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ASROCK FATAL1TY Z170 GAMING K4 INTEL ME DRIVER
And it was way older than v1. After using the tool from within Windows to update the MCDP firmware, the firmware is now at version v1.
Can't tell you if updating the MCDP firmware to v1. Only got one monitor here.
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Comment 49 Jani Nikula Comment 50 bz But the old firmware is possibly causing some issues. I might need to figure out a way to update the firmware version to v1. Have you tried updating the firmware on Linux? Comment 52 bz Seems to be Windows only Comment 53 N.
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If possible, you can thank me by explaining me how the Broadcast RGB setting can be changed directly upon boot. Your workmates Jani Nikula and Chris Wilson do not seem to be willing to explain it to me, see: Regards Comment 54 Manasi So two monitors perfectly. This will validate the hypothesis. Comment 55 bz The reason I know is that I contacted ASRock about this problem before I opened this bug and ASRock confirmed to me that it was a Linux-only problem and that with windows all three monitor connections were working Comment 56 N. Have you updated ASRock Fatal1ty Z170 Gaming K4 Intel ME firmware to v1.
And may I ask why you need to figure out a way to update the firmware? I mean, judging from your email address, you are working at Intel? Intel surely must have a copy and license for Windows lying around somewhere? Then why not just boot into Windows and update the firmware and be done? Or why not just contact ASRock Fatal1ty Z170 Gaming K4 Intel ME and ask them how to update the firmware from Linux?
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You work at Intel Sorry, but this really baffles me. Why can't you test this yourself if you work at Intel?
It can't be too hard for someone at Intel to boot a PC into Windows? I mean, you work at the source, at Intel, there surely must be a way to gather this info when working at Intel? Is there no communication between the Windows driver team and the Linux driver team at Intel?
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Why can't you just contact someone on the Windows driver team at Intel and ask him what they ASRock Fatal1ty Z170 Gaming K4 Intel ME doing to get three monitors working? Maybe he can tell you and then you can do the same in Linux. Regards Comment 57 Jani Nikula It should not be part of the solution. Usually, it should also not be part of the debug process to compare to Windows. ASRock Fatal1ty Z170 Gaming K4 Intel ME drivers are completely different, and developed independently. The Linux driver developers probably have as much idea about what those OEMs do with the CPUs as we have about what you do with the driver and what other software you combine it with. Comment 58 N. We were talking about getting potentially buggy firmware patched with the help of Windows.
If the pre v1. And if upgrading the HDMI firmware ASRock Fatal1ty Z170 Gaming K4 Intel ME Windows because the manufacturer has decided so, then that's also just the way it is unless you figure out how to make updating the firmware work on Linux. To me that sounds like "We have absolutely no idea what the completely independent Windows driver team is doing to make three monitors working and we haven't even attempted to ask them since Maybe they know something about the hardware that you don't. And that's not a shame.
But it would be a shame not to ask them. By the way: Please understand that this part of the discussion is fruitless because you can come up with whatever hypothesis and post them here, and I can't comment on them one way or another, or disclose how we do stuff here. Please just give it a rest. Aug ASRock Fatal1ty Z170 Gaming K4 Intel ME, - Key Features: ASRock Super Alloy - Gaming Armor - Memory / VGA Card / Cooling / Internet / Audio - Supports 6th Generation Intel Core. ASRock Super Alloy; Gaming Armor - Memory / VGA Card / Cooling / Internet / Audio; Supports 7th and 6th Generation Intel Core™ Processors (Socket ) Missing: ME.