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  1. Thank you so much.

    Thank you so much.
  2. Thank you.

    Thank you.
  3. Thank you very much.

    Thank you very much.
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    Thank you.

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    Thank you.

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  6. So what is that telling you ? I mean, somehow...

    So what is that telling you ?
    I mean, somehow you insist on blaming the motherboard, yet the same issue occurs even with a discrete LAN card. Logic much ?
    I would check the cable, the switch/router...
  7. Wow, super fast updates, thank you Mokichu.

    Wow, super fast updates, thank you Mokichu.
  8. I hate the idea as well, but what can we do ? I...

    I hate the idea as well, but what can we do ? I think all motherboard manufacturers enfore the TPM to enabled with the Windows 11 compatible BIOSes, given how Gigabyte does it as well.
  9. Probably forced upon by Intel and/or Microsoft,...

    Probably forced upon by Intel and/or Microsoft, to earn the Windows 11 Compatible logo and such.
    Sadly, as Windows 11 is the future, we have to get used to this :-(
  10. It's not a bug, it's a feature, looks like....

    It's not a bug, it's a feature, looks like.
    Also, does not matter what Windows version you have, those BIOS settings are ... well, BIOS settings, not influenced by Windows.

    Try setting TPM to...
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    No worries. Sometimes when BIOS is updated,...

    No worries.
    Sometimes when BIOS is updated, sometimes when CPU is changed, some settings are not saved properly, old values are kept.
    Probably why for you it happened just recently with the TPM....
  12. Thank you, Mokichu.

    Thank you, Mokichu.
  13. Thank you.

    Thank you.
  14. Thank you, kind sir.

    Thank you, kind sir.
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    If you keep posting the same regurgitated thing...

    If you keep posting the same regurgitated thing over and over again, especially without reading, does not make it true.
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    Because I'd rather not be forced to have features...

    Because I'd rather not be forced to have features enabled. And yeah, as I said, chosing Discrete TPM option no longer saves, unless perhaps an actual Discrete TPM Module in installed, otherwise the...
  17. Thank you.

    Thank you.
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    You're taking your own lack of knowledge as a...

    You're taking your own lack of knowledge as a personal attack from me, it's weirdly funny.
    As I said several times, on ANY motherboard, the ME can be downgraded if you know how.
    You saying it...
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    Clearly, you have not the faintest idea what the...

    Clearly, you have not the faintest idea what the ME firmware does, how it opperates, and so on.
    Hint : you cannot flash a ME firmware that is not properly build, modified or whatever, do to the...
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    As posted above, if one goes searching on WinRaid...

    As posted above, if one goes searching on WinRaid or here for firmware updates but has no idea what they are doing, even the Realtek drivers posted here can be dangerous and render the sound...
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    No such internal use firmware ever gets...

    No such internal use firmware ever gets realeased, I have no idea what you are on about, really. Or rahter, those parts of the firmware do not get released unless Intel makes a mistake, which ......
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    Of course you can, the fact that you do not know...

    Of course you can, the fact that you do not know how does not mean that's actually the case.
    Also, YOU, or any end user, cannot get any firmware and software from Intel, you get it from other people...
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    Yes, you can undo it, but it's a bit more...

    Yes, you can undo it, but it's a bit more complicated. Plus, all of these firmwares come directly from Intel, so where is the risk ?
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    ME firmware you can always run the latest, ASUS...

    ME firmware you can always run the latest, ASUS is just behind all the time. But then again, so are most motherboard manufacturers, despite the fact they have access to the latest versions directly...
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    Thank you.

    Thank you.
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