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Another question: I can't find "Trusted Computing" in my "Advanced" Tab. Does this only appear when a module is installed? (H97M Pro4)
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Originally posted by ASRock_TSD ASRock_TSD wrote:

Dear Rdn6427,

BIOS download link:H97M Pro4 P2.10C
https://mega.nz/#!c8pDQAgZ!YumiMsiCerLSp6NsoxLgheajOEPuF0UD9Ltmcj0LMrA

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Does the 2.10C BIOS enable support for Intel's firmware-based TPM (PTT)? My understanding is that firmware TPM exists in Haswell (4th-gen) CPUs and later. If not, it would be great if a BIOS could be released that supports it. Otherwise it may be a long wait for hardware TMP modules to become available again.
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@magrathsmith: Not sure, but I think firmware TPM is in mobile Haswell, only.

Sadly ... hardware TPM modules were sold out quickly. And next wave of scalpers is incoming. I saw prices quadruple in just two days ...

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Originally posted by ASRock_TSD ASRock_TSD wrote:



Dear fillalph,



Thank you for choosing ASRock.



Regarding your case, H97M Pro4 support TMP1.2, we have released special BIOS to support TPM2.0,

Please download the BIOS from below link and update BIOS by instant flash.

https://mega.nz/#!k1IChbrS!hPs4FcRD441qG0imGsG2r8oYccktyc75yS1XwN5f4D4



Thank you!

Yours truly,

ASRock TSD



Please, I need a BIOS for the asrock z97m pro4 with trusted computing enabled.
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i have the same problem wiht a z97x killer, any chance off having a bios update for it , please?
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Hey Guys,

i only registered here just to tell you guys my story - i think some will find this helpful :-)

I also use a H97M Pro4 Mainboard with an old XEON Processor. So far i did everything what Microsoft set as minimum system requirements for Window 11, for example i moved to GPT and Secure Boot (both went fine and without data loss). The last thing to do was enable TPM 2.0 somehow, so i bought the Asrock TPM2-S V2.0 Module with Vendor Product Number 90-CXG5H1-00UBNZ.

First, i updated my BIOS to 2.30, the most current version for the board to get, but after plugging the module in, i had the same experience like in the first post, Trusted Computing was there, but the module wasn't recognized. So i tried the 2.10C Version which was posted here and that one worked fine :-)

Now, in "WhyNotWin11" App, everything is green, beside the CPU, which isn't officially supported, but why shouldn't it work, i have all the rest, including TPM 2.0.

If the MEGA-Link goes down again, PM me, then i'll send it to you / or i'll upload it again to MEGA or so.

Greetings!
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@morgindale: Thank you. Still waiting for my module to arrive, because two orders were cancelled by the sellers ... these modules are hard to find since Win11 was announced.

Anyway - good to know BIOS 2.30 does not work. But I'm not sure if I want to install an older version. Maybe there will be 2.30C?
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Dear folks,

It's indeed a jungle out there, trying to find a 17-pin TPM 2 module, but take heart - they're starting to reappear. Being too thrifty to recycle a perfectly fine H97M Pro4 board with 16GB equally fine RAM on it, just to support Bill Gates's bachelor lifestyle, I'm also now the proud owner of a zippy i7-4790K and a Noctua cooler that might fix global warming if they could only make them big enough. (And to be fair, where would they plug it in?) Where oh where is a working link to that P2.10C BIOS flash file, which seems to have gone the way of all flash? Please continue to disregard my inadvertent cross-posts under Fatality, and thanks truly, in advance...
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Dear Tech Support,

I'm pretty sure my mobo serial number is actually D06099869D64, not D05099859D54 as initially reported. If the 5's had open loops on the left, or the 6's were as round as the 9's, or I could read bar codes, it would be easier to tell. But it's one or the other.

In other news, while the link sent to fillalph does lead to a sadly vanished BIOS patch file, the link sent to Rdn6427 (as of this writing) still works, and so does the patched BIOS, and so do the TPM 2.0 module and Win 11. Finding the DOS pnputil to banish pesky .inf files and their outdated .sys drivers that were preventing memory protection was a whole nuther fun project. But that worked too, eventually.

Interestingly, while booting under BIOS version 2.30 used to take 5-6 seconds on a slow day, with a slower CPU, now it takes at least a minute, with a perky i7-4970K. The Win 11 boot (or ensuing environment) is no slower than for Win 10. Is this because the patched BIOS is less efficient, or the TPM module is overcoming trust issues, or...? There are no sparks, smoke, or error messages emanating from the renewed machine. It just takes much longer to boot. Any ideas why, and what if anything might be done to help?

And just out of curiosity, is there a 2.40 BIOS that talks to TPM 2 modules in anyone's future? That does its thing in 5 seconds?

Cheers,

Daniel
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