Updating me

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It didn't work, so I flas bios with F1 version and later with f2 again.F1 bios has ME version 8.0.0.1351That still doesn't explain how 8.0.10 appeared out of nowhere. The I asked at the MEA thread was version 8.0.0 because I assume you were at F1 bios at the time.I am wondering if flashing the original ME from the latest Gigabyte BIOS (ME_F2via fptw64 etc) will "solve" the problem. Sorry, I don't know these things because I never had a corporate 5MB system to test MEBx, provisioning etc.We can test if MEBx version is the problem though by updating the ME not to 8.1.65 but to the the last version I know that still used 0066. Based on the stuff I have, firmware 8.1.20.1336 was still using 0066 MEBx.If you know how to set these options again and provision it then you might want to reset the MEBx settings and see if that fixes the issue.I am wondering if flashing the original ME from the latest Gigabyte BIOS (ME_F2via fptw64 etc) will "solve" the problem.Try to flash that via FWUpd Lcl64 -f ME8_5M_command and reboot.

I used the you asked me for in the ME Analyzer thread, the one i extracted with FWUpd Lcl64 -save After that, i reflash bios with latest bios from gigabyte (f2) from dos, couldn't do from windows.

Does it complete successfully or do you see Error 26?

If it completes without error 26, attach the file to check the ME region. Even if you tried the latest BIOS from Gigabyte, it has ME 8.1.2.1318 inside.

If that's not helpful I think the problem is the options in MEBx. I don't know what MEBx the intermediate releases were using as I haven't found the relevant packages.

If you know how to set these options again and provision it then you might want to reset the MEBx settings and see if that fixes the issue. Here is MEInfo Now bios post state is post boot MEBx version is 8.0.0.0066. I will test the computer with this configuration to see if it works. Maybe MEBx 0066 is not compatible with the newer ME firmware?

I believe that you updated to 8.1.65 and then encountered this beeping. Download the attached file and use Flash Programming Tool with the command fptw64 -rewrite -me -f ME_F2

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