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    • igorsk has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 05.05.2017

      Zitat von plutomaniac im Beitrag #2845
      Zitat von Pacman im Beitrag #2842
      Older version ME FW 11.6.12.3202 Corporate H & LP showed up at HP today.

      I don't understand what this firmware is. It makes no sense. Intel and their partners all mention firmware 11.6.27.3264 and now we have another with build 3xxx (11.6.12.3202) which was built yesterday apparently (04/05/2017) based on an older hotfix version (11.6.12 instead of 11.6.27) and with an older VCN number of 174 instead of today's 192. Why?




      My guess is that HP requested, received and started testing an early fix from Intel based on 11.6.12, spent some time testing but had to push it out early due to customer demand. As for the date, it is just a field in the manifest, so I think they just asked Intel to take the already tested version and only re-sign it.

    • igorsk has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 05.04.2017

      Zitat von davidm71 im Beitrag #2833
      Where could you find 10.0.55.3000 release? 10.0.50.1004 LP right now on a dell xps 13. Do I need to update?
      The updates have been provided only to the OEMs by Intel, none are publicly available yet. OEMs will need to test them and provide to the end users. Lenovo announced some from the next week, I expect Dell will take a couple weeks/months too.

    • Zitat von dash im Beitrag #52
      the microcode update permanently enforces a newer version of the Intel TXT SINIT ACM (which can be downloaded from Intel as well, but I have no idea how to *install* that into the BIOS/UEFI)


      AFAIK the ACM is usually present as a file/section in the UEFI filesystem, so UEFITool should do the job IMO.

    • Zitat von JanCerny im Beitrag #43
      Unknown microcodes from:
      [list][*]Foxconn Bloodrage 8A1F1P04 and 8A1F1P10


      Do you have access to this board? If yes, can you dump the flash chip?

    • Zitat von plutomaniac im Beitrag #44

      @igorsk

      However, what's a lot more weird are those Foxconn Bloodrage images. Apart from those not-in-db (seemingly non-production) microcodes, they seem to have some sort of super tiny 8KB ROM-Bypass ME region inside which I have never seen before. This makes no sense as X58 did not use/have any ME firmware. The only obvious thing is that it is pre-ME6. I think it may be part of the old UPDATE module of UPD images. Weird stuff, probably useless either way.

      Yeah it's ARC A4 code and it only contains an infinite loop at the beginning. I guess it was used for testing or something...

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