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Machine is not in committed state

Humberto Rejas
Occasional Visitor

Machine is not in committed state

Just replaced MB and I can't get rid of the message from BIOS "Machine is not in committed state".Downloaded AMT driver and same.Please help,Thank you,Humberto
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Alan_152
Honored Contributor

Re: Machine is not in committed state

What kind of machine, motherboard, BIOS, and OS are you working with?
Humberto Rejas
Occasional Visitor

Re: Machine is not in committed state

It's an Elite 6930p running Windows XP.BIOS version F.16
Thank you
Alan_152
Honored Contributor

Re: Machine is not in committed state

And what from http://tinyurl.com/2dh4us2 have you tried so far?
Humberto Rejas
Occasional Visitor

Re: Machine is not in committed state

Hi Alan,I have tryed the AMT driver and HPsetcfg.zip.The Amt options are not grey out anymore but I do still get the "machine not in committed state".
A coworker is in contact with HP help desk and it is in the process of getting an ATM brand tool.I think I'll wait for now.Thank you very much for your help.Berto
Kasun
Advisor

Re: Machine is not in committed state

solution found

After replace the motherboard you will appears this error message

Machine is not in committed state "

you can remove this error msg following steps

1) download this this tool crate a bootable usb drive floppy drive

http://www.directsoftwaredownload.com/AMTBRANDTOOL.html



2) then create a bootable usb pen drive or
floppy disk and run when your booting
your note book

3) now its very easy to remove in the dos
mode,

4) in the dos mode press dir then you will
be able to see more types of tools and
exes.

5) now you can see BRAND.bat, Run this
tool and follow the instructions properly ..

6) after you run this it will
automatically restart.. then you want be
able to see that error msg
thank you..