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cmiguel
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Disabling Intel AMT (active management technology) in the BIOS creates inconsistent POST

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HP EliteBook 820 G3
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Hello,

 

I have disabled the Intel AMT feature in my notebook BIOS. After that the POST process takes a long time, the logo from HP will take a bit to show up on the screen and while it doesn't the num lock and caps lock leds will blink. Sometimes the fan will start spinning at a high speed, too. If I re-enable AMT feature the laptop posts normally.

I have updated to the latest BIOS version, 

HP Notebook System BIOS Update (N75) 01.33 Rev.A Aug 17, 2018

I have also update the Intel ME firmware to the latest version,

11.8.55.3510 Rev.A Aug 17, 2018

 

I would like to disable the Intel remote managment without the inconvenient of my laptop taking a long time to post20181124_164203.jpg

 

Here is a video of that happens: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1E2dunDAHBxLOrIBpT0lRe7Kl8c3QpvXU

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a4t3rburn3r
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Hi. I have absolutely same expirience on elitebook 840 g5. After disabling AMT in BIOS, before start laptop 5 times blinks caps lock and num lock, than restarts normaly.

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@a4t3rburn3r wrote:

Hi. I have absolutely same expirience on elitebook 840 g5. After disabling AMT in BIOS, before start laptop 5 times blinks caps lock and num lock, than restarts normaly.


Could you check what's the BIOS version that your machine is using?

 

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