Windows 10: Windows Client Guidance against speculative execution vulnerabilities

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  1.    4 Weeks Ago #291

    Fabler2 said: View Post
    Weird how HP works with their own mobos but will persevere within their forums first before I decide. Many thanks for your input, much appreciated.
    They are much the same as DELL
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       4 Weeks Ago #292

    I'm not sure what all this means, but here's mine.

    I don't believe Toshiba have released a BIOS / Firmware update yet for my Toshiba Satellite P50-C laptop.

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       4 Weeks Ago #293

    Fabler2 said: View Post
    Thanks Josey but an old thread. Not a bad idea that TPM chip is missing then. BIOS shows enable by default but device manager shows hardware missing.
    The newer Intel chips, come with integrated TPMs.

    In BIOS you can select between PTT(intel integrated) and dPTM(discrete PTM) which is an extra chip you buy and plug into your motherboard.

    Go into your BIOS make sure CSM is turned off,
    turn on secure boot,
    switch from the default dPTM to PTT, and then boot into Windows.
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       4 Weeks Ago #294

    Neil Macready said: View Post
    I don't believe Toshiba have released a BIOS / Firmware update yet for my Toshiba Satellite P50-C laptop...
    Check here:
    INTEL PROCESSOR FIRMWARE VULNERABILITY
    Dear customer, to check the schedule of your BIOS update enter the first 6 digits of your Product Part Number below...
    https://intelcpufw.toshiba-service.com/index.php/en/
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  5.    4 Weeks Ago #295

    Fabler2 said: View Post
    Just had a reply from the forums that my Laptop was not listed as is already protected. Hmmm. See how it goes as replied with two images,

    Attachment 173387

    and

    Attachment 173388

    No UEFI bios update being offered up to now,
    We are definitely in the same boat here. Exactly the same result from Spectre Meltdown CPU checker and waiting for a BIOS firmware update from HP.
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       4 Weeks Ago #296

    Thanks very much Bree. For some strange reason though, it says my 6 digit Product Part Number is 'Invalid' ?

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       4 Weeks Ago #297

    Cliff S said: View Post
    The newer Intel chips, come with integrated TPMs.

    In BIOS you can select between PTT(intel integrated) and dPTM(discrete PTM) which is an extra chip you buy and plug into your motherboard.

    Go into your BIOS make sure CSM is turned off,
    turn on secure boot,
    switch from the default dPTM to PTT, and then boot into Windows.
    Thank you Cliff S. Will have a look but usually HP bios is quite bare for choices.

    In bios legacy mode off, secure boot on. Only other options is TPM device set to Available and TPM state is Enabled. That's it.
    Last edited by Fabler2; 4 Weeks Ago at 05:17. Reason: Extra info
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       4 Weeks Ago #298

    IronZorg89 said: View Post
    We are definitely in the same boat here. Exactly the same result from Spectre Meltdown CPU checker and waiting for a BIOS firmware update from HP.
    IronZorg89, just had confirmation that HP is working on the update and requests to wait until further notice.
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       4 Weeks Ago #299

    Fabler2 said: View Post
    Thank you Cliff S. Will have a look but usually HP bios is quite bare for choices.

    In bios legacy mode off, secure boot on. Only other options is TPM device set to Available and TPM state is Enabled. That's it.
    Just as a guide, here is mine from ROG:
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       4 Weeks Ago #300

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Just as a guide, here is mine from ROG:
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    Now that's what I call a BIOS.

    Strangely TPM properties showed an error, no device connected, but without any changes done by me it now shows this,

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