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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. 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

Intel Management Engine:

11.8.92.4222 (Apr 18, 2022) – sp139887.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)!

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

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

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

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 (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 (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]

Other:

Intel Chipset (Intel 8series chipset family?)

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

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

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

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:

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

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

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 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

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.

Part Number: 4BC93EA

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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