EliteBook Folio 1020 G1 SE: BIOS update failure


After that the last notebook of WIN10 update hangs when it is connected to the docking station. HP Support Assistant suggested BIOS update fails.

my current update is M77 worm. 01.12. on-site drivers HP suggested the most recent VERSION is: 01.10. Where can I find 01.14Ap1 SP77811.exe to download?

Kind regards



Dear customer,

You can download from the link below and the update of the BIOS manually:




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