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    • myDNA has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 09.02.2017

      @kokett

      Thanks for sharing. I have a question, if I may. Do you know if the very first BIOS for your MSI H170A had ME v11.0 and then did a BIOS update also update ME to v11.6 ? In other words are you aware whether the release-to-market of your mobo came out with ME v11.0 and not v11.6?

      The reason I ask is that my ASUS mobo with a Z170 chipset initially came out with ME v11.0 and then a BIOS update updated ME to v11.6. So I am wondering if your MSI mobo went through the same process?

      I updated ME to v11.7 a while ago, but I downgraded back to v11.6 due to that particular ME v11.7 version had issues. However, I would like to try the fixed version of ME v11.7 like you have done. If anyone here advises against that then I am all ears!

    • myDNA has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 08.30.2017

      H i folks,

      I have this Dell Inspiron 15 5000 series notebook with an Intel i5-6200U and 100 series chipset. I would like to update the ME firmware but before I do I would like to find out what you folks think is the correct version [currently is v11.0.0.1194 LP please see spoiler for MEInfo output].

      I can usually figure this out for myself, however I do not want to make a mistake because there are 2 different types of the firmware. I would like to clarify if I need the "Intel ME 11.0 Consumer PCH-LP Firmware v11.0.26.3000", or the "Intel ME 11.0 Slim PCH-LP Firmware v11.0.12.1010" ? Please let me know if you need more info.

      TIA for any feedback in this matter.


      Intel(R) ME code versions:

      BIOS Version 1.2.9
      MEBx Version 0.0.0.0000
      GbE Region does not exist.
      GbE Version Unknown
      Vendor ID 8086
      PCH Version 21
      FW Version 11.0.0.1194 LP
      LMS Version 11.0.0.1173
      MEI Driver Version 11.7.0.1032
      Wireless Hardware Version 2.1.77
      Wireless Driver Version 18.33.7.2

      FW Capabilities 0x31111A40

      Intel(R) Capability Licensing Service - PRESENT/ENABLED
      Protect Audio Video Path - PRESENT/ENABLED
      Intel(R) Dynamic Application Loader - PRESENT/ENABLED
      Intel(R) Platform Trust Technology - PRESENT/ENABLED

      TLS Disabled
      Last ME reset reason Global system reset
      Local FWUpdate Enabled
      BIOS Config Lock Enabled
      GbE Config Lock Enabled
      Host Read Access to ME Disabled
      Host Write Access to ME Disabled
      Host Read Access to EC Disabled
      Host Write Access to EC Disabled
      SPI Flash ID 1 EF4018
      SPI Flash ID 2 Unknown
      BIOS boot State Post Boot
      OEM ID 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
      Capability Licensing Service Enabled
      OEM Tag 0x00000000
      Slot 1 Board Manufacturer 0x00001028
      Slot 2 System Assembler 0x00000000
      Slot 3 Reserved 0x00000000
      M3 Autotest Disabled
      C-link Status Enabled
      Independent Firmware Recovery Disabled
      EPID Group ID 0xF8B
      OEM Public Key Hash FPF 0CBFCFA9742F99CDFBB2C6035B5D8BDCDA1C6BEBDF693C667A9D0E6997200A27
      OEM Public Key Hash ME 0CBFCFA9742F99CDFBB2C6035B5D8BDCDA1C6BEBDF693C667A9D0E6997200A27
      ACM SVN FPF 0x2
      KM SVN FPF 0x0
      BSMM SVN FPF 0x0
      GuC Encryption Key FPF 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
      GuC Encryption Key ME 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

      FPF ME
      --- --
      Force Boot Guard ACM Enabled Enabled
      Protect BIOS Environment Enabled Enabled
      CPU Debugging Enabled Enabled
      BSP Initialization Enabled Enabled
      Measured Boot Enabled Enabled
      Verified Boot Enabled Enabled
      Key Manifest ID 0xF 0xF
      Enforcement Policy 0x3 0x3
      PTT Enabled Enabled
      PTT Lockout Override Counter 0x1
      EK Revoke State Not Revoked
      PTT RTC Clear Detection FPF 0x0


      @plutomaniac

      Thanks for your input, very much appreciated.

      To update. I updated the ME firmware and all went well. I will include the MEInfo output in the spoiler.

      Intel(R) ME code versions:

      BIOS Version 1.2.9
      MEBx Version 0.0.0.0000
      GbE Region does not exist.
      GbE Version Unknown
      Vendor ID 8086
      PCH Version 21
      FW Version 11.0.26.3000 LP
      LMS Version 11.0.0.1173
      MEI Driver Version 11.7.0.1032
      Wireless Hardware Version 2.1.77
      Wireless Driver Version 18.33.7.2

      FW Capabilities 0x31111A40

      Intel(R) Capability Licensing Service - PRESENT/ENABLED
      Protect Audio Video Path - PRESENT/ENABLED
      Intel(R) Dynamic Application Loader - PRESENT/ENABLED
      Intel(R) Platform Trust Technology - PRESENT/ENABLED

      TLS Disabled
      Last ME reset reason Global system reset
      Local FWUpdate Enabled
      BIOS Config Lock Enabled
      GbE Config Lock Enabled
      Host Read Access to ME Disabled
      Host Write Access to ME Disabled
      Host Read Access to EC Disabled
      Host Write Access to EC Disabled
      SPI Flash ID 1 EF4018
      SPI Flash ID 2 Unknown
      BIOS boot State Post Boot
      OEM ID 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
      Capability Licensing Service Enabled
      OEM Tag 0x00000000
      Slot 1 Board Manufacturer 0x00001028
      Slot 2 System Assembler 0x00000000
      Slot 3 Reserved 0x00000000
      M3 Autotest Disabled
      C-link Status Enabled
      Independent Firmware Recovery Disabled
      EPID Group ID 0xF8B
      OEM Public Key Hash FPF 0CBFCFA9742F99CDFBB2C6035B5D8BDCDA1C6BEBDF693C667A9D0E6997200A27
      OEM Public Key Hash ME 0CBFCFA9742F99CDFBB2C6035B5D8BDCDA1C6BEBDF693C667A9D0E6997200A27
      ACM SVN FPF 0x2
      KM SVN FPF 0x0
      BSMM SVN FPF 0x0
      GuC Encryption Key FPF 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
      GuC Encryption Key ME 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

      FPF ME
      --- --
      Force Boot Guard ACM Enabled Enabled
      Protect BIOS Environment Enabled Enabled
      CPU Debugging Enabled Enabled
      BSP Initialization Enabled Enabled
      Measured Boot Enabled Enabled
      Verified Boot Enabled Enabled
      Key Manifest ID 0xF 0xF
      Enforcement Policy 0x3 0x3
      PTT Enabled Enabled
      PTT Lockout Override Counter 0x1
      EK Revoke State Not Revoked
      PTT RTC Clear Detection FPF 0x0

    • myDNA has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 08.30.2017

      @DarkneZ

      The Intel i7-5820k is a 5th gen CPU, but you do not need to know what gen your CPU is. What you need to know is the chipset, which is X99.

      I suggest that you first go to ASUS website for your motherboards chipset, MEI and SATA / RST etc. drivers here :
      Asus x99 M-WS drivers and software updates

      Choose your version of Windows, e.g., Windows 10 X64 so that the correct drivers are listed, and then see what versions the drivers are. That way you have a good idea of which version drivers to download from here at win-raid.

      However, Fernando has also modded many of these driver's inf files so that you can install higher numbered versions of the drivers you are after.

      Maybe someone with more experience with your motherboard can help you better than me, for I have no experience with the X99 chipset.

    • myDNA has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 08.30.2017

      @DarkneZ

      The Intel ME drivers are found at page 1 of this thread. The Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers are found here: Recommended AHCI RAID and NVMe Drivers.

      You should also go to the maker of your motherboards web site for drivers and BIOS updates.

    • myDNA has written a new post "I'm think my bios is infected by a rootkit, Help wanted !" 08.21.2017

      when you extract the BIOS from the motherboard chip it is different to the actual BIOS file you download to flash the chip. Fernando understood what you said and answered correctly. The "BIOS region" is what you extracted with the tool you used. The BIOS file contains other code along with the information that is flashed to the chip. That is why it has a different CRC SHA checksum compared to the BIOS file you downloaded.

      Did this help?

    • myDNA has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 08.05.2017

      @ bussola99

      That's interesting, because i have a USB2 caddy that I removed from a Verbatim 2.5" external drive case and I replaced the original Hitachi 160GB hybrid drive with a 2.5" 1TB drive, which has a similar symptom with the previous Asmedia USB3-3.1 driver. I must try it with the new drivers I installed earlier this morning to see if it was the old driver or whether it has a hardware/cable problem, which is what i thought it was.

      It used to work fine on my HP Pavilion dv6 3000 series notebook, but it did the light on continually and not seen by Windows when I last used it on my Asus Maximus VIII Ranger desktop. I should have tried it again on the HP notebook to confirm a hardware fault but got too busy ....

    • myDNA has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 06.22.2017

      Zitat von wasisdn im Beitrag #3098


      read this post from plutomaniac:
      Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools (204)


      Then I should be OK with v11.7.0.1229 because the vulnerability of ME v11.7 only effects corporate not consumer systems, and for build 3000, whereas the version I have is of build 1229.

      I quote what plutomaniac said in the link you provided:
      "@ all:

      It looks like (at least) 11.7 was also vulnerable to INTEL-SA-00075/CVE-2017-5689. The presence of 11.7 firmware with build 3000-something proves that. So use 11.6 firmware as provided at the first post, not 11.7 yet.As always, this is relevant to systems with Corporate firmware only, not Consumer"

      So i think that unless there's another reason that I should use the latest v11.6 I might as well stay with v11.7.0.1229. What do the experienced folk think?

    • myDNA has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 06.22.2017

      Zitat von plutomaniac im Beitrag #3074
      @ myDNA:

      Update to the latest 11.6 firmware. Read the first post to understand whether the vulnerability even applies to your case.




      Is there a special reason why I should downgrade[?] to the latest ME firmware v11.6 when I already have v11.7.0.1229? Does it have something to do with why I can no longer find v11.7.0.1229 on page 1 but a placeholder instead? [unless I am mistaken I am certain that I downloaded ME firmware v11.7.0.1229 update that I used to update my system, from page 1 a few months ago? why is there only a placeholder for it now?]

      I've read all of page 1 but I can not decipher anything meaningful that would shed some light on these particular questions. Anything to help me understand this, would be very appreciated. TIA for any help and for your patience.

    • myDNA has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 06.19.2017

      hi all, I updated my ASUS Maximus VIII ME Firmware to v11.7.0.1229 H a few months back, not long after ASUS brought out a BIOS update which I installed [3401]. I haven't kept up to date with what's been going on with the ME firmware updates since, but I do have some understanding about the security problem/fix.

      On this subject does anyone with the same MB or a compatible MB / chipset know if the firmware v11.7.0.1229 is the most up to date version which includes the security fix? Or is there a newer version which I should install?

      the reason I ask is because it appears that v11.7 firmware has been pulled down for there is only a placeholder for it at the start page of this thread, so I am a bit confused. Please excuse my ingnorance if the information is all explained in the first page, I usually do read everything that I can before I make such requests for help, but I am a bit pressed for time, I hope you guys understand. TIA

    • @Fernando

      Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #1441
      Question: Why didn't you use the "Mirror" link?
      That's a good question??!! I guess I was too occupied wanting to help you fix the broken link that I didn't even think of the mirror LOL
      In any case, I usually don't install, or give high priority to "drivers and software" packages when there's a chance to just install just drivers only, i try to keep my machine lean as possible LOL Although I do like to download complete packages too, to have at hand to test etc.

    • myDNA has written a new post "Recommended SSD Tools" 02.16.2017

      Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #142
      According to my own experiences with Samsung's Magician this tool is crap and its usage not recommended by me.
      @Fernando
      Have you ever used the Rapid mode setting with Magician? if so, what did you think of it in relation to experiencing any extra performance, or not? I have an 850 EVO 500Gb in my HP Pavilion 3032 notebook, and the only reason I use Magician is for the Rapid mode, which going by the program's benchmark, it about doubles the read/write performance. But I haven't actually benchmarked it in the real world or tested it with any resource hungry program to see if there is any real need for Rapid mode.

    • myDNA has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 01.13.2017

      Zitat von Pete12 im Beitrag #758

      Now is my question , which USB-port is from Asmedia and which ones are from Intel ??


      EDIT 1] My apologies for the wrong information regarding using USB 2 ports below, after re-reading the information on page 1 regarding the Intel USB 3-3.1 drivers, it actually states and I quote "Make sure, that your mouse and keyboard is not connected to any Intel USB port." So that means that we shouldn't be using ANY Intel USB port when updating to the Fernando's modded Intel USB 3-3.1 drivers. So I've actually learned something here, and I shall not edit what I have written bellow just in case someone else thinks along the same line that I was, that it is OK to use any USB 2 ports while updating the USB 3-3.1 ports' drivers... or am I actually correct in this? Can anyone shed some light, please?

      EDIT 2] I have answered my own question, I just found the information which I can not recall if I have already read, and had forgotten?? but at the top of the page on Page 1 of this thread, it states that it is OK to use USB 2 ports [* from the same manufacturer] if updating the USB 3-3.1 drivers. I quote:

      "Tips for the manual installation of USB 3.0/3.1 drivers:
      Before starting with the installation, you should make sure, that your input devices (keyboard and mouse) are connected with *USB 2.0 ports or with USB 3.0 ports from another manufacturer"

      I think therefore I feel, to make this absolutely clear, the wording could be changed to:
      "Before starting with the installation, you should make sure, that your input devices (keyboard and mouse) are connected with USB 2.0 ports [from the same manufacturer] or with USB 3.0 ports from another manufacturer".

      And maybe repeat the [clarification] above in the Intel USB 3-3.1 driver update section, where it is written in red, I quote:

      "Notes
      Warning: Users, who don't have the option to temporarily switch to an USB port, which is managed by another (non-Intel) USB Controller, should not try to manually install these mod+signed USB 3.0 drivers! They may not be able to use any USB device after the update of the USB 3.0/3.1 Controller driver."

      The above is a bit confusing because it makes it sound as though you can not use ANY USB port from the same manufacturer, where as the top of the page it states that a USB 2 port from the same manufactured is OK to use while updating the USB 3-3.1 drivers.
      I am only trying to add some constructive comments here, so that others might not get confused or miss that important point regarding USB 2 ports are OK to use.

      ORIGINAL POST
      I'm guessing you are wanting to know which ports are USB 2 because you are going to update the USB 3-3.1 drivers to the latest ones kindly provided by Fernando, because as Fernando states on page 1 of this thread, you should not have any memory card connected to USB 3-3.1 when updated the Asmedia/Intel USB 3-3.1 port drivers? If I am correct, motherboards [and notebooks] have blue coloured USB 3 ports and black USB 2 ports on the rear panel connection plate. I take it that your MB does not have USB 3.1 ports on the rear panel connection plate? so you've had to connect a USB 3.1 expansion card. In any case, USB 3.1 of which there are 2 types [type A =red type C =black], type C looks completely different to USB 2 and USB 3 ports, so one can not get them wrong or mixed up, especially type C, because it is physically different.

      I hope this is of some help, if not yourself, to someone at least

    • myDNA has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 12.19.2016

      Zitat von brucewithgh4 im Beitrag #2579
      My question is, what does this MEI driver do and why wasnít it already in there?

      There's a good explanation of what the Intel MEI [Management Engine Interface] is, at <page 1> of this thread. However and for the benefit of folks in general [suits] I shall quote some info from the introduction there [by plutomaniac].

      "Built into many Intel-based platforms is a small, low power computer subsystem called the Intel Management Engine (Intel ME). This can perform various tasks while the system is booting, running or sleeping."

      Zitat von plutomaniac im Beitrag #2575
      * Note: Guys please start to report FWStatusRegister3 values again as seen at MEInfo -verbose.

      FW Status Register3: 0x00000420
      FW Version 11.6.10.1196 H
      LMS Version 11.6.0.1039
      MEI Driver Version 11.6.0.1032

      recent BIOS update from 2202 to 3007 on the following system ....

    • myDNA has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 12.18.2016

      Zitat von ThePhoenyx im Beitrag #2570


      Well, ASUS released a new MEI Driver (11.6.0.1139) but the BIOS is still the 2202 with the MEFW 11.0.0.1168. I wish they'd hurry up and fix it for the newer chips. <sigh>



      @ ThePhoenyx

      ASUS have released an update for the Maximus VIII Ranger BIOS to 3007 and it includes an MEFW update to v11.6.10.1196. Hooray!!
      Here's a screenshot of a partial MEInfo output of my setup after the update:

      [[File:MEInfo-small.jpg|none|auto]]

      Next I am going to try an MEI update, for although ASUS have included an update to v11.6.0.1032 [which I have installed], I have seen a newer version here [Intel MEI-AMT_v11.6.0.1036 WHQL], which i am curious to see how it goes on this system.

      Update: How silly-willy of me, the version I mentioned [Intel MEI-AMT_v11.6.0.1036 WHQL] linked at page 1 of this thread, included the same MEI driver version from ASUS [v11.6.0.1032], which I had already installed, actually from extracting the driver.msi with 7zip from "Intel MEI-AMT_v11.6.0.1036 WHQL", which is why MEInfo is showing it as such, and which I completely forgot that I did do that. I would think that's why LMS version is showing as v11.6.0.1036.

    • myDNA has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 12.16.2016

      Zitat von akbaar im Beitrag #2573
      yes, I have Maximus motherboard IMPACT VIII and you can safely Flash the version Intel ME 11.0 Consumer PCH-H Firmware v11.0.18.1002

      I am using it with no issues since

      [BIOS v2202], i7 6700, nVidia GTX 1080


      Thank you for your feedback. I am hoping that it will fix a certain issue with hanging when left alone for 15 minutes with the youtube site running [with paused video], mostly, so it appears. It has started doing this right after updating the BIOS to v2202. Earlier BIOSs also gave me other problems mostly with standby, and stability. This version seemed to have fixed those issues but might have introduced this new one. But it might be OS related, will soon see after the ME FW update. Will report any thing I find here, in case it might benefit others. Thanks again.

    • myDNA has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 12.16.2016

      Zitat von plutomaniac im Beitrag #2569
      Intel's INF says SKL/SPT-H which means Skylake CPU with Sunrise Point PCH-H. You confuse CPU (S/H/U/Y) and PCH (H/LP) acronyms.

      Thank you for clarifying, now I get the picture. It's not unlike cars of the 1970s - 80s where I new pretty well each car make/model/motor-types etc. or computers of the early 1990s early 2000, these days I can hardly keep up with car/computer makes and models, and their "innards" coz there's that many different types/variations :)

      My ME FW is currently v11.00 [Version 11.0.0.1168 H. I actually posted the results of MEIInfo in my previous post. Please see spoiler]

      However, and maybe it's because I missed it, I can not find a newer ME fw version than what my MB has, which is FW Version 11.0.0.1168 H. Is there a new version available that someone can recommend for an ASUS Maximus VIII Ranger Z170 chipset Mobo? Anyone here with the same mobo share their experience with updating the MEI and or ME firmware they wish to share?

    • myDNA has written a new post "Intel Management Engine: Drivers, Firmware & System Tools" 12.12.2016

      Hi folks can someone please recommend the best version of the Intel ME firmware update for an ASUS Maximus VIII Ranger MB and also the best latest Intel MEI version to update to. What's the difference between the Consumer Vs Corporate versions of these and which is recommended for my MB?

      The Device ID in Device Manager for the intel MEI is PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A13A&SUBSYS_86941043&REV_31
      and going by the inf file for the VEN_8086&DEV_A13A is ME11.0 - SKL/SPT-H.

      I bring up the latter because I could not find any reference for SKL/SPT-H in post 1 of this thread regarding the correct version 11.x and I quote:

      "Warning 1 for 100/200-series: Make sure you choose the correct v11.x firmware SKU for your system which is based on target Platform and Feature set. There are 2 chipsets: PCH-H (Performance) and PCH-LP (Low Power). There are 4 cpu families: SKL/KBL-S, SKL/KBL-H, SKL/KBL-U and SKL/KBL-Y. The PCH-H chipset works with SKL/KBL-S & SKL/KBL-H processors and requires PCH-H (H) ME firmware. The PCH-LP chipset works with SKL/KBL-U & SKL/KBL-Y processors and requires PCH-LP (LP) ME firmware. An easy way to detect which Platform you need is to check the cpu socket specification of your motherboard. SKL/KBL-S uses LGA1151"

      In that post it states that the socket LGA1151 [which is what my MB has] is SKL/KBL-S? so why does the inf file for my device ID say it's an SKL/SPT-H? and why is there no mention of the SKL/SPT-H for the 100/200-series chipset in that post? I'm guessing that my MB is a Performance because of the "H" in SKL/SPT-H. Can someone please clarify or explain what version I need?


      Following is the output of MEIInfo tool :

      Intel(R) MEInfo Version: 11.0.15.1003
      Copyright(C) 2005 - 2016, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.

      Intel(R) ME code versions:

      BIOS Version 2202
      MEBx Version 0.0.0.0000
      GbE Version 0.7
      Vendor ID 8086
      PCH Version 31
      FW Version 11.0.0.1168 H
      LMS Version 11.0.6.1194
      MEI Driver Version 11.6.0.1032
      Wireless Hardware Version Not Available
      Wireless Driver Version Not Available

      FW Capabilities 0x11111D40

      Intel(R) Capability Licensing Service - PRESENT/ENABLED
      Protect Audio Video Path - PRESENT/ENABLED
      Intel(R) Dynamic Application Loader - PRESENT/ENABLED

      TLS Disabled
      Last ME reset reason Power up
      Local FWUpdate Enabled
      BIOS Config Lock Disabled
      GbE Config Lock Disabled
      Host Read Access to ME Disabled
      Host Write Access to ME Disabled
      Host Read Access to EC Disabled
      Host Write Access to EC Disabled
      SPI Flash ID 1 EF4018
      SPI Flash ID 2 Unknown
      BIOS boot State Post Boot
      OEM ID 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
      Capability Licensing Service Enabled
      OEM Tag 0x00000000
      Slot 1 Board Manufacturer 0x00000000
      Slot 2 System Assembler 0x00000000
      Slot 3 Reserved 0x00000000
      M3 Autotest Disabled
      C-link Status Disabled
      Independent Firmware Recovery Disabled
      EPID Group ID 0xF83
      OEM Public Key Hash FPF 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
      OEM Public Key Hash ME 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
      ACM SVN FPF 0x0
      KM SVN FPF 0x0
      BSMM SVN FPF 0x0
      GuC Encryption Key FPF 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
      GuC Encryption Key ME 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

      FPF ME

      Force Boot Guard ACM Disabled Disabled
      Protect BIOS Environment Disabled Disabled
      CPU Debugging Enabled Enabled
      BSP Initialization Enabled Enabled
      Measured Boot Disabled Disabled
      Verified Boot Disabled Disabled
      Key Manifest ID 0x0 0x0
      Enforcement Policy 0x0 0x0


      TIA

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