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  • lucasa_alvez
    New Member
    • Jun 2017
    • 13
    • brazil

    HP ProBook 650 G2 6050a2723701-mb-a02

    BIOS HP ProBook 650 G2

    6050a2723701-mb-a02
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  • tanveer920
    Member
    • Jul 2015
    • 32
    • INDIA

    #2
    Re: HP ProBook 650 G2 6050a2723701-mb-a02

    i have admin password anybody can help ???????
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    • imranromi
      Badcaps Veteran
      • Jan 2015
      • 1281
      • Pakistan

      #3
      Re: HP ProBook 650 G2 6050a2723701-mb-a02

      Originally posted by tanveer920 View Post
      i have admin password anybody can help ???????
      Try this and reply.
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      • ravenmx
        Senior Member
        • May 2018
        • 144
        • puebla

        #4
        Re: HP ProBook 650 G2 6050a2723701-mb-a02

        iranromi, i check your bin file, but the laptop power on in black screen, y check the original bin file , the laptop works fine, but have password bios. any idea?

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        • ravenmx
          Senior Member
          • May 2018
          • 144
          • puebla

          #5
          Re: HP ProBook 650 G2 6050a2723701-mb-a02

          Originally posted by tanveer920 View Post
          i have admin password anybody can help ???????
          Any solution?

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          • mielta
            Badcaps Veteran
            • Apr 2015
            • 365
            • Germany

            #6
            Re: HP ProBook 650 G2 6050a2723701-mb-a02

            Hi
            Try this
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            • ravenmx
              Senior Member
              • May 2018
              • 144
              • puebla

              #7
              Re: HP ProBook 650 G2 6050a2723701-mb-a02

              this my backup, this have password, any can help me please
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              • mcm022006
                Member
                • Jan 2015
                • 20
                • romania

                #8
                bios hp probook 650 g2

                hello, can someone help me with a repair to a bios dump from a hp probook 650 g2?

                it powers on and nothing on display, and makes 2 long beels then 2 short ones

                here is an attachement of the dump. thank you
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                • Jeroentje
                  Member
                  • Dec 2017
                  • 70
                  • Nederland

                  #9
                  Re: bios hp probook 650 g2

                  this is stock bios and unlocked descriptor with youre intel image, remember you have to brand it again with NbDmiFit-2.10+ with your serial(s)

                  goodluck
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                  • mcm022006
                    Member
                    • Jan 2015
                    • 20
                    • romania

                    #10
                    Re: bios hp probook 650 g2

                    thanks, IT WORKS!!

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                    • peben
                      New Member
                      • Mar 2017
                      • 6
                      • Netherlands

                      #11
                      Re: bios hp probook 650 g2

                      Hello everyone,
                      I have same issue with my probook 650 g2.
                      when turning the laptop on, it gives 2 long beeps followed by two short beeps.
                      can somebody help me.

                      dump as attachment


                      thanx in advance
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                      • Jeroentje
                        Member
                        • Dec 2017
                        • 70
                        • Nederland

                        #12
                        Re: bios hp probook 650 g2

                        Try this, unlocked and fresh bios, next step could be to clean up the me, but takes extra time
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                        • VasX
                          New Member
                          • Sep 2016
                          • 1
                          • Russia

                          #13
                          Re: bios hp probook 650 g2

                          Hello! Can you help me? My laptop behaves the same way, turns on and makes 2 long, then 2 short sounds. Here is my bios. Thanks.
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                          • peben
                            New Member
                            • Mar 2017
                            • 6
                            • Netherlands

                            #14
                            Re: bios hp probook 650 g2

                            Originally posted by Jeroentje View Post
                            Try this, unlocked and fresh bios, next step could be to clean up the me, but takes extra time
                            Thanx it worked

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                            • maksudpabel
                              New Member
                              • Mar 2015
                              • 1
                              • france

                              #15
                              Re: HP ProBook 650 G2 6050a2723701-mb-a02

                              Originally posted by ravenmx View Post
                              this my backup, this have password, any can help me please
                              is this ok ?

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                              • dv007
                                New Member
                                • Jul 2014
                                • 3
                                • USA

                                #16
                                hp probook 650 g2 corrupted bios

                                Hi,

                                I have a HP 650 G2. Without memory it just beeps. With memory it does a boot and restart loop with no picture on display. Battery charges fine. I've attached a bios dump. Can someone please help me fix this bios? Thanks
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                                • peste
                                  Badcaps Veteran
                                  • Dec 2016
                                  • 8433
                                  • ROMANIA

                                  #17
                                  Re: hp probook 650 g2 corrupted bios

                                  https://www.badcaps.net/forum/showth...probook+650+g2

                                  https://www.badcaps.net/forum/showth...ghlight=650+g2



                                  try...
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                                  Last edited by peste; 05-29-2019, 02:36 AM.
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                                  >>>>> https://www.badcaps.net/index.php?pageid=donate1 <<<<<

                                  Every donation made will go towards server fees and maintenance costs.

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                                  • dv007
                                    New Member
                                    • Jul 2014
                                    • 3
                                    • USA

                                    #18
                                    Re: hp probook 650 g2 corrupted bios

                                    Thanks peste. Didn't have a chance to use your file.
                                    I Managed to get my laptop working again. For those with similar problem. Here is how I did it.

                                    I downloaded latest bios directly from HP website and use UEFITool_v0.26.0 (google it to download) to replace the bios section of the corrupted dump with the bios from HP (N76_0139.bin). Laptop started fine with the modded bios but with "Manufacturer Programming Mode is in Unlock Mode". I then used NbDmiFit_2.10 to set all the manufacture info and lock the mpm. You can get the your hp laptop info from http://pro-psurf-web-glb.austin.hp.com/Search.aspx with serial #.

                                    Installed windows 10 but it's not auto activated .
                                    Last edited by dv007; 05-29-2019, 04:03 AM.

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                                    • mcplslg123
                                      Badcaps Veteran
                                      • Jun 2015
                                      • 6015
                                      • india

                                      #19
                                      Re: hp probook 650 g2 corrupted bios

                                      Check for windows key in your edited bios and original bios and compare. I doubt, you lost the win key in overwriting bios region with uefi tool. If so, you can re insert it with hex editor.

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                                      • vignesharivuslm
                                        Member
                                        • Nov 2014
                                        • 27
                                        • India

                                        #20
                                        Re: HP ProBook 650 G2 6050a2723701-mb-a02

                                        Working bios please i tried many bios above. Display not comes, stock rom bios also lost, before that display comes... Urgent sir
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