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Fixing HP Z240 stuck in Manufacturing Programming Mode (MPM)

Download HP BCU (BIOS Configuration Utility)

After you download it, install it and go to installation link.
C:\Program Files (x86)\HP\BIOS configuration utility\

Now type in CMD the following command:

  • cd C:\Program Files (x86)\HP\BIOS configuration utility\
  • biosconfigutility64.exe /getconfig:config.txt
  • Don’t close the CMD

Go to:

  • C:\Program Files (x86)\HP\BIOS configuration utility\
  • There you would see the config.txt document, open it and edit the Manufacturing Programming Mode

FROM:
Manufacturing Programming Mode
*Unlock
Lock

TO:
Manufacturing Programming Mode
Unlock
*Lock

Now save the changes you made in txt file, copy the config.txt back to c:\Program Files (x86)Viewel-Packard\Kos configuration utility. Now back to CMD (Command Prompt)
type in:
biosconfigutility64.exe /setconfig:config.txt

close the CMD and you are DONE

“Warning: Machine is not in committed state” on bootup

I turned on Secure Boot and this message went away

HP BCU

This package provides the HP BIOS Configuration Utility (BCU) for supported notebook, desktop, and workstation models that are running a supported operating system.

VersionSoftPaq #DateOSSoftPaq Exe
4.0.32.1sp10770508/20/2020Windows (7,8,8.1,10)sp107705.exe

*Does not support XP systems that have set the BIOS setup password.

VERSION 4.0.32.1

  • Adds PFX files with passwords on private key
  • Use /setvalue command with a provided password file when BIOS password is set on system
  • Fixes where using /addauthstr on a full repset file containing read only settings causes an error to occur
  • Fixes where BIOS returns a non-zero (fail) result and BCU is incorrectly reporting success
  • Fixes where BCU can set successfully when set the MPM counter to a non-integer value (eg. 5C1)

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