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silekonn
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    • silekonn has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 08.14.2017

      There are patched versions that appear to be relatively current available from H. P. The 7-series boards received 8.1.71.3608 as an example. If this benefits anyone I will provide a link?

    • silekonn has written a new post "Problems with ME Firmware of an Intel 5-Series mainboard" 08.13.2017

      Both of those actions were attempted. This board has Q-Flash. It has been utilized with minimally two of the three online versions (F2 & F3) if not all three.

      I compiled the above to try to save time. I had answers to your questions there (ctrl-f analyzer : ). I am sorry for its quantity, I knew I was in over my head. What is mentioned above should at least give you some of the answers you may seek. I am grateful for your assistance and will answer any questions regardless. If I had more time I would spend another week of evenings and crack this on my own. The reality is it could take longer or not be correct and I do not.

      I .do. appreciate that it may be I needn't pour over these pages if someone knowledgeable such as yourself had the generosity to direct me toward the the finer points in the appropriate breakdowns (e. g. Ignition vs. standard, RGN data and customizing it) or determine the issue outright. The current hope is to analyze and ascertain the ME version present in the factory BIOS (file) updates and maybe extract and replace that firmware. Failing that, I am nothing if not persistent and willing to attempt a SOIC clip alteration, Realtek audio chip lock bypass or direct alteration with an iron if entirely necessary (note I currently lack the gear necessary and am welcome to suggestions). If this system (and I) can rest peacefully, and awaken, I am sure to be one to minimally throw you a tip. Thank you.

      For confirmation, here are results for all three versions. I am unsure if this means it is "ignition" and this is by design, the presence of the yellow-banged MEI is a bug and it doesn't exist (which is unlikely, given the manufacturer offers the driver) or something else.

      -------[ ME Analyzer v1.16.7 ]-------


      Database r97

      File: h55ms2v.f3

      File does not contain Intel Engine firmware

      File: H55MS2V.F1

      File does not contain Intel Engine firmware

      File: h55ms2v.f2

      File does not contain Intel Engine firmware


      P. S. I believe I am on the (right track).

    • silekonn has written a new post "Problems with ME Firmware of an Intel 5-Series mainboard" 08.12.2017

      System fans and lights stay powered at shutdown. Intel ME does not show up and DevMgmt shows Intel Management Engine is yellow-banged. Reflash does not correct the issue. How to fix?
      If you look at the spoiler you can see output from different utilities run. It might just be, "inspect the BIOS files to find out which ME firmware should be present, then take and reflash said firmware." There is a lack of knowledge for either procedure. Thanks in advance.

    • silekonn has written a new post "Problems with ME Firmware of an Intel 5-Series mainboard" 08.12.2017

      Thanks Fernando. I was hoping he would catch wind. I will try to track down @plutomaniac this weekend.

    • silekonn has written a new post "[Guide] How to flash a modded ASUS/ASRock/Gigabyte AMI UEFI BIOS" 06.28.2016

      Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #122

      Question: Why did I find the correct link and not you?
      By the way: Another working link to the "AMIBIOS and Aptio AMI Firmware Update Utility" was and is within point 1 of CodeRush 's guide about "Flashing modified AMI Aptio UEFI using AFU" (>LINK<).
      Using the "Search" box of the Forum is always a good idea.
      I think you found the correct link because you knew what you were looking for. I on the other hand was trying to follow a "guide" which was supposed to link to a tool and instead linked to a page full of dozens of files, none with a name similar to that which was needed. Sorry for asking you to take the time to "guide" me, just wanted to get going without "using the search function" and reading another ten pages to fill in the gaps of the "guide." Your work here is appreciated, maybe just remember that not everyone can do it, the reason you are helping in the first place.

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