AMI ROM Tool - AFUWINGUI Description : AMI Firmware Update utility(APTIO) for Windows GUI. Release Date : 2010/Mar/08 Source Control Location : SS: Alaska;$/Alaska/ROMUtils/AFU/afuwin/64; Reference Document : readme.txt readme_afuwin.txt Known Issues : Release Notes: ============================================================================== 1.07 1.Disable the hot key "Windows + L". 2.Fix a bug:when the rom file checksum has error,afuwingui continue to flash bios. ============================================================================== 1.06 1.Add the feature of validating Rom File Checksum.[EIP24381] 2.Fix a issue that NCB type must be >= 0x80 instead of 80. 3.Support to update non EC-share BIOS when it isn't AMI EC Firmware.[EIP31739] 4.Add support to flash /ME & /MEUF.[EIP31739] 5.Add support to use AMIUCP to only include rom image or only include command. 6.Fix the bug:afuwingui cann't execute after included by AMIUCP under WinPE. 7.Add Flash chip infomation support. ============================================================================== 1.04 1. Fix the issue that AFU stops flashing when it cannot find ROM ID in system ROM. ============================================================================== 1.03 1.ROMID and Password check by AFU before flashing BIOS.[EIP14374][EIP19375] 2.AFU keep BIOS last setting after flashing BIOS.[EIP19257] 3.Do NVRAM flashing after main BIOS being programmed.[EIP19890] 4.AFU support "$ECB" table in E000.[EIP19891] 5.AFU Support Standalong EC firmware Flash.[EIP12739] 6.AFU support add rom file name by AMIUCP @CMD. ============================================================================== 1.02 1.Bug Fix:Afu cann¡¯t transfer enough buffer to BLOCK DESCRIPTION. [EIP 18348] ============================================================================== 1.01 1.EIP 12473:Afuwin-gui is required which interface is similar to afuwin core8,then add support to amiucp.Download Driver Pack
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Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).
If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.
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Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.
Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.
From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.
Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.
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