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Clevo P775TM1-G BIOS
Thanks feluchi & UzY3L

all RAM sticks are 2666.
I've just bought 2 x "Crucial RAM CT16G4SFRA266 16 GB DDR4 2666 MHz CL19" which I will add according to the manual.
now I have 2x16 GB ballistix sport installed also according manual (unther the bottom case).
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I have successfully upgraded to EC 1.07.16. with (USB boot freeDOS)

But when I try to update the BIOS using C:> FlashMeWinx64.bat

"This program cannot be run in MS-DOS Mode".



Anyone who can comment?
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(11-25-2021, 03:06 AM)DoctorCipote Wrote: Thanks feluchi & UzY3L

all RAM sticks are 2666.
I've just bought 2 x "Crucial RAM CT16G4SFRA266 16 GB DDR4 2666 MHz CL19" which I will add according to the manual.
now I have 2x16 GB ballistix sport installed also according manual (unther the bottom case).
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I have successfully upgraded to EC 1.07.16. with (USB boot freeDOS)

But when I try to update the BIOS using C:> FlashMeWinx64.bat 

"This program cannot be run in MS-DOS Mode".



Anyone who can comment?

Try going back to the old stick of RAM or keeping just 1 stick inside, see if that helps with the SSD issue. How big is your nvme SSD? My stock BIOS had no issues with 2TB nvme SSDs and 2TB SATA SSDs.
Try changing to another slot if available.

Also, your Rufus DOS USB  will not help here. Neither will a Windows-to-go USB since flashing the BIOS modifies the boot sequence and trying to update the BIOS like this will not work (I've tried).

You will need another SSD/HDD on which to install windows, run a command prompt as administrator, navigate to the folder where FlashMeWinx64.bat is located and run it from there.

P.S.: Memory Channel A = RAM 1 & RAM 3 slots
RAM 1 = top-most slot under the keyboard
RAM 3 = top-most slot under the back cover

or if this is easier to follow: under the keyboard are RAM 1 and RAM 2, under the back cover are RAM 3 and RAM 4 slots

For dual-channel to work properly you need 1 stick of RAM in the top-most slot under the keyboard and 1 stick of RAM under the top-most slot under the back cover.

If you look at the motherboard, they are also numbered, this is why I mentioned going with just 1 stick of ram for troubleshooting this issue.

Putting both sticks of RAM under the back cover or putting both sticks under the keyboard will still enable dual-channel but it's against manufacturer specs = do it at your own risk and don't complain about issues if you do
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To recognize your m2 SSD, just go in bios setup menu, go to Security tab, check "Secure Boot" option, if it Disabled, then set it to Enabled. Then go to "Exit" tab, and save settings.
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Thanks guys, but even with "secure boot". the BIOS detects the M2 but system cannot boot from there...

NOW Im focused in update BIOS...

After the update to EC 1.07.16... I've tried to update the BIOS to 1.07.29 and after to 1.05.13 (using command promt as admin from windows).
with the same disappointing results (see below)

ME fw 11.7.4.3314 & considering to update the ME fw to 11.8.50.3434 (latest)...and after try again BIOS to 1.07.29



any comments before doing so?



RESULTS:

Intel ® Flash Programming Tool. Version: 11.8.55.3510
Copyright © 2007 - 2017, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.

Reading HSFSTS register... Flash Descriptor: Valid

--- Flash Devices Found ---
MX25L6473E ID:0xC22017 Size: 8192KB (65536Kb)


Warning: Not all of the file data will be written to flash because
the file is longer than the flash area to be written to!
File: "BIOS.ROM"
File Length: 8388608
Write Length: 2097152

Y

Unable to detect ME disabled.
Y

GbE Region does not exist.

Error 451: The host CPU does not have write access to the target flash area.
To enable write access for this operation you must modify the descriptor settings to give host access to this region.
FPT Operation Failed
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(11-25-2021, 11:33 AM)DoctorCipote Wrote: Thanks guys, but even with "secure boot". the BIOS detects the M2 but system cannot boot from there...

NOW Im focused in update BIOS...

After the update to EC 1.07.16... I've tried to update the BIOS to 1.07.29 and after to 1.05.13 (using command promt as admin from windows).
with the same disappointing results (see below)

ME fw 11.7.4.3314  & considering to update the ME fw to 11.8.50.3434 (latest)...and after try again BIOS to 1.07.29 



any comments before doing so?



RESULTS:

Intel ® Flash Programming Tool. Version:  11.8.55.3510
Copyright © 2007 - 2017, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.

Reading HSFSTS register... Flash Descriptor: Valid

        --- Flash Devices Found ---
        MX25L6473E      ID:0xC22017    Size: 8192KB (65536Kb)


Warning: Not all of the file data will be written to flash because
        the file is longer than the flash area to be written to!
              File: "BIOS.ROM"
              File Length: 8388608
              Write Length: 2097152

Y

Unable to detect ME disabled.
Y

GbE Region does not exist.

Error 451: The host CPU does not have write access to the target flash area. 
To enable write access for this operation you must modify the descriptor settings to give host access to this region.
FPT Operation Failed
You said OS in your post but didn't mention which OS running in what mode: UEFI or Legacy?

Also, the BIOS has a file you need to run first: WMEset.exe . Run this file first then you will be able to update the BIOS

I'd start with telling us what OS running in which mode. If it is Windows 7, updating the BIOS will NOT help.

Only unlocked BIOS has CSM support for booting Win7 UEFI
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