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students:2015_factory_image [2015/06/02 07:28] (current)
abrashear Added some clarification in the BIOS settings reset.
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   - Click **Save Changes and Exit**.   - Click **Save Changes and Exit**.
   - At the **Save Changes and Exit** screen, click **Yes**. The computer will reboot.   - At the **Save Changes and Exit** screen, click **Yes**. The computer will reboot.
-  - After the HP logo, you will see a dialog prompting you to “Clear the TPM”. Press **F1** on the keyboard to perform this action. The computer will reboot. +  - After the HP logo, you may see a dialog prompting you to “Clear the TPM”. Press **F1** on the keyboard to perform this action. The computer will reboot. If you do not see this prompt, continue to the next step
-  - After the HP logo, you will see a dialog prompting you to “Reset Fingerprint Sensor to Factory Settings.” Press **F1** on the keyboard to perform this action. The computer will reboot. +  - After the HP logo, you may see a dialog prompting you to “Reset Fingerprint Sensor to Factory Settings.” Press **F1** on the keyboard to perform this action. The computer will reboot. If you do not see this prompt, continue to the next step
-  - Shut down the computer. +  - Shut down the computer. You may be presented with a blue BitLocker recovery screen. If this happens, hold down the power button until the tablet powers off.
-    - You may be presented with a BitLocker recovery screen. If this happens, hold down the power button until the tablet powers off.+
   - The BIOS has now been restored to factory settings and is ready to be re-imaged.   - The BIOS has now been restored to factory settings and is ready to be re-imaged.
  
students/2015_factory_image.txt · Last modified: 2015/06/02 07:28 by abrashear