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BIOS Overview


BIOS Revision ME Firmware Version Chipset PCI Configurations BIOS Binary
5.12.09.53.15 11.8.55.3510 CM238 1 PCIe Lanes TQMx60_70EB_5.12.09.53.15.bin
5.12.09.44.13 11.8.50.3434 CM238 1 PCIe Lanes TQMx60_70EB_5.12.09.44.13_cm238.bin
2×4 PCIe Lanes TQMx60_70EB_5.12.09.44.13_cm238_PCIe_2x4.bin
5.11.51.0024.01 11.6.13.1212 CM238 1 PCIe Lanes TQMx70EB_05.11.51.0024.01.bin

Changelog

5.12.09.53.15

5.12.09.44.13

5.11.51.0024.01


BIOS-Update-USB Stick

Prerequisites

  • FAT formated USB-Stick with at least > 32 MiB storage
  • Latest H2OFFT™ (Firmware Flash Tool)

Creating BIOS-Update-USB Stick

Copy Insyde Firmware Flash Tool to USB-Stick

<USB key>
    ├───H2OFFT-Sx64.efi
 

The BIOS-Update-USB Stick is now ready for updating and flashing BIOS images.
For further Information please see the BIOS Update section.

BIOS Update

Prerequisites

<USB key>
    ├───H2OFFT-Sx64.efi
    ├───TQMx60_70EB_5.12.09.53.15.bin    

Perform BIOS Update

Attention: keyboard layout is US by default in BIOS setup!

  • Insert BIOS-Update-USB Stick stick to a Starterkit USB port
  • First 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)
  • <F10> to save the settings and reboot the system
  • After reboot navigate into the EFI Shell (Boot Manager > Internal EFI Shell)
  • After starting the EFI Shell switch path to the USB stick by typing fs0:. This depends on the amount of connected mass storage devices. With command ls you can check the content of the path.
  • Launch BIOS update
fs0:\> H2OFFT-Sx64.efi <BIOS_Image>.bin –ME –DESC –BIOS –ALL -RA <Enter>

Example

⇒ BIOS will reboot into EFI shell after the update has finished succesfully

  • Leave EFI shell
Shell> exit
  • Select “Boot Manager”
  • Select desired boot device (e.g. Internal HD)
    ⇒ System will reboot from selected boot device



Downloads

BIOS Downloads


BIOS Version 5.12.09.53.15
MD5SUM: 8C5EDE1C0C5540FC0BA33AA03779435C

BIOS Version 5.12.09.44.13
MD5SUM: BEA33271CD633458948F802E9335FAB9

Driver Downloads


Driver Package for TQMx70EB Windows 10 64-bit
MD5SUM: 9EDC43B945E1B99DA7E84B710D3974B5

Driver Package for TQMx70EB Windows 10 32-bit
MD5SUM: 04E7B915E770A2B636E39E1F324B89CA

Boot Logo Replacement

This instruction guides you through the procedure of replacing the Bootlogo using the Insyde UEFI/BIOS tool called H2OLRT (Logo Replacement Tool).

Please note that the logo replacement can only be done in the integrated EFI Shell.
Furthermore, this tool is only available on request, please contact support@t1;-group.com.

Prerequisites

Prepare BIOS-Update-USB Stick and add the following components:

  • Logo Replacement Tool (H2OLRT-Sx64.efi)
  • Appropriate BIOS file for your TQ module (e.g. TQMx60_70EB_5.12.09.53.15.bin)
  • Picture formated as *.jpg (e.g. example_picture.jpg)

Replace Boot Logo via EFI Shell

The H2OLRT (Logo Replacement Tool) generates a BIOS file that contains the desired Boot Logo instead of the TQ Logo.

  • Insert the BIOS-Update-USB Stick to a Starterkit USB port
  • Boot up the system and navigate into the EFI Shell (Boot Manager > Internal EFI Shell)
  • 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.
  • The generic command and the following example shows how to start the Logo Replacement.
H2OLRT-Sx64.efi –replogo:<SrcBIOSImageName> –logopath:<LogoImagePathName> -logoindex:<IndexNum> –logoconvert:<ConvertNum> –out:<OutBIOSImageName>

Example


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.
e.g. TQMx70EB Logoindex: 4
<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


  • Next step is to flash the customized BIOS Binary, please see the BIOS Update section.

Boot from external BIOS

MB-COME6-2

X17
BIOS_DIS1# 1 2 GND


If there is no Jumper present on the BIOS_DIS1# signal the module will load its BIOS from the internal SPI flash.
If there is a Jumper on the BIOS_DIS1# signal (between signal and GND) the module loads its BIOS from the flash in the SPI socket of the carrier board.


Supported external SPI flash devices

Following external SPI flash devices are supported by the corresponding platform/module:

Platform/Module SPI flash device SPI flash vendor
TQMx60EB/
TQMx70EB
W25Q128JVS Winbond
MX25L12845GM2 Macronix
GD25Q127CS Gigadevice




en/x86/tqmx70eb/data.txt · Last modified: 2019/11/28 11:31 by bujupib


Disclaimer

TQ-Systems GmbH provides the Board Support Packages (BSP) free of charge. The software included in the shipment has been configured individually for the starter kits. The software is only intended to evaluate the module. The use of the Board Support Packages (BSP) is only allowed within the scope of functionality described by TQ-Systems GmbH. TQ-Systems GmbH does not accept any liability for all further changes of the Board Support Package and for any damage resulting from its use.


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