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HP SignagePlayer mp8000r and mp8000s - HP SignagePlayer Imaging Tool

The HP SignagePlayer Imaging Tool contains the original factory image for HP SignagePlayers. The tool is contained within two web downloadable softpaqs that contain the OS image for the specific model of HP SignagePlayer.
  note:
This restore method will not work with all USB flash devices. USB flash devices with multiple partitions generally do not support this restore method. The range of USB flash devices available on the market constantly changes. Not all USB flash devices have been tested with the HP SignagePlayer Imaging Tool.
Getting Started
Three deployment options are supported by this utility. You can choose to do one or both of the following:
  • Create a bootable flash image on a USB flash device (such as a drive key).
  • Use the unpacked files located at C:\program files\Hewlett-Packard\mp8000\UFD for use in a custom deployment scenario.
  • Unpack the components of the image to a different location for use in a custom deployment scenario.
  1. Download SoftPaq 1 of 2 of the SignagePlayer image by clicking the Download or Obtain Software button and saving the file to a folder on your Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7 system. You must install the SoftPaq on a system running one of the listed operating systems.
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    The SoftPaqs are large and may take as long as 30 minutes to install.
  2. Double-click the downloaded file and follow the on-screen instructions.
  3. Download SoftPaq 2 of 2 of the SignagePlayer image by clicking the Download or Obtain Software button and saving the file to a folder on your Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7 system. You must install the SoftPaq on a system running one of the listed operating systems.
      note:
    The SoftPaqs are large and may take as long as 30 minutes to install.
  4. Double-click the downloaded file and follow the on-screen instructions.
  5. After the second softpaq has completely installed, click Start > Programs > Hewlett-Packard > mp8000 Restore Image > mp8000 Restore Image.
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    On systems running Microsoft Windows Vista or Microsoft Windows 7, if you are not logged in with an account that has Administrator privileges, right-click the icon and then select Run as Administrator.
Choose one of the deployment options: USB Format or Deployment. Each option is described below.
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During the restore process, the SignagePlayer drive is reformatted and all data on it is erased before the system image is copied to it. To prevent loss of data, be sure that you have saved any user-created data from the flash drive.
During the first restart of the SignagePlayer following the restore process, there may be a delay of approximately 5-10 minutes to unbundle the software before the Windows desktop is displayed.
Formatting a USB Flash Device
  1. Connect your USB flash device. Ensure that only one USB flash device is connected to the system.
  2. Click USB Format.
  3. Select the USB drive from the list, using the up and down arrows to display the correct drive letter. (If the USB drive does not appear in the list, click Update Drives, then scroll through the list again.)
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    During the next step, the USB drive is reformatted and all data on it is erased before the bootable image is copied to it. To prevent loss of data, be sure that you have saved any data from the USB drive to another drive.
  4. Click Format.
  5. Connect the bootable USB flash device to the SignagePlayer.
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    Only one bootable USB device may be attached to the SignagePlayer during this process.
  6. Restart the SignagePlayer.
  7. When prompted Do you want to continue? [Y/N], press Y to begin the image restore process on the SignagePlayer.
Unpacking the Image and Tools for Deployment
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All the files needed for a custom deployment scenario have already been unpacked to C:\program files\Hewlett-Packard\mp8000\UFD. Please refer to the readme file in this location for instructions on how to do a customer install. Do to the size of the files, HP recommends not choosing the Deployment choice unless you want to copy the files to a different location, such as a network-based share.
  1. Click Deployment.
  2. When prompted, select the destination directory for the imaging tools and image.
    The components that comprise the deliverable are then unpacked to the specified directory. You may then utilize the files such as the IBRPE.EXE (the image restoration utility) and FLASH.IBR (the OS image) for your custom deployment scenario.

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