Not something I’ve experienced in my updating, but valid feedback. I’ll share with the engineering team as existing documentation has worked as expected during our testing and during the community beta.
Maybe I’m too autistic.
When I read there will be a reboot, I expect it happens automatically.
This is for people like me something else than: Wait for the 4 Steps (reach 4 green check-marks) to be finished and reboot youre laptop.
thx a lot
This happened to me as well. Since the cardinal rule of BIOS updates is “do not reboot unless you are absolutely, positively sure that it succeeded”, I think it would be good if (in decreasing order of preference):
The updater rebooted the system when it was done;
The updater clearly indicated that it was done (e.g., by showing a big green tick, and/or a “Update complete. Please reboot your system.” message); or
The KB article clarified that the updater might not reboot automatically, and what “done” looks like for this updater.
Yes. Successful update, the same as the OP: progress bar filled (it’s hard to see what “full” actually is, let’s just say that it stopped moving), and all four items in the bottom-right had green checkmarks. Rebooted and got the new BIOS 3.03.
Sorry for the irritation I’ve got. So even my bios upgrade was successful you want me to film the the boot-sequence? Coze the only led that’s on right now is the one for the charger?
I’m just irritated, as I thought my upgrade was successful, why should I film led lights.