BIOS Rev. 1.20.0:

List of changes

  • Bug Fix: System Monitoring data updated
  • Previous BIOS versions could result in early processor throttling @ high load due to insufficient processor fan speed
  • Bug Fix: POST hangs with some PCIe adapters using BIOS Setup setting
  • “Secure Boot Control: Enabled” (at “Security – Secure Boot” submenu).
  • EraseDisk feature updated to support secure deletion of SSDs.
  • Fujitsu TFTP server address for feature “Auto BIOS Update” changed from IP addressing to domain naming.
  • BIOS Setup value for item “Aggressive LPM Support” (at “Advanced – SATA Configuration” submenu) changed to “Enabled” and greyed-out.
  • POST and BIOS Setup copyright message updated to year 2014.


Known problems and restrictions

  • Update to BIOS ≥ R1.17.0 is only possible if BIOS ≥ R1.14.0 is installed first
  • If BIOS ≥ R1.17.0 is installed, BIOS downgrade to BIOS version R1.14.0 or below is NOT possible
  • Depending on installed driver version of “Intel(R) Management Engine Interface” a BlueScreen may occur during BIOS update at Windows. Don’t use driver version v9.5.14.1724!
  • USB3.0 memory stick sporadically not detected via USB legacy support during POST when connected to USB3.0 port.
  • Running VirtualXP crashes during resume from ACPI S3 or ACPI S4.
  • After starting BIOS update the process may stay approximately 70 seconds with 0% / 1% before continuing. Please wait and do not switch off the system during BIOS update!
  • When clearing passwords (Administrator/User Password), passwords are not cleared when afterwards "Optimized Defaults" were loaded.
  • BIOS Setup item "Power Failure Recovery: Disabled" not working as expected with "Low Power Soft Off: Enabled".