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06-19-2019 03:02 AM
Product: Z200 Workstation
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
Have this issue where we start up the PC and it shows management platform in manufacturing mode.
And it auto shuts down after a period of time.
Have create a discussion before but was not solved.
Please advise if there's any other steps to take. Thanks.
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06-24-2019 09:03 PM
sorry, but i'm not a substitute for you taking the time to do simple web searches..............
What's ME Firmware? (Google, or any search engine is your friend)
how do i download and install "ME" firmware?..., go to the maker of your system, then go to the drivers section and look at all the posted drivers
"ME" firmware and AMT software are related, so read/download both files from the HP site
HP takes the time to include READ ME and InstallDOC files in each extracted SPxxxx file,......
06-24-2019 11:44 PM
I'm not asking because i'm lazy to find out what is ME Firmware.
I have tried finding ME Firmware in the HP website for support driver for Z200 Workstation.
Search through the firmware section and there's no ME Firmware nor AMT software.
Googled it and it just tells me the ME Firmware is provided by Intel to support Active Management Technology (AMT)
Which doesn't even help at all. If it did i wouldn't have asked.
If ME Firmware is the same as the Intel Management Engine Firmware Update and Utilities, i have already tried updating the firmware to no avail.
06-25-2019 03:50 AM
yes, Intel Management Engine is also called "ME"
you have not really confirmed if the system shuts down every 30 min
it it does power off every 30 min you do have corrupted ME firmware
create a account on win-raid and go to the "ME" section, and post your problem there
07-09-2019 09:24 PM
Seems like it's my workstation issue.
Tried the steps that win-raid have given.
Can't seem to solve it.
Here's the link if you wanna see the steps/chat.
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