TQMx130UC/PC/HC Documentation

BIOS Version Overview

BIOS Revision BIOS Version CSE Firmware Version BIOS Binary
Rev. 0100 TQMx130UC_05. Download

BIOS Changelog

UEFI Rev.0100 |

  • Invert backlight polarity
  • Fix UART Port Lockup issue
  • Fix long boot time when CMOS clear
  • correct GPIO configuration
  • Hide Dual and Legacy boot type
  • Disable closed LidWovLightingSupport
  • SioNct7802y: Add and integrated Hardware Monitor
  • SioF81214: Add and integrate Fintek UARTs
  • SioTqmx86: Add, integrate and adapt driver to TQMx120UC
  • Set OEM BoardId to BoardIdRplPDdr5Rvp instead of BoardIdRplPDdr5SODimmCrb
  • Do not show Postcodes on screen or serial interface
  • Enable Snap Screen Support
  • Change Default configuration
    • MC Refresh Rate <2x Refresh>
    • Trip Point 3 Temperature <60°C>
    • Trip Point 4 Temperature <70°C>
    • Package C State Limit <C3>
    • Disable PROCHOT# Output <Disabled>
    • Enable all Thermal Functions <Disabled>
    • PCIe Speed <Gen3>
    • USB Hot Key Support <Enabled>
    • Scan Matrix Keyboard Support <Disabled>
    • Processor Thermal Device <Disabled>
    • GNA Device (B0:D8:F0) <Disabled>
    • Intel(R) Dynamic Tuning Technology <Disabled>
    • Flash Support <Disabled> (of MIPI camera Link options)
    • Flash Driver Selection <Disabled> (of MIPI camera Link options)
    • Audio DSP <Disabled>
    • I2C0 Controller <Disabled>
    • I2C1 Controller <Disabled>
    • I2C5 Controller <Disabled>
    • SPI0 Controller <Disabled>
    • UART0 Controller <Disabled>
    • BIOS-TCSS handshake <Disabled>
    • PCIE Tunneling over USB4 <Disabled>
    • Integrated Thunderbolt(TM) Support <Disabled>
    • TCSS xHCI Support <Disabled>
    • Low Power S0 Idle Capability <Disabled> (Fix Windows shutdown issue)
    • ASPM <Disabled>
    • L1 Substates <Disabled>
    • L1 Low <Disabled>
    • Control Logic 1 <Disabled>
    • Control Logic 2 <Disabled>
    • Camera1 <Disabled>
    • Camera2 <Disabled>
    • IPU Device (B0:D5:F0) <Disabled>
    • Enable ClockReq Messaging <Disabled>
    • DMI Gen3 ASPM <Disabled>
    • DMI Link ASPM Control <Disabled>
    • PCI Express Clock Gating <Disabled>
    • Legacy IO Low Latency <Enabled> (improve real-time behavior)
    • CNVi Mode <Auto>
    • ISH Controller <Disabled>
    • ACPI D3Cold Support <Disabled>
    • Console Serial Redirect <Disabled>
  • Adapt GPIOs
    • Fix edp backlight control issue
  • Speed up boot time (Intel delay)
  • Adapt help text for PCIe ports
  • Adapt setup menu (simplify menu)
  • Fix PCIe issue (shared clock issue)
  • Define PCIe clock mapping
  • Define USB OC mapping
  • Adapt GOP configuration
  • Integrate Verb Table for Audio codec CS4207
  • use OemSvcLoadDefaultSetupMenu for 3 x reset processing
  • Set maximal password length to 20 letters
  • Integrate TQ Boot Logo
  • Set PCD PcdCommonvidCommondidSpiEnable to TRUE
  • Configure SerIRQ in eSPI-to-LPC bridge ECE1200
  • Set some PCDs and DEFINEs
  • Set corresponding BoardID in OEM function
  • Add and adapt CSME FW Intel_CSME_ADL-P_16.1.25.2020v2_A0_Corporate
  • Disable all USB2 and SATA ports not used.
  • Disable AMT Support

Windows Version Overview

Supported Windows Version Drivers Status
Microsoft® Windows® 10 (IoT) Enterprise LTSC 2021 or later
TBD Compatible

Linux Version Overview

Supported Linux Distributions Version Status
22.04 and later Compatible

Windows EAPI

The PICMG EAPI makes it easy for developers to access specific hardware interfaces of our TQ modules from their Windows application. The EAPI provides features like GPIO control, I2C, system information and watchdog timer.

x86 Yocto Linux

x86 Yocto is an operating system designed for x86 computers and based on the Yocto project, which allows developers to create custom Linux systems for their devices. We offer a meta-layer for our x86 modules, which provides all necessary customizations for our modules.
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x86 Linux MFD Driver

The TQMx86 MFD driver enables the use of interfaces like GPIO, I2C, Watchdogs and many other module functions. This should already be included in the current Linux distributions (mainline).

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  • Last modified: 2024/01/09 13:00