable etc. Now, the BIOS and/or CSME firmware are corrupted. HP does provide a full SPI image at their 81B7 softpaq but, in order to re-flash, you need read/write access to the firmware. The possible steps that can be followed are found at [Guide] Unlock Intel Flash Descriptor Read/Write Access Permissions for SPI Servicing.

Not a good news that they are corrupted, any best advice you can give on unlocking , i did see the link and got lost

Looks like its unlocked

C:\FW\Intel CSME System Tools v11 r25\Flash Programming Tool\WIN64>FPTW64.exe -DESC -D spi.bin

Intel (R) Flash Programming Tool. Version: 11.8.65.3590
Copyright (c) 2007 - 2018, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.

Reading HSFSTS register… Flash Descriptor: Valid

— Flash Devices Found —
W25Q64FV ID:0xEF4017 Size: 8192KB (65536Kb)


- Reading Flash [0x0001000] 4KB of 4KB - 100 percent complete.
Writing flash contents to file "spi.bin"…

Memory Dump Complete
FPT Operation Successful.


No, that doesn’t prove that it’s unlocked. You only dumped the Flash Descriptor (-desc -d) region and not the entire SPI chip (-d). Besides, it’s very likely that you may have read but not write access. HP is usually very due diligent when it comes to locking the Flash Descriptor so I doubt that it’s unlocked.

For future reference, when the FD is unlocked, I’m attaching the full SPI image for 81B7 F47 (sp93316). Once read/write access is granted, make sure you keep a backup of the current SPI chip firmware via “fpt -d spi.bin”. You can then run “fpt -f sp93316_081B7F47.bin” followed by “fptw -greset” to re-flash the firmware and correct the problem.

sp93316_081B7F47.rar (4.12 MB)

Hi, I am trying to UEFI option, i extracted the IFR (attached), tried to change the value of FW Image Re-Flash in EFI shell, and the ME firmware update filed error is not showing any more at boot, tried to dump the SPI using FPT tool but it didnt help, guess more parameters will be needed to change in EFI shell, can you have a look at suggest. I found BIOS lock but havent changed it yet.

setup IFR.txt (1.41 MB)

Alright, you made progress. What error are you receiving now? Is it an error about "cpu access error" or "locked BIOS ranges" or something else? The "locked BIOS ranges" error can be solved by also setting BIOS Lock to disabled. Remember to do both (Me FW Image Re-Flash, BIOS Lock) at the same time because they may apply for 1 boot only.

Tried disabling BIOS Lock and enabling Re-Flash, didnt help.

Error 318: The host CPU does not have read access …

and when i try to flash i get this

GbE Region does not exist.
Error: 451 The host CPU does not have write access to the target flash area.


Since the first time I enabled Re-FLash, I am not seeing the ME FW update failed at boot, the PC at some boot performs well and at some boots performs sluggish with a weird sound coming from speaker

Do you also get the cpu access error with “fpt -me -d me.bin”? Show me another MEInfo -fwsts when the message is not shown and the machine seems to be ok. Try performing the Me FW Image Re-Flash command two times in a row and each time do a “fpt -me -d me.bin” to see if something changed. It’s sometimes weird to get it working.

Noticed that the computer boots good and not sluggish when I drain the power and turn it on, tried twice the RE-Flash option in EFI with no success, please see attached.

Another interesting thing since I first time enabled RE-Flash in EFI, the ME FW update failed has disappeared it never showed up again.

Logs.txt (1.94 KB)

Something else you can try is this special key sequence that HP has on some systems to disable the FD lock. Who knows, maybe it will work. I don’t have to add something more regarding IFR. Maybe @Lost_N_BIOS can unlock the BIOS to show the options in question and enable them that way. Otherwise you’ll have to move to other FD unlock methods, per the guide.

Will try that, thanks for your patience, meanwhile see this image of my motherboard, it has a FDO thing on it, not sure how to connect the jumper if there is on already inside. I will open the system tomorrow and check, opening AIO’s is crap !!

FDO.jpg

If the motherboard has such a header with FDO capability then you’ll be able to repair the issue in no time. It says pins 1 & 2 are FDO and they are marked at the header too. Basically the most right top & down pins need to be shorted together while the system starts. You should be able to dump the SPI chip afterwards.

Hi, I was successful after shorting the FDO jumper, please find attached the output. Now at every boot I see a message appearing in blue color that the Manufacturing programming mode is in Unlock Mode, i have returned the jumper back though, computer is performing fine now.

Bundle of thanks for your continuous support.

Flashed.txt (4.42 KB)

C:\FW\Intel CSME System Tools v11 r25\MEInfo\WIN64>MEInfoWin64.exe -verbose

Intel(R) MEInfo Version: 11.8.65.3590
Copyright(C) 2005 - 2018, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.




Windows OS Version : 10.0

FW Status Register1: 0x90000245
FW Status Register2: 0x060B0506
FW Status Register3: 0x00000020
FW Status Register4: 0x00084000
FW Status Register5: 0x00000000
FW Status Register6: 0x40000000

CurrentState: Normal
ManufacturingMode: Disabled
FlashPartition: Valid
OperationalState: CM0 with UMA
InitComplete: Complete
BUPLoadState: Success
ErrorCode: No Error
ModeOfOperation: Normal
SPI Flash Log: Not Present
FPF HW Source value: Not Applicable
ME FPF Fusing Patch Status: ME FPF Fusing patch NOT applicable
Phase: ROM/Preboot
ICC: Valid OEM data, ICC programmed
ME File System Corrupted: No
PhaseStatus: CALL_NEXT_MODULE
FPF and ME Config Status: Match
FW Capabilities value is 0x31111140
Feature enablement is 0x31111140
Platform type is 0x12220322
No Intel Wireless device was found
Intel(R) ME code versions:

Table Type 5 ( 0x 05 ) found, size of 0 (0x 00 ) bytes
BIOS Version F.47
Table Type 5 ( 0x 05 ) found, size of 0 (0x 00 ) bytes
Table Type 0 ( 0x 00 ) found, size of 45 (0x 2D ) bytes
Table Type 1 ( 0x 01 ) found, size of 51 (0x 33 ) bytes
Table Type 2 ( 0x 02 ) found, size of 35 (0x 23 ) bytes
Table Type 3 ( 0x 03 ) found, size of 34 (0x 22 ) bytes
Table Type 8 ( 0x 08 ) found, size of 21 (0x 15 ) bytes
Table Type 9 ( 0x 09 ) found, size of 23 (0x 17 ) bytes
Table Type 11 ( 0x 0B ) found, size of 85 (0x 55 ) bytes
Table Type 12 ( 0x 0C ) found, size of 8 (0x 08 ) bytes
Table Type 32 ( 0x 20 ) found, size of 22 (0x 16 ) bytes
Table Type 34 ( 0x 22 ) found, size of 19 (0x 13 ) bytes
Table Type 26 ( 0x 1A ) found, size of 29 (0x 1D ) bytes
Table Type 36 ( 0x 24 ) found, size of 18 (0x 12 ) bytes
Table Type 35 ( 0x 23 ) found, size of 14 (0x 0E ) bytes
Table Type 28 ( 0x 1C ) found, size of 29 (0x 1D ) bytes
Table Type 36 ( 0x 24 ) found, size of 18 (0x 12 ) bytes
Table Type 35 ( 0x 23 ) found, size of 14 (0x 0E ) bytes
Table Type 27 ( 0x 1B ) found, size of 30 (0x 1E ) bytes
Table Type 36 ( 0x 24 ) found, size of 18 (0x 12 ) bytes
Table Type 35 ( 0x 23 ) found, size of 14 (0x 0E ) bytes
Table Type 27 ( 0x 1B ) found, size of 17 (0x 11 ) bytes
Table Type 36 ( 0x 24 ) found, size of 18 (0x 12 ) bytes
Table Type 35 ( 0x 23 ) found, size of 14 (0x 0E ) bytes
Table Type 29 ( 0x 1D ) found, size of 27 (0x 1B ) bytes
Table Type 36 ( 0x 24 ) found, size of 18 (0x 12 ) bytes
Table Type 35 ( 0x 23 ) found, size of 14 (0x 0E ) bytes
Table Type 26 ( 0x 1A ) found, size of 29 (0x 1D ) bytes
Table Type 28 ( 0x 1C ) found, size of 29 (0x 1D ) bytes
Table Type 27 ( 0x 1B ) found, size of 30 (0x 1E ) bytes
Table Type 29 ( 0x 1D ) found, size of 27 (0x 1B ) bytes
Table Type 39 ( 0x 27 ) found, size of 55 (0x 37 ) bytes
Table Type 41 ( 0x 29 ) found, size of 26 (0x 1A ) bytes
Table Type 7 ( 0x 07 ) found, size of 29 (0x 1D ) bytes
Table Type 4 ( 0x 04 ) found, size of 122 (0x 7A ) bytes
Table Type 16 ( 0x 10 ) found, size of 25 (0x 19 ) bytes
Table Type 17 ( 0x 11 ) found, size of 104 (0x 68 ) bytes
Table Type 19 ( 0x 13 ) found, size of 33 (0x 21 ) bytes
Table Type 20 ( 0x 14 ) found, size of 37 (0x 25 ) bytes
Table Type 130 ( 0x 82 ) found, size of 22 (0x 16 ) bytes
MEBx Version 10.0.0.0001
GbE Version Unknown
Vendor ID 8086
PCH Version 31
FW Version 11.8.50.3470 H
Security Version (SVN) 3
LMS Version Not Available
MEI Driver Version 11.7.0.1057
Wireless Hardware Version 2.1.77
Wireless Driver Version 19.51.21.1

FW Capabilities 0x31111140

Intel(R) Capability Licensing Service - PRESENT/ENABLED
Protect Audio Video Path - PRESENT/ENABLED
Intel(R) Dynamic Application Loader - PRESENT/ENABLED
Service Advertisement & Discovery - NOT PRESENT
Intel(R) NFC Capabilities - NOT PRESENT
Intel(R) Platform Trust Technology - PRESENT/ENABLED

Re-key needed False
Platform is re-key capable True
TLS Disabled
Last ME reset reason Firmware reset
Local FWUpdate Enabled
BIOS Config Lock Enabled
GbE Config Lock Enabled
Get flash master region access status…done
Host Read Access to ME Disabled
Host Write Access to ME Disabled
Get EC region access status…done
Host Read Access to EC Disabled
Host Write Access to EC Disabled
Protected Range Register Base #0 0x0
Protected Range Register Limit #0 0x0
Protected Range Register Base #1 0x0
Protected Range Register Limit #1 0x0
Protected Range Register Base #2 0x0
Protected Range Register Limit #2 0x0
Protected Range Register Base #3 0x0
Protected Range Register Limit #3 0x0
Protected Range Register Base #4 0x0
Protected Range Register Limit #4 0x0
SPI Flash ID 1 EF4017
SPI Flash ID 2 Unknown
BIOS boot State Post Boot
OEM ID 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
Capability Licensing Service Enabled
OEM Tag 0x00000000
Slot 1 Board Manufacturer 0x0000203A
Slot 2 System Assembler 0x00000000
Slot 3 Reserved 0x00000000
M3 Autotest Disabled
C-link Status Disabled
Independent Firmware Recovery Disabled
EPID Group ID 0xFBE

Retrieving Variable "LSPCON Port Configuration"
LSPCON Ports None

Retrieving Variable "eDP Port Configuration"
5K Ports None
OEM Public Key Hash FPF 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

Retrieving Variable "OEM Public Key Hash"
OEM Public Key Hash ME 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
ACM SVN FPF 0x0
KM SVN FPF 0x0
BSMM SVN FPF 0x0
GuC Encryption Key FPF 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

Retrieving Variable "GuC Encryption Key"
GuC Encryption Key ME 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

FPF ME
— –
Force Boot Guard ACM Disabled
Retrieving Variable "Force Boot Guard ACM Enabled"
Disabled
Protect BIOS Environment Disabled
Retrieving Variable "Protect BIOS Environment Enabled"
Disabled
CPU Debugging Enabled
Retrieving Variable "CPU Debugging"
Enabled
BSP Initialization Enabled
Retrieving Variable "BSP Initialization"
Enabled
Measured Boot Disabled
Retrieving Variable "Measured Boot Enabled"
Disabled
Verified Boot Disabled
Retrieving Variable "Verified Boot Enabled"
Disabled
Key Manifest ID 0x0
Retrieving Variable "Key Manifest ID"
0x0
Enforcement Policy 0x0
Retrieving Variable "Error Enforcement Policy"
0x0
PTT Enabled
Retrieving Variable "Intel(R) PTT Supported"
Enabled
PTT Lockout Override Counter 0x0
EK Revoke State Revoked
PTT RTC Clear Detection FPF 0x0


C:\FW\Intel CSME System Tools v11 r25\MEInfo\WIN64>

Now that you have reset the jumper, the output looks perfect. The system should work just fine. You have probably lost some BIOS info like Serial Number etc, if that is of interest to you. But you have kept a backup of the SPI image before the re-flash so they could be transferred by someone who knows these things such as LOST_N_BIOS. Do you still get the new message upon each boot? If yes, it must be because the system is not provisioned with SN etc info.

Hi yes on every boot I see the message Manufacturing programming mode is in unlock mode, yes I noticed i didn’t see the serial number and other info. once again thanks a lot, I will try to connect with LOST_N_BIOS to seek his help

@AdnanMumtaz - Send me the SPI image you flashed in, along with a copy of your original backup. You’ll have to reflash it same way again after I edit

As for manufacturing mode, if this is a BIOS or HP thing, not ME FW thing, then you should be able to see a message to end this mode either at the same screen where you are seeing that, or in the BIOS itself somewhere

To make it easier for me to transfer over Serial, UUID, LAN MAC ID etc, I need images of all stickers on the back of your casing, and on the inside of the back casing too (and any on that backside of the motherboard as well.
Be sure to include any stickers on/near the memory slots, and remove memory too in case there is any underneath. And if you can, in case it’s not on a sticker, check your router logs and see if you can find your LAN MAC ID
With the above two BIOS files, and all those images I requested, also include an image of this Manufacturing Mode message so I can see it’s exact wording and all things on screen etc.

Did you now disable ME FW Re-Flash in BIOS? If not, you need to disable that again (back to default) Otherwise ME FW is disabled until you do (Reading from page one, didn’t look at above info as I’m not good at ME stuff so I can never tell what’s going on )