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    Where is this firmware coming from? Is this coming from ASUS or buried somewhere deep at Intel's website?

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    Firmware updated no issues all good.

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    i have a question from a friend of mine. What is the difference in these 11.8.65.3572 and the one from the asus z370-E Version 11.8.60.3561 (from the website of the board. I have to be careful since is a machine for production that has to be working perfect. I am asking before staring
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    So on a new build would I install the new firmware first then the chipset driver?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Itzycharles View Post
    i have a question from a friend of mine. What is the difference in these 11.8.65.3572 and the one from the asus z370-E Version 11.8.60.3561 (from the website of the board. I have to be careful since is a machine for production that has to be working perfect. I am asking before staring
    No idea whats the difference and its extremely hard to find it on Intel/ASUS site, however i would keep installing whatever ASUS is testing/customizing/signing and not the generic driver/firmware that comes from the original vendor itself.

    Quote Originally Posted by drop4205 View Post
    So on a new build would I install the new firmware first then the chipset driver?
    I would normally install firmware before any driver as its the baseline for any chip to negotiate with the driver and operate in general.
    Last edited by katlani; 04-08-2019 at 01:32 PM.

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    Probably good practice to do ME firmware then MEI drivers after. However, I have been updating mei drivers for a few months now while leaving my ME firmware lag behind a few versions until last week, and no issues. So in that sense I was doing "driver first" . I had the firmware from whatever the bios installed some months back

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    Quote Originally Posted by katlani View Post
    No idea whats the difference and its extremely hard to find it on Intel/ASUS site, however i would keep installing whatever ASUS is testing/customizing/signing and not the generic driver/firmware that comes from the original vendor itself.



    I would normally install firmware before any driver as its the baseline for any chip to negotiate with the driver and operate in general.
    Thanks. I was wondering also since numbers adds and a diference should be noted. I will continue reading since info is lacking.
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    Hello! I own a Maximus X Hero and recently I update it's Intel Management Firmware to version 11.8.65.3572, using this thread "[FIRMWARE] Intel ME (Z170/Z270/Z370)" and man did I do wrong
    My sistem isn't as stable as it used to be with ASUS's original version that came with bios 1704, namely 11.8.55.3510. I tried to downgrade using the same tool, by repacing the ".bin" file, but I get an error.. something like "the image provided is not supported by this platform". But it was the right image. I also tested to downgrade to the previous one, version 11.8.60.3561, downloaded from ASUS's site, I get the same error(
    I am really desperate as I tried everything.. bios flashback.. disabling secure boot... nothing works..
    Please, help! I read somewhere that this bios has a read-write limitation that should be unlocked first, but I don't know how
    If you have any solution that can help downgrading to version 11.8.55.3510 or earlier, I am very willing to try anything

    Thanks alot guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Realnick06 View Post
    Hello! I own a Maximus X Hero and recently I update it's Intel Management Firmware to version 11.8.65.3572, using this thread "[FIRMWARE] Intel ME (Z170/Z270/Z370)" and man did I do wrong
    My sistem isn't as stable as it used to be with ASUS's original version that came with bios 1704, namely 11.8.55.3510. I tried to downgrade using the same tool, by repacing the ".bin" file, but I get an error.. something like "the image provided is not supported by this platform". But it was the right image. I also tested to downgrade to the previous one, version 11.8.60.3561, downloaded from ASUS's site, I get the same error(
    I am really desperate as I tried everything.. bios flashback.. disabling secure boot... nothing works..
    Please, help! I read somewhere that this bios has a read-write limitation that should be unlocked first, but I don't know how
    If you have any solution that can help downgrading to version 11.8.55.3510 or earlier, I am very willing to try anything

    Thanks alot guys!
    Hello,
    Id recommend turning to the experts over on winraid forum. I recall reading some about reverting to older FW on there, but I am not too educated about it, so hopefully they can be of better help.
    Start here
    https://www.win-raid.com/t596f39-Int...tem-Tools.html

    and then here
    https://www.win-raid.com/f39-Special...nt-Engine.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi,

    I just sent you by PM a package for rollback to 11.8.55.3510.

    Launch "Install.cmd" (Right click > Run as administrator) > ... Processing ... > Automatic restart of your PC at the end.
    Thank you very much! I will try it tonight and report back if it worked. Hope is does

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