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I have a Z97 Anniversary with the latest ASRock firmware (ver 2.0 dated 7/20/2016)
http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/Z97%20Anniversary/index.us.asp

Any idea why my system is not vulnerable?  I'm happy.. but puzzled.

Running the Intel detection tool says:

Based on the analysis performed by this tool: This system is not vulnerable."

INTEL-SA-00086 Detection Tool

Application Version: 1.0.0.135
Scan date: 11/29/2017 4:44:13 AM

Host Computer Information

Name: PC
Manufacturer: To Be Filled By O.E.M.
Model: To Be Filled By O.E.M.
Processor Name: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4790K CPU @ 4.00GHz
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro

Intel(R) ME Information

Engine: Intel(R) Management Engine
Version: 9.1.25.1005
SVN: 1

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Originally posted by parsec parsec wrote:

All I can do is report this to ASRock.
That would be great, please do that as soon as possible :)
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Originally posted by hoisdom hoisdom wrote:

When i run the me1 program, i get the error message:

"Error 8719: Firmware update cannot be initiated because Local Firmware update is disabled"

My motherboard is the z170 extreme4.

What should i do now? Please help me



Did you try running the update program a few times? I've seen examples of this error being posted in other forums (Intel's for example) for other mother boards, and I've seen this update program fail on other Z170 boards. When we ran it again it worked. We also have examples of that happening in this thread.

Do you have the update program on your C: OS drive?
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Originally posted by Atma Atma wrote:

Originally posted by parsec parsec wrote:

Originally posted by Atma Atma wrote:

The ME1 Package doesn't work on the ASRock X299 Taichi. I get an SKU mismatch error.

Error 8704: Firmware update operation not initiated due to a SKU mismatch

What processor are you using?
I'm using an Core i7-7820X. According to the Intel Tool I'm affected:




That's strange, the update program, FWUpdLcl64, is supplied by Intel, and is the same program used by other mother board manufactures. I don't know why you would get an SKU mismatch.

It seems you have the INF/Chipset files installed, since the Risk Assessment tool is able to identify your processor. Unless each program uses a different method of processor identification.

All I can do is report this to ASRock.
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When i run the me1 program, i get the error message:

"Error 8719: Firmware update cannot be initiated because Local Firmware update is disabled"

My motherboard is the z170 extreme4.

What should i do now? Please help me



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Originally posted by parsec parsec wrote:

Originally posted by Atma Atma wrote:

The ME1 Package doesn't work on the ASRock X299 Taichi. I get an SKU mismatch error.

Error 8704: Firmware update operation not initiated due to a SKU mismatch

What processor are you using?
I'm using an Core i7-7820X. According to the Intel Tool I'm affected:




Edited by Atma - 26 Nov 2017 at 9:30pm
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It does not work on Z170 Gaming K4 with i7 7700K

Error 8746: Firmware update not initiated due to invalid image length

EDIT: Now it worked.


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Downloaded the ME1 update from Asrock, followed the instructions, but it returned an error:
" Error 8771: Invalid File. " in the error.txt.



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Originally posted by Atma Atma wrote:

The ME1 Package doesn't work on the ASRock X299 Taichi. I get an SKU mismatch error.

Error 8704: Firmware update operation not initiated due to a SKU mismatch


The SKU mismatch message is caused by your processor apparently not matching an affected processor. The SKU code of your processor was apparently not found.

What processor are you using?

The newest Intel High End Desktop (HEDT) processors, also called the X-Series, may not be included in this firmware update. I can't tell from Intel's information page if all of them are. Some definitely are.

Also while the list of affected chipsets includes the Intel 200 series, the X-series chipsets are many times excluded from the mainstream/performance chipsets. Usually Intel would specifically identify the X-series chipsets like the X299 as separate from the other 200 series chipsets. Intel's information is ambiguous about this.

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Originally posted by beard55 beard55 wrote:

I followed the instructions to run ME1 (ran as administrator).  The cmd window went so fast I couldn't see the result, but after rebooting the Intel diagnostic still reported the vulnerability and the bios is still reported as P7.10.  The MB is a ASRock Fatal1ty Z170 Gaming-ITX ac.

So.... Still waiting for a new bios to resolve the issue.


The CMD window disappeared because the program never ran, because you ran it in Admin mode.

It is reasonable to assume using Admin mode would be correct, but in this case it won't work.

I did not use Admin mode when I ran it on my ASRock Z170 board, and it ran fine. It takes a minute or so to complete, so just double click the file to run it.

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