This should start the DMIFIT utility. Sometimes this is called the DMIFIT tool. Now open the flash drive and drag HPBQ138.exe (not zipped) into the main. This should start the DMIFIT utility. They neglected to paste links or attach a useful.exe to help me with this. USB (all found on Google) and the DMIFIT tool and HPBQ138.EXE. You will find a link for DMI: '.New. HP mobility Support Utilities (Windows) (DMI Serial # Tools) When you click on it, it will take you to the DMI tools section. There you can find Documentation, ZIP files to download, ISO Files, Additional Resources, etc. The newest DMI tool version is 2.10. Next, download the HPBQ138 DMIFIT tool by clicking the link and then. In the DOS environment, type: HPBQ138.exe to start the DMIFIT utility. 23 May 2014 - 8 min - Uploaded by jcx2bbyIf you've replaced a motherboard on an HP Pavilion laptop, odds are it will need some. Files by googling nbdmifit-2.03.zip (which are the HP dmi fit tools).
- How-To Geek Forums / Tutorials (Solved) - burn in MB s/n using DMI tool/utility (21 posts) I replace quite a few MBs. This is a first for me. I ordered a repalcement HP MB and after I got it installed I get a power-on error, it says s/n product number etc invalid.
- The HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool allows you to format a USB Flash drive too FAT, FAT32, and NTFS file systems. It also allows you to create a DOS startup disk, but this is not very useful with.
HP provides the following tools for re-flashing the DMI region:
- HP Mobile Firmware Interface Tool (DMIFIT) — this tool, introduced in 2009, combines the previous consumer and commercial notebook DMI flashing tools (HPSetCfg and BrandIT) into one package. This combined package enables one version of the utility to support all consumer and commercial product families that shipped after 2C08. This tool replaces HPSetCfg and BrandIT.
- Windows DMI Firmware Interface Tool (WNDMIFIT) — HP business notebooks made after 2011 must use the WNDMIFIT tool to update DMI information.
HPSetCFG and BrandIT are two older DMI flash tools that are no longer used with current HP notebooks:
- HPSetCfg — used for commercial notebooks.
- BrandIT —used for consumer notebooks.