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-===== Reset BIOS to default with reset button ===== 
-<WRAP round info 75%> 
-To reset the BIOS to default values press the reset button of the mainboard 3 times within a second. ​ 
-</​WRAP>​ 
- 
-===== Take screenshot from BIOS or UEFI shell ===== 
-==== Take a screenshot from the BIOS ==== 
- 
-  - Connect a USB stick (FAT32 formatted) to the mainboard ​ 
-  - Boot the system into the BIOS menu and move to the desired BIOS screen 
-  - Press **<​F11>​** to take a screenshot of the actual screen 
-  - Select the desired storage device in the pop-up window and press **<​Enter>​** 
-      ​ 
-<WRAP round info 50%>The file will be stored as **YYYYMMDDhhmmss.BMP** </​WRAP>​ 
- 
- 
-==== Take a screenshot from the UEFI shell ====  
- 
-  - Connect a USB stick (FAT32 formatted) to the mainboard ​ 
-  - Boot the System into the UEFI shell 
-  - Press **<​F11>​** to take a screenshot of the actual screen ​ 
-  - Select the desired storage device in the pop-up window and press **<​Enter>​** 
-\\ 
------ 
- 
-===== Console Redirection ===== 
- 
-To display the BIOS over the serial port in addition to the display output on the Starterkit apply the following steps.\\ ​ 
-The '​Console Redirection'​ option for example may be useful for BIOS remote control tasks. ​ 
-\\ 
-\\ 
-== On Starterkit == 
-  - Connect a null modem cable to the desired serial interface (e.g. SER0) 
-  - Boot the system into the BIOS menu 
-  - Enable '​Console Redirection'​ option in the BIOS Menu (Setup Utility > Advanced > Console Redirection > enabled) and the corresponding serial port (e.g. COMA) 
-  - Press **<​F10>​** to save the settings and reboot the system 
- 
-== On Host PC == 
-  - Connect the null modem cable to an available serial port 
-  - Run your favorite terminal emulator on your Host PC (we recommend //TeraTerm Pro//) 
-  - Configure the serial port according to the table below: 
- 
-== Serial port configuration == 
-^ Baudrate ​ ^ Data bits  ^ Parity ​ ^ Stop bits  ^  Flow Control ​ ^ 
-|  115200 ​ |  8  |  none  |  1  |  none  | 
- 
- 
-⇒ Reboot the Starterkit and use the terminal emulator to set up the BIOS 
- 
-\\ 
------ 
-===== Hardware Monitor Fan Scaling ===== 
- 
-With 'Fan Scaling'​ option it is possible to control the system temperature at a certain load of the system by setting up the fan speed at certain trip points. 
-To create a custom 'Fan Scaling'​ plan apply the following steps in the BIOS setup. \\ 
-\\ 
- 
-  - Boot the system into the BIOS menu 
-  - Enable 'Fan Scaling'​ option (Setup Utility > Advanced > SIO Hardware Monitor Nuvoton NCT7802Y > Enable Fan Scaling) and set it up according to your needs 
-  - Press **<​F10>​** to save the settings and reboot the system 
- 
-++++ Example | 
-{{:​en:​x86:​fan_scaling.jpg?​nolink&​400|}} 
-++++ 
- 
----- 
-===== Activate/​Deactivate CPU cores ===== 
- 
-To activate or deactivate CPU cores apply the following settings. 
- 
-  * Boot the system into the BIOS menu 
-  * Set up 'CPU Configuration'​ option in the BIOS Menu accordingly:​ 
-++++ TQMx70EB | 
-**Setup Utility > Advanced > CPU Configuration > Active Processor Cores** 
-++++ 
-++++ TQMx60EB | 
-**Setup Utility > Advanced > CPU Configuration > Active Processor Cores** 
-++++ 
-++++ TQMx50UC | 
-**Setup Utility > Power > Advanced CPU Control > Active Processor Cores** 
-++++ 
-++++ TQMxE39S | 
-**Setup Utility > Power > CPU Configuration > Core 0-4 > Enable/​Disable** 
-++++ 
-++++ TQMxE39C1 | 
-**Setup Utility > Power > CPU Configuration > Core 0-4 > Enable/​Disable** 
-++++ 
-++++ TQMxE39C2 | 
-**Setup Utility > Power > CPU Configuration > Core 0-4 > Enable/​Disable** 
-++++ 
-++++ TQMxE39M | 
-**Setup Utility > Power > CPU Configuration > Core 0-4 > Enable/​Disable** 
-++++ 
-++++ TQMxE38C | 
-**Setup Utility > Power > Advanced CPU Control > Active Processor Cores** 
-++++ 
-++++ TQMxE38M | 
-**Setup Utility > Power > Advanced CPU Control > Active Processor Cores** 
-++++ 
-  * Press **<​F10>​** to save the settings and reboot the system 
- 
------ 
-===== State after G3 ===== 
- 
-With 'State after G3' option you can specify the behaviour of the system after power is supplied. 
- 
-=== Configuring 'State after G3' === 
- 
-  * Boot the system into the BIOS menu 
-  * Set up 'State after G3' option in the BIOS Menu accordingly:​ 
- 
-^ State       ^ Definition ​ ^ 
-|  S0  | System starts up directly after power is supplied | 
-|  S5  | System is held in power-off state until power button is pressed |  
- 
-++++ TQMx70EB | 
-**Setup Utility > Advanced > PCH-IO Configuration > State After G3** 
-++++ 
-++++ TQMx60EB | 
-**Setup Utility > Advanced > PCH-IO Configuration > State After G3** 
-++++ 
-++++ TQMxE39S | 
-**Setup Utility > Advanced > South Cluster Configuration > Miscellaneous Configuration ​ > State After G3** 
-++++ 
-++++ TQMxE39C1 | 
-**Setup Utility > Advanced > South Cluster Configuration > Miscellaneous Configuration ​ > State After G3** 
-++++ 
-++++ TQMxE39C2 | 
-**Setup Utility > Advanced > South Cluster Configuration > Miscellaneous Configuration ​ > State After G3** 
-++++ 
-++++ TQMxE39M | 
-**Setup Utility > Advanced > South Cluster Configuration > Miscellaneous Configuration ​ > State After G3** 
-++++ 
-++++ TQMxE38C | 
-**Setup Utility > Advanced > Miscellaneous Configuration > State After G3** 
-++++ 
-++++ TQMxE38M | 
-**Setup Utility > Advanced > Miscellaneous Configuration > State After G3** 
-++++ 
- 
-  * Press **<​F10>​** to save the settings and reboot the system 
- 
----- 
-====== BIOS Tools ====== 
-**TQ provides tools from Insyde® for the UEFI BIOS which allows the customization of the BIOS.**\\ 
-\\ 
-<WRAP round info 60%> 
-**Please Note:** The following Tools are only available on request.\\ 
-For further Information please contact [[Support@tq-group.com|Support]]. 
-</​WRAP>​ 
-  * H2OFFT™ REV.200 (Firmware Flash Tool) for performing BIOS Update 
-  * H2OUVE™ REV.200 (UEFI Variable Editor) to customize default BIOS Options 
-  * H2OLRT™ REV.100 (Logo Replacement Tool) for a customized boot logo 
-  * H2OSDE™ REV.200 (SMBIOS Data Editor) to facilitate easy modification of any SMBIOS (DMI) field 
-  * H2OEZE™ REV.100 (Easy Binary Editor) to edit binaries in the BIOS, including Option ROMs, driver binaries, logos, and Setup values 
-\\ 
-Further Tools are only available from Insyde®: 
- 
-  * H2ODDT™ (Developer Debug Tool) for source code level Diagnostic and Debugging 
-  * H2OPCM™ (Power Cycle Manager) for assisting in power-cycling the system while watching for initialization failures 
-  * H2ORTE™ (Register and Table Editor) 
-  * H2OELV™ (Event Log Viewer) 
-\\ 
-===== Using BIOS Tools ===== 
-==== H2OFFT (Firmware Flash Tool) ==== 
-The H2OFFT (**F**irmware **F**lash **T**ool) to perform BIOS updates under supported OS environment.\\ 
-\\ 
-=== Prerequisites === 
-  * FAT formatted USB stick with at least 32 MB of free storage space\\ 
-  * The BIOS-Tools ZIP file 
- 
-++++ Update BIOS via EFI-Shell | 
-1. Unzip BIOS-Tools ZIP file and copy the following to the USB stick: 
-  * Insyde Firmware Flash Tool //​H2OFFT-Sx64.efi//​ (BIOS-Tools -> H2OFFT (Firmware Flash Tool) -> UEFI-Shell -> InsydeH2OFFT_x86_EFI_Package_* -> InsydeH2OFFT_x86_EFI_* -> X64 -> H2OFFT-Sx64.efi) 
-  * Appropriate BIOS file for your TQ module (e.g. TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin)\\ 
-<​code>​ 
-Example: 
-<​USB-Stick>​ 
-    |--- H2OFFT-Sx64.efi 
-    |--- TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin 
-</​code>​\\ 
-<WRAP info> 
-Please note for TQMx80UC / TQMx60EB / TQMx70EB you first have to enable 'Me FW Image Re-Flash'​ option in the BIOS Menu:\\ 
-(Setup Utility > Advanced > PCH-FW Configuration > Firmware Update Configuration > Me FW Image Re-Flash > enabled) 
-</​WRAP>​ 
-2. Insert the prepared USB Stick to a Starterkit USB port\\ ​ 
-3. Boot up the system and navigate into the EFI Shell (Boot Manager > Internal EFI Shell)\\ 
-4. After starting the EFI Shell switch path to the USB stick by typing ''​fs0:''​.This depends on the amount of conected mass storage devices; with command ''​ls''​ you can check the content of the path.\\ 
-5. The following command examples shows how to use the H2OFFT Tool. 
-<​code>​ 
--------------------------------- 
-TQMx80UC: 
--------------------------------- 
-Shell> H2OFFT-Sx64.efi <​BIOS_file.bin>​ –ME –DESC –BIOS –ALL -RA -SRC 
-  ​ 
-Example: 
-Shell> H2OFFT-Sx64.efi TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin –ME –DESC –BIOS –ALL -RA -SRC  ​ 
- 
- 
--------------------------------- 
-TQMx60EB / TQMx70EB : 
--------------------------------- 
-Shell> H2OFFT-Sx64.efi <​BIOS_file.bin>​ –ME –DESC –BIOS –ALL -RA 
-  ​ 
-Example: 
-Shell> H2OFFT-Sx64.efi TQMx60_70EB_5.12.09.53.15.bin –ME –DESC –BIOS –ALL -RA 
- 
- 
-------------------------------------------------------------------- 
-TQMxE39M / TQMxE39C1/2 / TQMxE39S / TQMx50UC / TQMxE38M / TQMxE38C : 
--------------------------------------------------------------------  ​ 
-Shell> H2OFFT-Sx64.efi <​BIOS_file.bin>​ –ALL -RA 
- 
-Example: 
-Shell> H2OFFT-Sx64.efi TQMxE39M_5.12.30.21.12.bin –ALL -RA 
-</​code>​ 
-++++ 
-++++ Update BIOS on Windows | 
-1. Unzip BIOS-Tools ZIP file and copy the following to the USB stick: 
-  * Insyde Firmware Flash Tool folder //​InsydeH2OFFT_x86_WIN64_*//​ (BIOS-Tools -> H2OFFT (Firmware Flash Tool) -> Windows -> X64 -> InsydeH2OFFT_x86_WINx64_*) 
-  * Copy appropriate BIOS file for your TQ module to the folder InsydeH2OFFT_x86_WIN64_* (e.g. TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin)\\ 
-<​code>​ 
-Example: 
-<​USB-Stick>​ 
-    |--- InsydeH2OFFT_x86_WINx64_* 
-          |-- TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin 
-</​code>​ 
-2. Insert the prepared USB Stick to a Starterkit USB port\\ ​ 
-3. Boot up the system and run Command Prompt as administrator\\ 
-4. Switch path to the InsydeH2OFFT_x86_WIN64_* folder.\\ 
-5. Following generic commands shows how to start the BIOS Update for TQMx86 modules. 
-<​code>​ 
--------------------------------- 
-TQMx80UC: 
--------------------------------- 
-> H2OFFT-Wx64 <​BIOS_file.bin>​ –ME –DESC –BIOS –ALL -RA -SRC 
-  ​ 
-Example: 
-> H2OFFT-Wx64 TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin –ME –DESC –BIOS –ALL -RA -SRC  ​ 
- 
- 
--------------------------------- 
-TQMx60EB / TQMx70EB : 
--------------------------------- 
-> H2OFFT-Wx64 <​BIOS_file.bin>​ –ME –DESC –BIOS –ALL -RA 
-  ​ 
-Example: 
-> H2OFFT-Wx64 TQMx60_70EB_5.12.09.53.15.bin –ME –DESC –BIOS –ALL -RA 
- 
- 
-------------------------------------------------------------------- 
-TQMxE39M / TQMxE39C1/2 / TQMxE39S / TQMx50UC / TQMxE38M / TQMxE38C : 
--------------------------------------------------------------------  ​ 
-> H2OFFT-Wx64 <​BIOS_file.bin>​ –ALL -RA 
- 
-Example: 
-> H2OFFT-Wx64 TQMxE39M_5.12.30.21.12.bin –ALL -RA 
-</​code>​ 
-++++ 
-++++ Update BIOS on Linux | 
-1. Unzip BIOS-Tools ZIP file and copy the following to the USB stick: 
-  * Insyde Firmware Flash Tool folder //​InsydeH2OFFT_x86_LINUX64_*//​ (BIOS-Tools -> H2OFFT (UEFI Variable Editor) -> Linux -> X64 -> InsydeH2OUVE_x86_LINUX64_*) 
-  * Copy appropriate BIOS file for your TQ module (e.g. TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin)\\ 
-<​code>​ 
-Example: 
-<​USB-Stick>​ 
-    |--- InsydeH2OFFT_x86_LINUX64_* 
-    |--  TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin 
-</​code>​ 
-2. Insert the prepared USB Stick to a Starterkit USB port\\ ​ 
-3. Boot up the system and open terminal\\ 
-4. Switch path to the InsydeH2OFFT_x86_LINUX64_* folder\\ 
-5. Extract tar package ''​tar -xvf InsydeH2OFFT_x86_LINUX64_portable_*.tar.bz2''​\\ 
-6. Install H2OFFT Tool ''​sudo dpkg -i InsydeH2OFFT_x86_LINUX64_*.deb''​\\ 
-   * If errors occur during driver installation,​ build driver manually:\\ 
-<​code>​ 
-$ cd /​var/​local/​insyde/​H2OFFT/​driver/​ 
-$ sudo -E make 
-$ sudo -E make install 
-$ sudo apt-get install 
-</​code>​ 
-\\  
-7. Run following generic commands shows how to start the BIOS Update for TQMx86 modules. 
-<​code>​ 
--------------------------------- 
-TQMx80UC: 
--------------------------------- 
-$ sudo h2offt-lx64 <​BIOS_file.bin>​ –ME –DESC –BIOS –ALL -RA -SRC 
-  ​ 
-Example: 
-$ sudo h2offt-lx64 TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin –ME –DESC –BIOS –ALL -RA -SRC  ​ 
- 
- 
--------------------------------- 
-TQMx60EB / TQMx70EB : 
--------------------------------- 
-$ sudo h2offt-lx64 <​BIOS_file.bin>​ –ME –DESC –BIOS –ALL -RA 
-  ​ 
-Example: 
-$ sudo h2offt-lx64 TQMx60_70EB_5.12.09.53.15.bin –ME –DESC –BIOS –ALL -RA 
- 
- 
-------------------------------------------------------------------- 
-TQMxE39M / TQMxE39C1/2 / TQMxE39S / TQMx50UC / TQMxE38M / TQMxE38C : 
--------------------------------------------------------------------  ​ 
-$ sudo h2offt-lx64 <​BIOS_file.bin>​ –ALL -RA 
- 
-Example: 
-$ sudo h2offt-lx64 TQMxE39M_5.12.30.21.12.bin –ALL -RA 
-</​code>​ 
-++++ 
----- 
-==== H2OUVE (UEFI Variable Editor) ==== 
-The H2OUVE (**U**EFI **V**ariable **E**ditor) allows to edit setup settings and variable data of the BIOS Image.\\ 
-\\ 
-=== Prerequisites === 
-  * FAT formatted USB stick with at least 32 MB of free storage space\\ 
-  * The BIOS-Tools ZIP file 
-++++ Using H2OUVE in the EFI-Shell | 
-1. Unzip BIOS-Tools ZIP file and copy the following to the USB stick: 
-  * Insyde UEFI Variable Editor //​H2OUVE-Sx64.efi//​ (BIOS-Tools -> H2OUVE (UEFI Variable Editor) -> UEFI-Shell -> InsydeH2OUVE_x86_EFI_* -> H2OUVE-Sx64.efi) 
-  * Appropriate BIOS file for your TQ module (e.g. TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin)\\ 
-<​code>​ 
-Example: 
-<​USB-Stick>​ 
-    |--- H2OUVE-Sx64.efi 
-    |--- TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin 
-</​code>​ 
-2. Insert the prepared USB Stick to a Starterkit USB port\\ ​ 
-3. Boot up the system and navigate into the EFI Shell (Boot Manager > Internal EFI Shell)\\ 
-4. After starting the EFI Shell switch path to the USB stick by typing ''​fs0:''​.This depends on the amount of conected mass storage devices; with command ''​ls''​ you can check the content of the path.\\ 
-5. The following command examples shows how to use the H2OUVE Tool. 
-<​code>​ 
-Examples: 
-Print out help message: 
-Shell> H2OUVE-Sx64.efi -h 
- 
-Print out BIOS supported functionalities:​ 
-Shell> H2OUVE-Sx64.efi -fea 
- 
-Remove a variable by name: 
-Shell> H2OUVE-Sx64.efi -re -vn SioTqmx86Setup00 
- 
-Dump variable information to a variable record file: 
-Shell> H2OUVE-Wx64.efi -gv testfile 
- 
-Update variables from specified variable record file: 
-Shell> H2OUVE-Wx64.efi -sv testfile 
-</​code>​ 
-++++ 
-++++ Using H2OUVE on Windows | 
-1. Unzip BIOS-Tools ZIP file and copy the following to the USB stick: 
-  * Insyde UEFI Variable Editor folder //​InsydeH2OUVE_x86_WINx64_*//​ (BIOS-Tools -> H2OUVE (UEFI Variable Editor) -> Windows -> X64 -> InsydeH2OUVE_x86_WINx64_*) 
-  * Copy appropriate BIOS file for your TQ module to the folder InsydeH2OUVE_x86_WINx64_* (e.g. TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin)\\ 
-<​code>​ 
-Example: 
-<​USB-Stick>​ 
-    |--- InsydeH2OUVE_x86_WINx64_* 
-          |-- TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin 
-</​code>​ 
-2. Insert the prepared USB Stick to a Starterkit USB port\\ ​ 
-3. Boot up the system and run Command Prompt as administrator\\ 
-4. Switch path to the InsydeH2OUVE_x86_WINx64_* folder.\\ 
-5. Following command examples shows how to use the H2OUVE Tool. 
-<​code>​ 
-Examples: 
-Print out help message: 
-> H2OUVE-Wx64 -h 
- 
-Print out BIOS supported functionalities:​ 
-> H2OUVE-Wx64 -fea 
- 
-Remove a variable by name: 
-> H2OUVE-Wx64 -re -vn SioTqmx86Setup00 
- 
-Dump variable information to a variable record file: 
-> H2OUVE-Wx64 -gv testfile 
- 
-Update variables from specified variable record file: 
-> H2OUVE-Wx64 -sv testfile 
-</​code>​ 
-++++ 
-++++ Using H2OUVE on Linux | 
-1. Unzip BIOS-Tools ZIP file and copy the following to the USB stick: 
-  * Insyde UEFI Variable Editor folder //​InsydeH2OUVE_x86_LINUX64_*//​ (BIOS-Tools -> H2OUVE (UEFI Variable Editor) -> Linux -> X64 -> InsydeH2OUVE_x86_LINUX64_*) 
-  * Copy appropriate BIOS file for your TQ module (e.g. TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin)\\ 
-<​code>​ 
-Example: 
-<​USB-Stick>​ 
-    |--- InsydeH2OUVE_x86_LINUX64_* 
-    |--  TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin 
-</​code>​ 
-\\  
-2. Insert the prepared USB Stick to a Starterkit USB port\\ ​ 
-3. Boot up the system and open terminal\\ 
-4. Switch path to the InsydeH2OUVE_x86_LINUX64_* folder\\ 
-5.Extract package ''​tar -xvf InsydeH2OUVE_x86_LINUX64_portable_.tar.bz2''​\\ 
-6. Install H2OUVE Tool ''​sudo dpkg -i InsydeH2OUVE_x86_LINUX64_*.deb''​\\ 
-   * If errors occur during driver installation,​ build driver manually:\\ 
-<​code>​ 
-$ cd /​var/​local/​insyde/​H2OUVE/​driver/​ 
-$ sudo -E make 
-$ sudo -E make install 
-$ sudo apt-get install 
-</​code>​ 
-\\  
-7. Run following generic commands shows how to start the BIOS Update for TQMx86 modules. 
-<​code>​ 
-Examples: 
-Print out help message: 
-$ sudo h2ouve-lx64 -h 
- 
-Print out BIOS supported functionalities:​ 
-$ sudo h2ouve-lx64 -fea 
- 
-Remove a variable by name: 
-$ sudo h2ouve-lx64 -re -vn SioTqmx86Setup00 
- 
-Dump variable information to a variable record file: 
-$ sudo h2ouve-lx64 -gv testfile 
- 
-Update variables from specified variable record file: 
-$ sudo h2ouve-lx64 -sv testfile 
-</​code>​ 
-++++ 
- 
----- 
-==== H2OLRT (Logo Replacement Tool) ==== 
-This instructions guide you through the procedure of replacing the Bootlogo in EFI-Shell, Windows and Linux.\\ 
-The H2OLRT (**L**ogo **R**eplacement **T**ool) generates a BIOS file that contains the desired Boot Logo instead of the TQ Logo.\\ 
-\\ 
-=== Prerequisites === 
-  * FAT formatted USB stick with at least 32 MB of free storage space\\ 
-  * The BIOS-Tools ZIP file 
- 
- 
-++++ Replace Boot Logo via EFI Shell | 
-1. Unzip BIOS-Tools ZIP file and copy the following to the USB stick: 
-  * Insyde Boot Logo Replacement Tool //​H2OLRT-Sx64.efi//​ (BIOS-Tools -> H2OLRT (Logo Replacement Tool) -> UEFI-Shell -> InsydeH2OLRT_x86_EFI_* -> H2OLRT-Sx64.efi) 
-  * The new Boot Logo Picture formated as *.jpg (e.g. picture.jpg) 
-  * Appropriate BIOS file for your TQ module (e.g. TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin)\\ 
-<​code>​ 
-Example: 
-<​USB-Stick>​ 
-    |--- H2OLRT-Sx64.efi 
-    |--- TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin 
-    |--- example_picture.jpg 
-</​code>​ 
-2. Insert the prepared USB Stick to a Starterkit USB port\\ ​ 
-3. Boot up the system and navigate into the EFI Shell (Boot Manager > Internal EFI Shell)\\ 
-4. After starting the EFI Shell switch path to the USB stick by typing ''​fs0:''​.This depends on the amount of conected mass storage devices; with command ''​ls''​ you can check the content of the path.\\ 
-5. The generic command and the following example shows how to start the Logo Replacement.\\ 
-<​code>​H2OLRT-Sx64.efi –replogo:<​SrcBIOSImageName>​ –logopath:<​LogoImagePathName>​ -logoindex:<​IndexNum>​ –logoconvert:<​ConvertNum>​ –out:<​OutBIOSImageName></​code>​ 
-\\ 
-<​code>​Example:​ 
-H2OLRT-Sx64.efi –replogo:​TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02.bin –logopath:​example_picture.jpg -logoindex:​4 –logoconvert:​1 –out:​TQMx80UC_05.23.45.15.02_new.bin 
-</​code>​ 
-\\ 
-\\ 
-**H2OLRT-Sx64.efi Variable description** 
-^ **Variable** ​     ^ **Description** ^ 
-| <​SrcBIOSImageName>​ | BIOS file in which the logo should be replaced |  
-| <​LogoImagePathName>​ | Path and name of the replacement picture | 
-| <​IndexNum>​ | Default index, where the picture must be stored. \\ Logoindex TQMx60EB / TQMx70EB / TQMx50UC = **4**\\ Logoindex TQMxE39S / TQMxE39C1/2 / TQMxE39M / TQMx80UC = **1**\\ Logoindex TQMxE38M / TQMxE38C = **0** | 
-| <​ConvertNum>​ | **0** = keep original image'​s format and dimension. \\ **1** [default] = auto convert the image'​s format and dimension. | 
-| <​OutBIOSImageName>​ | path and name of the generated BIOS file |\\ 
-++++ 
-\\ 

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