- Jan 17, 2013
- HP Probook 4530s
- Intel 3000
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Read here: http://www.tonymacx86.com/hp-probook-yosemite/149208-probook-4440s-asking-6-digit-system-pin-2.html#post942123
No idea. So far the only person having fixed this fixed it with the shell. You may see if some of the UEFI utilities from HP will allow you to do a reset.Hi rehabman as told that my system is a 6 series probook which doesnot have shell 64 support.
What should i do in this case.
I'm certain OS X filters these items from the nvram utility. If they didn't, it would make "Lock My Mac" rather ineffective. It is difficult to defeat a locked Mac by design.I had already followed this post earlier.
there is nothing in my NVRAM as I have seen in the -S mode in the recovery partition as well as from the Hackintosh install USB.
In both cases I am not seeing any variables in NVram.
can you send me the copy of NVram on your system.
Not likely.I will try to duplicate the entries in my NVram. May be that can solve the issue.
Did you check into the UEFI utilities from HP?I tried to FLASH the BIOS but that didn't help either.
and there is no utility available by HP to reset the UEFI
It does not appear you did 'dmpstore -b' as described in the instructions previously linked...