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#136 RE: Intel Engine: Firmware Repositories by plutomaniac 05.04.2019 14:58

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Ah you didn't tell me that before, I thought you only wanted to report something which was not at the DB. For cleaning, the proper thread is [Guide] Clean Dumped Intel Engine (CS)ME/(CS)TXE Regions with Data Initialization. No matter though as this is a Pre-Production system and we cannot discuss it here. I'll send a pm instead.

#137 RE: Intel Engine: Firmware Repositories by razor_amd 05.08.2019 22:35

https://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp96001-96500/sp96325.exe



Sorry if you already have this one. Mine analyzer is old, I will update ASAP. This download file from HP website has multiple firmware inside.

#138 RE: Intel Engine: Firmware Repositories by plutomaniac 06.08.2019 02:14

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Yes your MEA version & DB are really old. This is already found.

#139 RE: Intel Engine: Firmware Repositories by forart.it 25.08.2019 13:34

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Hi there, the question is: can I update my Biostar's Hi-Fi H170Z3 Ver. 5.x to latest 12.x ME fw ?

Here's the ME Analyzer output:

Zitat

╔══════════════════════════════════════════╗
║ ME Analyzer v1.94.0 r172 ║
╚══════════════════════════════════════════╝

╔═════════════════════════════════════════════╗
║ H17BR508.BSS (1/1) ║
╟─────────────────────────┬───────────────────╢
║ Family │ CSE ME ║
╟─────────────────────────┼───────────────────╢
║ Version │ 11.8.50.3425 ║
╟─────────────────────────┼───────────────────╢
║ Release │ Production ║
╟─────────────────────────┼───────────────────╢
║ Type │ Region, Extracted ║
╟─────────────────────────┼───────────────────╢
║ SKU │ Consumer H ║
╟─────────────────────────┼───────────────────╢
║ Chipset │ KBP/BSF-H A ║
║ │ SPT-H D ║
╟─────────────────────────┼───────────────────╢
║ Security Version Number │ 3 ║
╟─────────────────────────┼───────────────────╢
║ Version Control Number │ 275 ║
╟─────────────────────────┼───────────────────╢
║ Production Version │ Yes ║
╟─────────────────────────┼───────────────────╢
║ Lewisburg PCH Support │ No ║
╟─────────────────────────┼───────────────────╢
║ OEM RSA Signature │ No ║
╟─────────────────────────┼───────────────────╢
║ OEM Unlock Token │ No ║
╟─────────────────────────┼───────────────────╢
║ Date │ 2017-10-25 ║
╟─────────────────────────┼───────────────────╢
║ File System State │ Configured ║
╟─────────────────────────┼───────────────────╢
║ Size │ 0x1BF000 ║
╟─────────────────────────┼───────────────────╢
║ Flash Image Tool │ 11.8.50.3425 ║
╟─────────────────────────┼───────────────────╢
║ Latest │ No ║
╚═════════════════════════╧═══════════════════╝

Press enter to exit



Thanks in advice !

#140 RE: Intel Engine: Firmware Repositories by plutomaniac 25.08.2019 14:30

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Zitat von forart.it im Beitrag #139
Hi there, the question is: can I update my Biostar's Hi-Fi H170Z3 Ver. 5.x to latest 12.x ME fw ?

No, 11.8 only.

#141 RE: Intel Engine: Firmware Repositories by yXww7EHj 03.10.2019 18:20

Hi!
Does anyone know where are metadata blobs for modules (like bup.met, amt.met) in last versions of the CSME 12.0 firmware?

#142 RE: Intel Engine: Firmware Repositories by plutomaniac 03.10.2019 19:34

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Zitat von yXww7EHj im Beitrag #141
Does anyone know where are metadata blobs for modules (like bup.met, amt.met) in last versions of the CSME 12.0 firmware?

Intel removed the Module Metadata (.met) at CSME >= 12.0.30 firmware. They remain only at OEM-customizable LZMA compressed Modules like ish_bup or similar.

#143 RE: Intel Engine: Firmware Repositories by earthoo7 03.10.2019 22:42

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@plutomaniac
@ lost_N_bios
@ any one who can answer..

where to find sps Firmware Repositories for clean me?
is its method same as for me/txe for make it clean?
i attach the image & firmware also.

#144 RE: Intel Engine: Firmware Repositories by yXww7EHj 04.10.2019 10:22

Zitat von plutomaniac im Beitrag #142
Intel removed the Module Metadata (.met) at CSME >= 12.0.30 firmware. They remain only at OEM-customizable LZMA compressed Modules like ish_bup or similar.

Thank you for the answer!
Metadata files were containing a lot of vital information to spawn processes in the system: entry point, BSS size, MMIO ranges and so on. It can't just disappear, there needs to be a new place for such data structures. What do you think?

#145 RE: Intel Engine: Firmware Repositories by plutomaniac 04.10.2019 13:01

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Zitat von yXww7EHj im Beitrag #144
Metadata files were containing a lot of vital information to spawn processes in the system: entry point, BSS size, MMIO ranges and so on. It can't just disappear, there needs to be a new place for such data structures. What do you think?

When 12.0.30 first appeared, I was mostly looking for the module hash and compressed size which are vital for Huffman decompression and found a structure at RBEP > rbe and FTPR > pm modules which contains some of the aforementioned info. I call it RBE_PM_Metadata at ME Analyzer and so far I've been able to determine these fields:



The RBE Partition (RBEP) has metadata at its modules like "rbe". Once the RBEP RSA Signature and Hash of module "rbe" are verified, it parses the RBE_PM_Metadata of "rbe" which includes, among others, the metadata of FTPR > "pm". So once FTPR is loaded, it can use the RBE_PM_Metadata of its "pm" module to get the metadata for the rest of the modules which are required for CSE operation. Basically, "rbe" verifies (among a few others) "pm" and "pm" verifies the rest. Since there is no module name field, in order to know which info corresponds to which module in FTPR, NFTP etc, the CSE probably uses the (apparently) hard-coded DEV_IDs. This is what I've understood at this point.

#146 RE: Intel Engine: Firmware Repositories by Lost_N_BIOS 12.10.2019 07:30

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@earthoo7 - sorry I don't have any of the v2 SPS FW files, and no we don't have a repo for those.
Method to cleanup is similar as what you find in ME/TXE guides, but you may need to change some stuff manually too, check both side by side at each setting would be best way to do it manually.
Maybe once plutomaniac gets back he can find newer FW for you.

#147 RE: Intel Engine: Firmware Repositories by earthoo7 15.10.2019 09:28

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@plutomaniac
@Lost_N_BIOS

what stuff need to change bcoz fitc does not accept sps firmware?
pls describe if possible.
and is any universal method to edit bios logo for mostly support bios like 1 2 4 8 16mb bioses
how to find it & edit it manuallly with like uefitool?
thankyou

[[File:study 1.zip]]

#148 RE: Intel Engine: Firmware Repositories by Lost_N_BIOS 15.10.2019 09:54

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@earthoo7 - You need SPS v2 FITc software, then it will work.
ME FW has nothing to do with BIOS Logo, on this I replied to your PM

#149 RE: Intel Engine: Firmware Repositories by bilel 20.11.2019 00:04

Hi how are you please can you help me i have macbook with courrpt bin
when i check get error https://ibb.co/9Gcc8yJ
and i can't find the verion of my file
CSE ME
11.8.50.3425

#150 RE: Intel Management & Trusted Execution Engine: Firmware Repository by gloobox 07.04.2020 06:58

hello!
@plutomaniac
My mobo is ASUS P8B-C-SAS-4L,and I find it's SPS but not ME.The version is 02.02.00.42.
Would you had the repos of SPS?

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