Bios updating utility
Compatibility ● The HP TPM Configuration Utility is supported on 2015 commercial platforms that have Infineon SLB9670 TPM chip and the latest Commercial BIOS (supported platforms listed in the SCOPE). TPM 2.0 is not supported on HP platforms with Windows 7.● Windows 8.x and Windows 10 can support either TPM 1.2 or TPM 2.0.Updating BIOS versions is best done while the machine is imaging.Fortunately for us, the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) provides a built-in mechanism for updating BIOS versions.Since we are receiving inquiries on Trusted Platform Module (TPM), we are offering this assistance on updating the TPM firmware and converting between TPM 1.2 and 2.0.Simplified schema of a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) by Eusebius (Guillaume Piolle)With the arrival of Windows 10 Anniversary Update (Windows 10 Version 1607) where TPM 2.0 (Trusted Platform Module) is mandatory, you may need to convert firmware (FW) on your discrete TPM chip from an older TPM 1.2 to a newer TPM 2.0. More specifically the fact that I’ve needed to apply them to some of my older HP Desktops and Laptops so we could deploy Windows 10 1511 reliably.Moving forwards this was going to be an issue as we are looking to upgrade our entire business to Windows 10 CBB later in the year.
I want to write this image to a usb and then boot from it, for updating bios. My system is E430, though the question is quite generic.
I definitely did not want to be in a position where we were manually updating BIOS versions.
Here is a solution to update your BIOS versions using a Configuration Manager task sequence.
Because we only support Dell machines in our environment, my folder is simply called Dell.
Create a sub-folder for each model that you support.