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Hi all,

i wonder if someone have experienced this article about update TPM on Zx20 series, by taking tpm 2.0 frimware from other series and apply it on Zx20 series
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the hp zx20 workstation line CAN NOT be updated to TPM 2.0 the tpm chip soldered to the motherboard is not capable of being upgraded to the 2.0 revision

 

however it might be possible to replace the existing chip with a later model tpm chip that does support 2.0,

 

 THE QUESTION IS, ARE YOU WILLING TO SACRIFICE YOUR WORKING MOTHERBOARD IN ORDER TO FIND OUT?

 

if not then consider this question answered

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the hp zx20 workstation line CAN NOT be updated to TPM 2.0 the tpm chip soldered to the motherboard is not capable of being upgraded to the 2.0 revision

 

however it might be possible to replace the existing chip with a later model tpm chip that does support 2.0,

 

 THE QUESTION IS, ARE YOU WILLING TO SACRIFICE YOUR WORKING MOTHERBOARD IN ORDER TO FIND OUT?

 

if not then consider this question answered

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