Hi,Can you explain your reasoning? (The USB problem was fixed in 1202, and that fix is carried with 1207. I don't know what the original bios contains. But, the date shown in the info screen is earlier than 1202's release. Have I misunderstood something?).
[EDIT: It occurred to me that you meant the 1207 update requires USB to update from. If a person has USB issues, updating from USB could be problematic.]
I recommend that you still disable fTPM to test. thanksI just experienced the first stutter while playing video after updating yesterday. Not sure if this is isolated incident of my use case or if it's wide spread. I thought I would chime in here in case it happens to others who have updated.
You can google "amd usb firmware agesa bug" and find some stories about it. It's called a "connectivity" problem. It was fixed in 126.96.36.199, and I'm unclear when that was released.What kind of USB issues could I have? Now I connected a lot of USB devices such as keyboard, mouse, cam and I don't see any problem. Maybe with USB drive?
Thanks.Regarding the stuck problem of HX90 when fTPM is enabled in Windows 10/11, Minisforum has updated the new bios. If users need to update, please refer to the documentation to update the BIOS to solve this problem.
Update documentation download link:
UM480 BIOSIn the bios info screen I can see PI 1.6!
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Sometimes, my connected hard drive is not recognized; I have to unplug it, and then, plug it back to be again recognized.What kind of USB issues could I have? Now I connected a lot of USB devices such as keyboard, mouse, cam and I don't see any problem. Maybe with USB drive?
what is the model name?OOpppsss you are true. Is it the really AGESA version?
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The AGESA version seems to be 1003b??? What kind of number is it?
It looks to me a reckless approach if some just copies someone's else bios update and post it as their own making! I am not suggesting that this is what happened, just if it was what truly happened. Lets hope its not!
Please, have a look : "Prevent external USB hard drive from entering sleep mode"Sometimes, my connected hard drive is not recognized; I have to unplug it, and then, plug it back to be again recognized.
Same with the original BIOS and with the new one.
I bought one of these USB-powered 140mm fans (3-speed) and set it on top of my HX90 blowing down into the internal fan. I used duct tape around the bottom of the fan to seal the bottom of the fan to the top of the computer case (force all the air into the machine). I hardly ever hear the internal fan change speed. I have two HX90s. When I updated the bios, one of the machines didn't have the fan sitting on top. I heard a huge difference between the two machines. The one with the fan, I don't think the internal fan increased speed at all. If so, just a little. But, the one without the fan ran hard/loud the whole time. (If my internal fan went out, I'd probably use something like this fan. Use 6" diameter flexible duct. Seal the end of the duct down to top of the machine. You can put the fan inside a cardboard box filled with pagacking "peanuts" to silence it. Have the intake duct come in one side, the output go out the other side of the box to the machine. Those fans move a huge amount of air. About 6 times more than the 140mm fan. The CPU temperature would never rise.The only thing I can say is that the fan is a little bit noisy when the CPU goes full, but I think it's normal if you have the PC on your desk.