Thursday, December 7, 2023

Windows 10 Driver for HP EliteBook 850 G5 Notebook

If you wish to install Windows 10 64bit on a HP EliteBook 850 G5 Notebook-PC you need the following drivers:

Warnung: Some of the drivers below aren´t officially tested by HP with the 850 G5, so the best would be to stick to the official HP drivers listed on the HP Website. However they work on my device without issues. Check also the official HP Bulletins and Notices from time to time!

Firmware:

HP Ultraslim 2013 Docking Station

2.33.000 (2017-02-01) – sp79015.exe

2.33.004 (2019-11-14) – sp100099.exe

BIOS:

01.10.01 (2020-04-22) – sp101821.exe

01.12.00 (Aug 26, 2020) – sp107454.exe

01.14.01 (Nov 6, 2020) – sp110720.exe

01.16.00 Rev.A (May 12, 2021) – sp113791.exe

01.18.01 Rev.A (17. Dez. 2021) – sp136471.exe

01.19.00 (27. Jan. 2022) – sp137097.exe

01.19.20 (Mar 15, 2022) – sp138928.exe

01.20.00 (May 10, 2022) – sp139932.exe

01.21.01 (15. Aug. 2022) – sp141671.exe

01.22.00 (Nov 8, 2022) – sp143245.exe

01.23.00 (14. Febr. 2023) – sp144245.exe

01.24.00 (Apr 28, 2023) – sp146466.exe

01.25.00 (Aug 4, 2023) – sp148185.exe

Intel Management Engine:

11.8.92.4222 (Apr 18, 2022) – sp139887.exe

11.8.93.4323(Oct 18, 2022) – sp143082.exe

11.8.94.4494 (Jun 16, 2023) – sp147821.exe

Thunderbolt:

46.0.1.x.1 (June 2021) – sp111427.exe

Infineon TPM 2.0 Chip (Infineon SLB 9670)

7.85 Rev.A (24. Mai 2019) – sp94937.exe [Notes: Updated the Manufacturer Version to 7.58.4555.0 and the TPM Sub-Version to 1.38 1/8/2018]

Attention: To Update the TPM you need to disable the TXT and VTx Options in the Bios (Security -> Trusted execution Technology and Advanced -> System Options -> Virtualization Technology). You need to suspend also the Bitlocker encryption, so make sure you have the backup keys exported (e.g. printed)!

For more info´s see here.

Hardware Driver:

Display Adapter (Intel HD Graphics 620) [PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_5917&SUBSYS_83B2103C&REV_07]

Intel Display Audio [INTELAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_8086&DEV_280B&SUBSYS_80860101&REV_1000]

27.20.100.7990 (2020-06-05)

100.7757 (March 25, 2020) – sp101944.exe [Note: Official Driver shows “Platform not supported!”, its unclear why]

100.8189 [27.20.100.9416] (Oct 12, 2020) – sp110413.exe

30.0.101.1340 (Sep 14, 2022) – sp142570.exe

31.0.101.2121 (May 12, 2023) – sp147252.exe

Note: A newer driver might be also be offered by Intel itself here.

Audio: 

Conextant HD Audio [INTELAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_14F1&DEV_2008&SUBSYS_103C83B7&REV_1001]

12.43.1.128 (October 18, 2019) – SP99657.exe

12.43.1.134 / 9.0.278.110 (Jul 15, 2020) – sp106154.exe

12.43.1.137 (Sep 11, 2020) – sp109035.exe

12.73.1.139 (Nov 20, 2020) – sp111208.exe

12.73.1.140 (9. Jul. 2021) – sp119373.exe

12.73.1.142 / 9.0.278.150 (May 12, 2022) – sp140283.exe

Network:

WLAN Adapter (Intel Dual Band-Wireless-AC 8265) [PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_24FD&SUBSYS_10108086&REV_78]

21.10.0.5 () – sp96200.exe

21.40.2.2 () sp99237.exe

21.80.2.1 (Apr 24, 2020) – sp103641.exe

21.110.3.2 (Aug 26, 2020) – sp107672.exe

22.40.0.7 Rev.A (Mar 22, 2021) – sp113020.exe

22.80.1.1 Rev.A (15. Okt. 2021) – sp135768.exe

22.110.1.1 Rev.A (Jan 19, 2022) – sp137116.exe

22.170.0.3 (Oct 18, 2022) – sp143080.exe

22.200.2.1 (Mar 28, 2023) – sp145593.exe

Note: The device has 2×2 antennas (see here which speed you can get). A newer driver might be also be offered by Intel itself here.

LAN Adapter (Intel I219LMV) [PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_15D7&SUBSYS_83B2103C&REV_21]

12.19.0.10 Rev.P (Sep 21, 2020) – sp110164.exe

12.19.1.37 Rev.P (30. Sept. 2021) – sp135655.exe

Note: A newer driver might be also be offered by Intel itself here.

Mobile Broadband (HP LT4132 LTE/HSPA+ 4G)

Intel Bluetooth (Intel Dual Band-Wireless-AC 8265)

Note: Can be disabled via BIOS

HP Universal Camera (Realtek WebCam) [USB\VID_04CA&PID_706E&REV_0005&MI_00]:

2018.0.17763.3 () – sp95765.exe

2018.0.18362.1 (October 07, 2019) – SP99536.exe

2018.0.18362.2 / 10.0.18362.20118 (Jun 18, 2020) – sp105587.exe

Storage:

Intel Rapid Storage Controller:

17.2.8.1029 () – sp98844.exe  [Note: Official Driver shows “Platform not supported!”, its unclear why]

17.8.8.1072 (05/14/2020) – sp104015.exe [Note: Official Driver shows “Platform not supported!”, its unclear why]

17.11.0.1000 Rev.B (26. Okt. 2021) – sp135963.exe [Note: Official Driver shows “Platform not supported!”, its unclear why]

17.11.3.1010 (16. Febr. 2023) – sp144911.exe [Note: Official Driver shows “Platform not supported!”, its unclear why]

Other:

Intel Chipset (Intel 8series chipset family?)

10.1.18243.8188 (January 03, 2020) – sp101171.exe -> Security Update to mitigate CVE-2019-14596

10.1.19444.8378 (20. November 2023) – sp148947.exe -> Security Update to mitigate CVE-2023-28388

Intel Management Engine:

1932.12.0.1298 () – sp99404.exe

2014.14.0.1540 (Apr 20, 2020) – sp103532.exe

2026.14.0.1676 (08/03/2020) – sp107406.exe

2044.15.0.1951 (Nov 10, 2020) – sp110990.exe -> Fixed various Security issues!

2105.15.0.2157 (Apr 16, 2021) – sp113289.exe

2141.15.0.2511 Rev.W (22. Nov. 2021) – sp136281.exe

2205.15.0.2623 (Apr 18, 2022) – sp139912.exe

2238.3.31.0 (Oct 21, 2022) – sp143155.exe

2313.4.16.0 (Jun 16, 2023) – sp147819.exe

Intel Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework:

8.5.10103.7263 (February 26, 2019) sp95216.exe -> Address security vulnerabilities CVE-2021-33159 and CVE-2022-0004

8.7.10802.26924.A.1 (7. November 2023) – SP149507.exe -> Address security vulnerabilities CVE-2022-29470

Synaptics VFS7552 WBF Touch Fingerprint [USB\VID_138A&PID_00AB&REV_0164]

5.5.16.1099 () – sp95505.exe

5.5.21.1099 (February 24, 2020) – sp101733.exe

5.5.27.1099 Rev.A (21. Sept. 2020) – sp110163.exe

5.5.28.1099 (4/27/2021) – Microsoft Update Catalog

HP Hotkey Support [ACPI\VEN_HPQ&DEV_8002]:

(aka Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural PS/2 Keyboard for HP Hotkey Support)

6.2.43.1 () sp85458.exe

7.0.15.0 () sp99442.exe

8.0.9.1 (Apr 23, 2020) – sp103615.exe

8.10.5.1 (Oct 21, 2020) – sp110549.exe

8.10.7.1 (Jan 25, 2021) – sp112462.exe (may cause “unsupported OS” for currently unknown reasons!)

8.10.14.1 (29. Jun. 2021) – sp115288.exe

8.10.36.54 / 11.1.8.1 (1. Mrz. 2023) – sp145069.exe

HP Pointing Device [ACPI\VEN_SYN&DEV_3072 ?]:

18.0.24.0 () – sp96996.exe

18.0.29.0 (03/02/2020) – sp101817.exe

18.0.31.0 (Jul 6, 2020) – sp105932.exe

18.0.34.0 (Apr 27, 2021) – sp113523.exe

HP Wireless Button [ACPI\VEN_HPQ&DEV_6001]:

2.1.10.1 () – sp96501.exe

2.1.11.1 () – sp98840.exe

2.1.13.1 (May 19, 2020) – sp104040.exe

2.1.14.1 (Jun 10, 2020) – sp104363.exe

2.1.17.45138 (Jun 29, 2022) – sp140861.exe

2.1.17.45138 (Sep 29, 2022) – sp142678.exe

Upgrades:

HD:

The device can be upgraded with one HD connected to the M.2 interface (and looks like if it supports SATA-3-SSD and/or NVMe-PCIe-SSD; the NVMe should have a better speed). There is no space for a 2nd M.2 card or even an 2.5 zoll drive. Based on the Maintenance and Service Guide the following Solid-state drive (SSD) would work (only HDs bigger then 512 GB are listed here):

  • 1 TB, PCIe, Gen3×4, NVMe TLC (L17246-001)
  • 512 GB, PCIe, Gen3×4, Self-encrypting drive (SED), Opal 2 TLC (L17250-001)
  • 512 GB, SATA-3, FIPS-140–2 TLC (L17249-001)
  • Samsung SSD 970 Pro M.2 1TB

The following drives are known to be working as well:

  • Crucial MX500 CT1000MX500SSD4 1TB (3D NAND, SATA, M.2 Type 2280SS, internal SSD)
  • Crucial P1 CT1000P1SSD8 1TB internal SSD (3D NAND, NVMe, PCIe, M.2)

RAM:

The device has two RAM slots (for DDR4-2400 SDRAM with dual channel support) and supports up to 32 GB of system RAM in the following configurations:

32768 MB = 32GB (16384 MB×2)
24576 MB = 24 GB (16384 MB×1 + 8192 MB×1)
20480 MB = 20 GB (16384 MB×1 + 4096 MB×1)
16384 MB = 16 GB (16384 MB×1 or 8192 MB×2)
12288 MB = 12 GB (8192 MB×1 + 4096 MB×1)
8192 MB = 8 GB (8192 MB×1 or 4096 MB×2)
4096 MB = 4 GB (4096 MB×1)

The following modules are known to be working:

  • Kingston ValueRAM 16GB DDR4 Modul SO-DIMM 2400 C17

Note: Due to the dual channel support you should use two identically RAM modules for the best performance.

CPU:

The HP EliteBook 850 G5 has a build in CPU (soldered on the main board) so you couldn´t replace it, without replacing the whole main board. During initial order you could choose between:

  • 8th Generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor (i7-8650U) [4 Cores / 8 Threads @ 1.90 GHz]
  • 8th Generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor (i7-8550U) [4 Cores / 8 Threads @ 1.80 GHz]
  • 8th Generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor (i5-8350U) [4 Cores / 8 Threads @ 1.70 GHz]
  • 8th Generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor (i5-8250U) [4 Cores / 8 Threads @ 1.60 GHz]
  • 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor (i5-7300U) [2 Cores / 8 Threads @ 2.60 GHz]
  • 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor (i5-7200U) [2 Cores / 8 Threads @ 2.50 GHz]

GPU/Graphic Card:

The device comes with an integrated “Intel UHD Graphics 620” option which is part from the CPU chip, so you couldn´t change it. During initial order it was possible to get an discrete/external “AMD Radeon RX 540” option with 2 GB GDDR5 dedicated. However the GPU is part from the main board and soldered beside the CPU, so couldn´t replace/install it, without replacing the whole main board.

Note:

It you have something to update to the list, feel free to leave a comment, so we can collect all the infos.

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