True enough. I know it’s still a problem, but I’m wondering if Framework knows it is still a problem (and if they are working on fixing it).
Is there a reason the BIOS Password is restricted to 10 characters?
10 byte seems a rather arbitrary value. Perhaps so because it can (the number of characters you typed) fit on the window that pops up to prompt you.
Perhaps a bit like this
enter password: [*********_]
Wow. this look oldschool. I like it.
Is there a way to determine the BIOS version (like 3.07) within the BIOS?
You’ll find it on the front page.
I stole this screenshot from @jeshikat’s first post:
If you strip off the
GFW30 part, you’ll get the version number Framework uses.
I could also check the BIOS version on a terminal on my Fedora 35 with dmidecode.
$ sudo dnf install dmidecode $ sudo dmidecode -s bios-version 03.02
Just to add another answer in this series, you can find the version in windows by getting the “run” dialog with windows + R, then type in “msinfo32” and hit enter. This will bring up system information, which has BIOS version a little ways down. (see attached screenshot)
(edit: forgot to paste said screenshot, oops)
Thank you very much for the 3 version!
To add a fourth (and redundant) solution, you can run
sudo cpu-x -N and look at the
I have two M2 SSD drives that I use with my Framework laptop, one with Manjaro and one with Windows. My Framework laptop is currently on BIOS 3.02 is it safe to upgrade the BIOS from within the Windows install and then plug my Manjaro SSD back in and boot as normal?
i’ve even done it from the efi partition of my (only) linux ssd. you’ll be fine.
Can somebody help me out here? I ran fwupdmgr upgrade and I am now on BIOS 03.10 (output confirmed from dmidecode -s bios-version). Running Fedora 36. It went smoothly however now my USB C ports do not work, (even to charge battery). I don’t see any documentation anywhere regarding 03.10, does anybody have any information on this version?
@warehows123 That is very strange indeed. Consider reporting this on the BIOS 3.10 announcement thread, and definitely reach out to support.
I just double checked, and I can charge and pass data through all 4 ports, using BIOS 3.10 on arch linux. Can you verify your USB-C cable(s) are good?
Ah okay, good to know, maybe it’s a Fedora 36 thing. I am also running 11th Gen. Yes I have verified the USB-C cables are good. Scared to turn it on in the case I need to preserve the battery charge hah - Trying to dig into troubleshooting the USB-C from the command line when I do turn it on.
Well, in case anybody runs into what I did, I powered it on a few hours later and the main USB-C port I use to charge flashed green then orange immediately and everything seems to be working fine now. This was post 3 restarts after the 03.10 BIO was installed, so not entirely sure but happy I don’t have to troubleshoot or downgrade.
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Same issue here. Can anybody assist. This is the second time I am stuck in this loop exactly as before October 12, 2021 - YouTube - It happened when I was on the plane putting my laptop away quick and forgot to shut it down. 100 percent related to a sleep / hibernation issue. However now I’m without a useable laptop
I want to see that the following knowledge base page of 12th gen intel’s BIOS is added to the first comment. To clarify, what is the initial BIOS version on the 12th gen?
Edit: I was told that the initial version for the 12th gen is 3.04 on the thread above. I added it to the first comment on this thread.
I know this is an older response, but @warehows123 I noticed you had some problems with your usb ports and charging. I have a i5-1135G7 I duel boot both Win11 and Fedora36, I did the update to 3.10 and I had problems with everything, the battery would still drain while (fully powered off) and if I plugged in anything into the usb ports it would not detect them (usbA) I found an article on here about resetting the bios defaults, not in the bios but by disconnecting both batteries and plugging in the power cable until the red lights flashed. Once I did that, everything is working perfectly, the battery drains ZERO percent over night and all usb ports work perfectly. Hopefully if anyone is having similar issues can follow that guide and it will help them!
I have a 12th gen i5, the menu apears to say Intel ME, and its “password” locked,EDIT: found it. default password is: admin
source: intel MEBx settings
Using the password rules as a guide, i was able to set a new password. thus, not called AMT, its the Intel MEBx menu under the F10 key upon booting.
Intel® ME password must be changed from the default password prior to gaining access to
certain ME options. Intel® ME passwords must be between 8 and 32 characters long, have
at least one upper case character, one lower case character, one number, and a special
character (for example: !, @, #, $, %, ^, &, *).
(sorry for the first one to be blurry)