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The MinnowBoard MAX uses a UEFI system level firmware, and provides both the UEFI shell, and a typical BIOS style menu interface.
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The [[Minnowboard:MinnowMax|MinnowBoard MAX]] uses a [[UEFI]] system level firmware, and provides both the UEFI shell, and a typical [[BIOS]] style menu interface.
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= UEFI Version =
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== Publicly released versions ==
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* http://firmware.intel.com/projects/minnowboard-max : Max Entry Point
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* [http://firmware.intel.com/sites/default/files/MinnowBoard.MAX_.0.76.BIN-ReleaseNotes.txt MNW2MAX1.X64.0076.R01.1412081258]
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** New GOP (graphics) driver
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** Better Network booting indicators
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** Better serial console feedback during boot
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* [http://firmware.intel.com/sites/default/files/2014-WW42.4-MinnowBoardMax.73-ReleaseNotes.txt MNW2MAX1.X64.0073.R02.1409160934]
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** Fixed the firmware (NVRAM) stallin issue which caused some board brickings
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** Fixed some HDMI monitors from being able to initialize
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* [http://firmware.intel.com/sites/default/files/2014Aug15-MinnowBoardMax.71-ReleaseNote.txt MNW2CRB1.X64.0071.R30.1408131301]
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** Initial public release
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== How to tell your firmware version ==
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* Get to the UEFI menu
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** Either boot to the UEFI shell and type:<br/>    Shell> exit
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** Hit F2 during boot
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* The 3rd line down will be the firmware version
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** will look something like:<br/>'''MNW2CRB1.X64.0071.R30.1408131301'''
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=== Decoding the Version String ===
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{| border=1 width="80%"
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|-
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! MNW2CRB1
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! X64
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! 0071
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! R30
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! 1408131301
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|-
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| Firmware Type
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MinnowBoard MAX (v2)
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CRB1
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| Architecture<br/>32-bit vs. 64-bit<br/>'''I32''' = 32-bit<br/>'''X64''' = 64-bit
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| Version Number
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| Firmware Type
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  '''R30'''
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  '''R''' = Release
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  '''D''' = Debug
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| Build number
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  '''YYMMDDHHMMSS'''
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  '''YY''' = Year
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  '''MM''' = Month
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  '''DD''' = Day
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  '''HH''' = Hour
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  '''MM''' = Minute
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  '''SS''' = Second
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|}
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= Updating =
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This is a '''VERY''' abbreviated version of the updating process, you should refer to the official documentation (that is unfortunately contained in a zip file) at [http://firmware.intel.com/sites/default/files/MinnowMax_documentation.zip http://firmware.intel.com/sites/default/files/MinnowMax_documentation.zip]
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# take a fat32 usb stick, unzip and copy the two files in the zip to that.
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# boot up the MinnowBoard MAX without any other storage installed. This should get you to the UEFI shell.  If that doesn't work hit F2 while booting and use the boot manager to select the efi shell
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# at the shell type:
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    fs0:
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    FirmwareUpdate.efi MNW2_IFWI_X64_D_2014_07_18_1654_SecEnabled.bin
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Tab completion works, as well as you want to check what the you are on the right drive.
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This will run for a while, and will shut the board down.  Just power it back on (pressing SW1 should power it back up) and you are done, the board is usable normally.
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= 32-bit vs. 64-bit UEFI =
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UEFI, our primary boot firmware, is very different than a traditional BIOS or even the firmware in other non-x86 embedded systems.  It is more commonly found in servers, desktops and laptops, which has advantages and disadvatnages
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{| width="40%"
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! Advantages
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! Disadvantages
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|-
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| style="vertical-align:top;" |
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* More out of the box OS support
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** Linux
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** Android
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** Windows
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** BSD
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| style="vertical-align:top;" |
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* More complex vs. other embedded platforms
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* Additional support requirements
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** BSD (not all support UEFI booting)
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* 32-bit vs. 64-bit firmware
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|}
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One of the things in the specification defines is that a 64-bit OS will have a 64-bit firmware, a 32-bit OS will have a 32-bit firmware.  This is a '''HUGE''' change from the traditional BIOS perspective, which could and did handle both simultaneously.  This isn't a huge difference from most of the embedded world, as there hasn't been a lot of hardware that supports both 32-bit and 64-bit.
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But to be very clear here:
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== Support matrix of firmware and OS: ==
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{| border=1
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!
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! 32-bit Firmware
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! 64-bit Firmware
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|-
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| '''32-bit OS'''
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| style="background-color: #7FFF00;" | Supported
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| style="background-color: red;" | '''UNSupported'''
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|-
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| '''64-bit OS'''
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| style="background-color: red;" | '''UNSupported'''
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| style="background-color: #7FFF00;" | Supported
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|}
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Running in an unsupported configuration may not even boot, but at the least will lead to very odd system interactions.  Having a single firmware with UEFI that supports both is not possible.
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== UEFI Further reading ==
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* [http://www.uefi.org/ UEFI Website]
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unified_Extensible_Firmware_Interface Wikipedia: UEFI]
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* [http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-8/what-uefi Microsoft's What is UEFI]
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* [http://www.howtogeek.com/56958/htg-explains-how-uefi-will-replace-the-bios/ How To Geek explains UEFI]
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== Switching from 64-bit to 32-bit ==
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# Verify you are on a 64-bit Firmware
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## Boot the MinnowBoard MAX, hitting F2 or at the UEFI shell typing<br/>Shell> exit
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## Look at the 3rd line on the screen, it should say something similar to:<br/>MNW2MAX1.'''X64'''.0073.R02.1409031643
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## Verify that the second grouping says '''X64'''.  If it says '''I32''' you have a 32-bit firmware, please skip down to the next section if you want to convert back to 64-bit
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# Snag a copy of the firmware you want to use from:
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## [https://uefidk.com/content/minnowboard-max https://uefidk.com/content/minnowboard-max]
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## Verify that the firmware you downloaded has '''X32''' in the firmware name
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# Unzip the firmware to somewhere convenient
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# Using the '''FirmwareUpdateX64.efi''' flash the 32-bit firmware
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## the '''X64''' in this case refers to the efi program you are running *NOT* to the firmware itself
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== Switching from 32-bit to 64-bit ==
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# Verify you are on a 32-bit Firmware
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## Boot the MinnowBoard MAX, hitting F2 or at the UEFI shell typing<br/>Shell> exit
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## Look at the 3rd line on the screen, it should say something similar to:<br/>MNW2MAX1.'''I32'''.0073.R02.1409031643
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## Verify that the second grouping says '''I32'''.  If it says '''X64''' you have a 64-bit firmware, please skip down to the previous section if you want to convert back to 32-bit
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# Snag a copy of the firmware you want to use from:
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## [https://uefidk.com/content/minnowboard-max https://uefidk.com/content/minnowboard-max]
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## Verify that the firmware you downloaded has '''X64''' in the firmware name
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# Unzip the firmware to somewhere convenient
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# Using the '''FirmwareUpdateIA32.efi''' flash the 64-bit firmware
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## the '''IA32''' in this case refers to the efi program you are running *NOT* to the firmware itself
  
 
= UEFI Shell =
 
= UEFI Shell =
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* [https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/uefi-shell https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/uefi-shell]
 
* [https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/uefi-shell https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/uefi-shell]
 
* [http://www.sysadminshare.com/2012/01/efi-shell-commands.html http://www.sysadminshare.com/2012/01/efi-shell-commands.html]
 
* [http://www.sysadminshare.com/2012/01/efi-shell-commands.html http://www.sysadminshare.com/2012/01/efi-shell-commands.html]
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== No bootable devices found ==
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If you boot to the UEFI shell and you get the following (or similar)
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    EFI Shell version 2.40 [1.0]
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    Current running mode 1.1.2
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    map: Cannot find required map name.
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    Press ESC in 1 seconds to skip startup.nsh, any other key to continue.
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    Shell>
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Then your boot, for some reasons, failed to detect any bootable media attached.  Double check your connections and then run:
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    Shell> connect -r
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    Shell> map -r
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If that doesn't work, reboot.
  
 
= BIOS menu =
 
= BIOS menu =
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=== Reset System ===
 
=== Reset System ===
  
 
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[[Category:MinnowBoard]]
== KNOWN ISSUES ==
 
 
 
There are some reports of corruption of the UEFI firmware
 
 
 
Symptoms are no display, 2 leds on, and this [[serial]] output trace :
 
 
 
<pre>
 
>>>>SecStartup
 
>>>>MemoryInit Done
 
>>>>BdsEntry
 
</pre>
 
 
 
 
 
Hints :
 
 
 
* http://lists.elinux.org/pipermail/elinux-minnowboard/Week-of-Mon-20140721/000203.html
 
* http://lists.elinux.org/pipermail/elinux-minnowboard/Week-of-Mon-20140804/000236.html
 
* http://irc.minnowboard.org/%23minnowboard.2014-08-07.log.html
 
* http://lists.elinux.org/pipermail/elinux-minnowboard/Week-of-Mon-20140811/000309.html# Important - Firmware Update
 
 
 
 
 
Resources :
 
 
 
* http://www.elinux.org/Minnowboard:SPI_Boot_flash : said to apply to Max
 
* http://www.elinux.org/Minnowboard:Hardware_Revisions
 
* [https://wiki.yoctoproject.org/wiki/Minnow_Bug_Triage MinnowBoard Bugs]
 

Latest revision as of 17:04, 10 September 2015

The MinnowBoard MAX uses a UEFI system level firmware, and provides both the UEFI shell, and a typical BIOS style menu interface.

Contents

UEFI Version

Publicly released versions

  • MNW2MAX1.X64.0073.R02.1409160934
    • Fixed the firmware (NVRAM) stallin issue which caused some board brickings
    • Fixed some HDMI monitors from being able to initialize

How to tell your firmware version

  • Get to the UEFI menu
    • Either boot to the UEFI shell and type:
      Shell> exit
    • Hit F2 during boot
  • The 3rd line down will be the firmware version
    • will look something like:
      MNW2CRB1.X64.0071.R30.1408131301

Decoding the Version String

MNW2CRB1 X64 0071 R30 1408131301
Firmware Type

MinnowBoard MAX (v2) CRB1

Architecture
32-bit vs. 64-bit
I32 = 32-bit
X64 = 64-bit
Version Number Firmware Type
 R30
 R = Release
 D = Debug
Build number
 YYMMDDHHMMSS
 YY = Year
 MM = Month
 DD = Day
 HH = Hour
 MM = Minute
 SS = Second

Updating

This is a VERY abbreviated version of the updating process, you should refer to the official documentation (that is unfortunately contained in a zip file) at http://firmware.intel.com/sites/default/files/MinnowMax_documentation.zip

  1. take a fat32 usb stick, unzip and copy the two files in the zip to that.
  2. boot up the MinnowBoard MAX without any other storage installed. This should get you to the UEFI shell. If that doesn't work hit F2 while booting and use the boot manager to select the efi shell
  3. at the shell type:
   fs0:
   FirmwareUpdate.efi MNW2_IFWI_X64_D_2014_07_18_1654_SecEnabled.bin

Tab completion works, as well as you want to check what the you are on the right drive.

This will run for a while, and will shut the board down. Just power it back on (pressing SW1 should power it back up) and you are done, the board is usable normally.

32-bit vs. 64-bit UEFI

UEFI, our primary boot firmware, is very different than a traditional BIOS or even the firmware in other non-x86 embedded systems. It is more commonly found in servers, desktops and laptops, which has advantages and disadvatnages

Advantages Disadvantages
  • More out of the box OS support
    • Linux
    • Android
    • Windows
    • BSD
  • More complex vs. other embedded platforms
  • Additional support requirements
    • BSD (not all support UEFI booting)
  • 32-bit vs. 64-bit firmware

One of the things in the specification defines is that a 64-bit OS will have a 64-bit firmware, a 32-bit OS will have a 32-bit firmware. This is a HUGE change from the traditional BIOS perspective, which could and did handle both simultaneously. This isn't a huge difference from most of the embedded world, as there hasn't been a lot of hardware that supports both 32-bit and 64-bit.

But to be very clear here:

Support matrix of firmware and OS:

32-bit Firmware 64-bit Firmware
32-bit OS Supported UNSupported
64-bit OS UNSupported Supported

Running in an unsupported configuration may not even boot, but at the least will lead to very odd system interactions. Having a single firmware with UEFI that supports both is not possible.

UEFI Further reading

Switching from 64-bit to 32-bit

  1. Verify you are on a 64-bit Firmware
    1. Boot the MinnowBoard MAX, hitting F2 or at the UEFI shell typing
      Shell> exit
    2. Look at the 3rd line on the screen, it should say something similar to:
      MNW2MAX1.X64.0073.R02.1409031643
    3. Verify that the second grouping says X64. If it says I32 you have a 32-bit firmware, please skip down to the next section if you want to convert back to 64-bit
  2. Snag a copy of the firmware you want to use from:
    1. https://uefidk.com/content/minnowboard-max
    2. Verify that the firmware you downloaded has X32 in the firmware name
  3. Unzip the firmware to somewhere convenient
  4. Using the FirmwareUpdateX64.efi flash the 32-bit firmware
    1. the X64 in this case refers to the efi program you are running *NOT* to the firmware itself

Switching from 32-bit to 64-bit

  1. Verify you are on a 32-bit Firmware
    1. Boot the MinnowBoard MAX, hitting F2 or at the UEFI shell typing
      Shell> exit
    2. Look at the 3rd line on the screen, it should say something similar to:
      MNW2MAX1.I32.0073.R02.1409031643
    3. Verify that the second grouping says I32. If it says X64 you have a 64-bit firmware, please skip down to the previous section if you want to convert back to 32-bit
  2. Snag a copy of the firmware you want to use from:
    1. https://uefidk.com/content/minnowboard-max
    2. Verify that the firmware you downloaded has X64 in the firmware name
  3. Unzip the firmware to somewhere convenient
  4. Using the FirmwareUpdateIA32.efi flash the 64-bit firmware
    1. the IA32 in this case refers to the efi program you are running *NOT* to the firmware itself

UEFI Shell

UEFI Shell prompt

The simplest way to get to the UEFI shell is to:

  1. Make sure that the MinnowBoard MAX is powered down
  2. Disconnect all bootable media
    1. USB drives
    2. SATA drives
    3. SD cards
  3. Power on the MinnowBoard MAX

At this point you should get a screen that looks very similar to the one at right. This is the UEFI Shell, there are a number of commands that can be done here, and the system can be explored in great depth from this interface.

Places to find more information about UEFI shell and it's commands:

No bootable devices found

If you boot to the UEFI shell and you get the following (or similar)


   EFI Shell version 2.40 [1.0]
   Current running mode 1.1.2
   map: Cannot find required map name.
   
   Press ESC in 1 seconds to skip startup.nsh, any other key to continue. 
   Shell>

Then your boot, for some reasons, failed to detect any bootable media attached. Double check your connections and then run:

   Shell> connect -r
   Shell> map -r

If that doesn't work, reboot.

BIOS menu

Exit UEFI Shell prompt

The BIOS menu gives a more traditional way to configure the basic firmware parameters on the system, set the GPIO pinmux states and perform the typical tasks one would expect to do in these menus.

To get to it:

  1. Key-press way
    1. Press F2 during bootup to jump directly to it. Prior to powering on the board, start holding down F2, and continue holding it down until you see the BIOS menu. This will not work over the serial console, it's necessary to actually plug a keyboard into the Minnowboard Max.
  2. UEFI Shell way
    1. Follow the steps to get to the UEFI Shell (above)
    2. Type the following:
   exit

You should now get a screen that looks like the following: Main BIOS menu screen

This is the main menu on the BIOS menu

BIOS Menu Tree

Continue

This just continues the boot process

Select Language

This adjusts the language that the bios is displayed in

Boot Manager

This adjusts the basic boot options, including what to boot to.

EFI Internal Shell

This will boot to the UEFI shell

Device Manager

This allows for the configuration of specific devices on the system

System Setup

Configure System Settings

Main

Contains:

  • Bios Information
    • IFWI Version
    • BIOS Version
    • BIOS Vendor
    • Core Version
    • Build Time
  • Processor Information
    • Type
    • SKU Type
    • Speed
    • Family/Model/Step
    • Microcode Revision
    • Number of Cores
    • 64-bit capability
  • System Date
  • System Time
Platform Information
  • Platform firmware Information
    • VLV SOC
    • MRC Version
    • PUNIT FW Patch
    • PMC FW Patch
    • KSC FW
    • TXE FW Version
    • GOP
    • CPU Flavor
    • Board ID
    • Fab ID
  • Memory Information
    • Total Memory
    • Memory Speed
    • L1 Data Cache
    • L1 Instruction Cache
    • L2 Cache RAM

CPU Configuration

Hyperthreading Supprt: (Chip doesn't support it)

CPU Power Management

<no options>

Uncore Configuration

  • GOP Configuration
    • GOP Driver
      Enable / Disable
      Enabled: will unload VBIOS; Disabled it will load VBIOS
    • GOP Brightness Level
      20/40/60/80/100/120/140/160/180/200/220/240/255
      Sets the GOP brightness
  • IGD Configuration (Integrated Graphics Device)
    • Integrated Graphics Device
      Enable / Disable
      Enable or disabled the integrated graphics. NOTE: If you disable this, the only way to turn it back on is via the serial port
    • Primary Display
      IGD / Auto / PCIe
    • RC6 (Render Standby)
      Enable / Disable
    • PAVC
      LITE Mode / Disable / SERPENT Mode
    • DOP CG
      Enable / Disable
    • GTT Size
      2MB / 1MB
    • Aperture Size
      256MB / 128MB / 512MB
    • DVMT Pre-Allocated
      64M / 96M / 128M / 160M / 192M / 224M / 256M / 288M / 320M / 352M / 384M / 416M / 448M / 480M / 512M
    • DVMT Total Gfx Mem
      256M / 128M / MAX
    • IGD Turbo
      Auto / Enable / Disable
  • IGD - LCD Control
    • Force Lid Status
      Auto / OFF / ON
    • BIA
      Auto / Disabled / Level 1 / Level 2 / Level 3 / Level 4 / Level 5
    • ALS Support
      Disable / Enable
    • LCD Panel Type
      Auto / 640x480 / 800x600 / 1024x768 / 1280x1024 / 1366x768 / 1680x1050 / 1920x1200 / 1280x800
    • IGD Boot Type
      Auto / VGA Port / HDMI / DP Port B / DB Port C / eDP / DSI PORT A / DSI PORT C
    • Panel Scaling
      Auto / Centering / Stretching
    • GMCH BLC Control
      PWM-Inverted / GMBus-Inverted / PWM-Normal / GMBus-Normal
  • ISP PCI Device Configuration
    • ISP Enable / Disable
      Enable / Disable
    • ISP PCI Device Selection
      ISP PCI Device as B0D2F0 / Disable / ISP PCI Device as B0D3F0

South Cluster Configuration

The South Cluster can be thought of like an old south bridge chipset.

PCI Express Configuration
  • PCIe 0 Speed
    Auto / Gen1 / Gen2
    UNUSED
  • PCIe 1 Speed
    Auto / Gen1 / Gen2
    UNUSED
  • PCIe 2 Speed
    Auto / Gen1 / Gen2
    Gigabit Ethernet
  • PCIe 3 Speed
    Auto / Gen1 / Gen2
    High Speed Connector
  • PCI Express Root Port 1
    Enable / Disable
  • PCI Express Root Port 2
    Disable / Enable
  • PCI Express Root Port 3
    Enable / Disable
  • PCI Express Root Port 4
    Disable / Enable
USB Configuration
  • USB Controller Auto Mode
    Enable / Disable
    • XHCI Controller
      Enable / Disable
      NOTE: This series of options is only available if Disable is selected for the previous setting
      • HSIC #0
        Disable / Enable
    • XHCI Mode
      Enable / Disable
    • USB2 Link Power Management
      Enable / Disable
  • USB OTG Support
    Disable / PCI Mode
    NOTE: The Baytrail-I (which the MinnowBoard MAX uses) does not have an OTG capable port
  • USB VBUS
    ON / OFF / Auto
  • EHCI Controller
    Disable / Enable
    This is normally greyed out
  • USB RMH Mode
    Enable / Disable
    This is normally greyed out
  • USB EHCI debug
    Disable / Enable
    This is normally greyed out
  • USB Per-Port Control
    Enable / Disable
    This is dependent on USB Controller Auto Mode being disabled
  • USB Port #0
    Enable / Disable
    This is dependent on USB Controller Auto Mode being disabled
  • USB Port #1
    Enable / Disable
    This is dependent on USB Controller Auto Mode being disabled
  • USB Port #2
    Enable / Disable
    This is dependent on USB Controller Auto Mode being disabled
  • USB Port #3
    Enable / Disable
    This is dependent on USB Controller Auto Mode being disabled
Audio Configuration
  • LPE Audio Support
    Disable / LPE Audio PCI mode / LPE Audio ACPI mode
    NOTE: Audio is available via I2S, but requires a codec chip to be useful. This is intended to be resolved in a later lure.
  • Audio Controller
    Enable / Disable
    • Azalia VCi Enable
      Enable / Disable
    • Azalia Docking Support Enable
      Disable / Enable
    • Azalia PME Enable
      Enable / Disable
    • Azalia HDMI Codec
      Enable / Disable
SATA Drives
  • Chipset-SATA Controller Configuration
    • Chipset SATA
      Enable / Disable
  • SATA Test Mode
    Disable / Enable
    • Chipset SATA Mode
      AHCI / IDE
      • SATA Port 0
        [Not Installed]
        NOTE: This is the port pinned out, when a drive is present it's name will be populated
      • SATA Port 1
        [Not Installed]
        NOTE: Not used, not pulled out from the SOC
      • SATA Port 0 Hot Plug
        Enable / Disable
  • Capability
    • SATA Port 1 Hot Plug
      Enable / Disable
      Note: This port is not used on the MinnowBoard MAX
  • Capability
LPSS & SCC Configuration

This is used to configure the various Low-speed pin connections on the MinnowBoard MAX

  • LPSS & SCC Devices Mode
    PCI Mode / ACPI Mode


  • SCC Configuration
  • SCC eMMC Boot Controller
    Auto Detect / Disable / eMMC 4.41 / eMMC 4.5
  • eMMC Secure Erase
    Disable / Enable


  • SCC eMMC45 Support
    Enable / Disable
    Greyed out
  • DDR50 Capability Support
    Enable / Disable
    Greyed out
  • HS200 Capability Support
    Enable / Disable
    Greyed out
  • Re Tune Timer Value
    8
    Greyed out


  • SCC SDIO Support
    Enable / Disable
  • SCC SD Card Support
    Enable / Disable
  • SDR25 Capability Support for SDCard
    Disable / Enable
    Greyed out
  • DDR50 Capability Support for SDCard
    Enable / Disable
    Greyed out


  • LPSS 1 Configuration
  • LPSS DMA #1 Support
    Enable / Disable
  • LPSS HSUART #1 Support
    Disable / Enable
    Note: Controls the state of Low-speed pins #6, #8, #10, #12
  • LPSS HSUART #1 FlowCtrl
    Enable / Disable
    Note: This is only available when HSUART #1 is on
  • LPSS HSUART #2 Support
    Disable / Enable
    Note: Controls the state of Low-speed pins #17, #19. HSUART #2 does not have hardware FlowControl due to lack of CTS/RTS lines being pulled out
  • LPSS HSUART #2 FlowCtrl
    Enable / Disable
    Note: This is only available when HSUART #2 is on
    Note: Hardware Flow Control is not available, since CTS / RTS are not pulled out and available
  • LPSS PWM #1 Support
    Disable / Enable
    Note: Controls the state of Low-speed pin #22
  • LPSS PWM #2 Support
    Disable / Enable
    Note: Controls the state of Low-speed pin #24
  • LPSS SPI Support
    Disable / Enable
    Note: Controls the state of Low-speed pins #5, #7, #9, #11


  • LPSS 2 Configuration
  • LPSS DMA #2 Support
    Enable / Disable
  • LPSS I2C #5 Support
    Enable / Disable
    Note: This is what's used on the Low-speed pins #13, #15
  • LPSS I2C #6 Support
    Enable / Disable
    Note: This is what's used for the High Speed I2C pins


  • I2C Devices Configuration
  • I2C Touch Device Address
    'Auto / 0x4B / 0x4A


  • SAR Sensor
    Enable / Disable
ISCT Configuration

Intel Smart Connect Technlogy, this probably doesn't work with the MinnowBoard MAX, your mileage may vary and this is currently untested.

  • ISCT Configuration
  • ISCT Configuration
    Disable / Enable
    • Options Available upon Enable
      • ISCT Notification Control
        Enable / Disable
      • ISCT WLAN Power Control
        Enable / Disable
      • ISCT WWAN Power Control
        Disable / Enable
      • ISCT Sleep Duration Value Format
        Seconds
      • ISCT RF Kill Support
        Physical Switch / Soft Switch
        Note: The MinnowBoard MAX does not explicitly provide either of these switches, Your Mileage May Vary


  • WLAN Card Presence
  • NGFF Card Inserted
    NO / YES
    Note: The MinnowBoard MAX does not specifically support NGFF
  • UHPAM Card Inserted
    NO / YES
Miscellaneous Configuration
  • Miscellaneous Configuration
  • High Precision Timer
    Enable / Disable
  • State After G3
    S0 State / S5 State
  • Clock Spread Spectrum
    Disable / Enable
  • UART Interface Selection
    Internal UART / SuperIO UART
  • PCU UART Com 1
    Enable / Disable
  • BIOS Read/Write Protection
    Disable / Enable
  • PCI MMIO Size
    2GB / 0.75GB / 1GB / 1.25GB / 1.5GB
  • PCI Express Dynamic Clock Gating
    Disable / Enable

Boot

  • Fast Boot
    Disable / Enable
  • UEFI Security Boot
    Disable / Enable
  • Silent Boot
    Disable / Enable
  • BootTime Log
    Enable / Disable
    • Latest BootTime
      No Record
      Note: Greyed out

Security Configuration

  • TXE Configuration
  • TXE FW Version
    Greyed Out
  • TXE FW Capabilities
    Greyed Out
  • TXE FW Features
    Greyed Out
  • TXE FW OEM Tag
    Greyed Out
  • TXE Firmware Mode
    Greyed Out
  • TXE Temporary Disable
    Greyed Out
  • TXE File System Integrity Value


  • TPM Configuration
  • PTT
    Disable
    Greyed Out
  • Discrete TPM
    Enable / Disable


  • Password Setting
  • Setup Administrator Password
    Text box, no default value
  • User Password
    Text box, no default value


  • Intel® Anti-Theft Technology Configuration
  • Intel® ATAM
    Disable / Enable
  • Intel® AT Platform PBA
    Enable / Disable

Thermal

  • Processor Participant
  • Critical Trip Piint
    90 C / 15 C / 23 C / 31 C / 39 C / 47 C / 55 C / 63 C / 71 C / 79 C / 85 C / 87 C
  • Passive Trip Point
    85 C / 15 C / 23 C / 31 C / 39 C / 47 C / 55 C / 63 C / 71 C / 79 C / 87 C / 90 C


  • Active Trip Points
    Disable / Enable


  • Dynamic Platform & Thermal Framework
  • DPTF
    Disable / Enable
    • Enabling DPTF allows for the following options:
      • CPU Sensor PArticipants
      • Critical
        70 C / 25 C / 35 C / 40 C / 45 C / 50 C / 55 C / 60 C / 65 C / 75 C / 80 C / 85 C / 90 C / 95 C / 100 C / 105 C / 110 C / 115 C / 120 C / 125 C
      • Passive
        60 C / 25 C / 35 C / 40 C / 45 C / 50 C / 55 C / 65 C / 70 C / 75 C / 80 C / 85 C / 90 C / 95 C / 100 C / 105 C / 110 C / 115 C / 120 C / 125 C
      • Ambient Sensor Participants
      • Critical
        60 C / 25 C / 35 C / 40 C / 45 C / 50 C / 55 C / 65 C / 70 C / 75 C / 80 C / 85 C / 90 C / 95 C / 100 C / 105 C / 110 C / 115 C / 120 C / 125 C
      • Passive
        43 C / 25 C / 35 C / 40 C / 45 C / 50 C / 55 C / 60 C / 65 C / 70 C / 75 C / 80 C / 85 C / 90 C / 95 C / 100 C / 105 C / 110 C / 115 C / 120 C / 125 C
      • DDR Sensor Participants
      • Critical
        81 C / 25 C / 35 C / 40 C / 45 C / 50 C / 55 C / 60 C / 65 C / 70 C / 75 C / 80 C / 85 C / 90 C / 95 C / 100 C / 105 C / 110 C / 115 C / 120 C / 125 C
      • Passive
        62 C / 25 C / 35 C / 40 C / 45 C / 50 C / 55 C / 60 C / 61 C / 65 C / 70 C / 75 C / 80 C / 85 C / 90 C / 95 C / 100 C / 105 C / 110 C / 115 C / 120 C / 125 C


  • Scenario Design Power
  • Brand String
    N2805/06 / N3510/20 / N2910/20 / N2810/15/20 / J2850/2900 / J1850/1900 / J1750/1800

System Component

  • System Power and Performance (PnP) Configuration
  • SoC PnP Setting
    Auto Detect / Disable / Ax Stepping / Bx Stepping
  • CFIO/GPIO PnP Setting
    Disable / Enable
  • LPC PnP Setting
    Disable / Enable
  • FSA ON
    OFF / ON

Debug Configuration

  • ACPI Memory Debug Switch
  • ACPI Memory Debug
    Enable / Disable


  • ExI
    Disable / Enable
  • WITT Configuration
  • Enable WITT
    Disable / Enable
  • Enable UTS(Uart Test Suite)
    Disable / Enable


  • Lakemore Configuration:
  • Memory Allocation Size
    0 KiB / 16000 KiB / 8000 KiB / 1000 KiB / 128 KiB
  • PDM/Dfx Setting
    PDM On / Perf Mode / Power Save / Debug Reserved
  • PDM Msg Output
    Disable / Main Memory / IO - TBD


  • Enable DB2 Table
    Enable / Disable


  • PM Weights
    Enable / Disable


  • Disable Codec ALC-262
    NO / YES

Secure Boot Configuration

Set Secure Boot information

  • Current SecureBoot State
    Disabled
    Option Greyed Out
  • Attempt Secure Boot
    [ ] / [X]
  • Secure Boot Mode
    Standard Mode / Custom Mode
    • Custom Secure Boot Options
      • PK Options
        • Enrolll PK
          • Enroll PK Using File
        • Delete PK
      • KEK Options
        • Enroll KEK
          • Enroll KEK using File
          • Signature GUID
          • Commit Changes and Exit
          • Discard Changes and Exit
        • Delete KEK
      • DB Options
        • Enroll Signature
          • Enroll Signature Using File
          • Signature GUID
          • Commit Changes and Exit
          • Discard Changes and Exit
        • Delete Signature
      • DBX Options
        • Enroll Signature
          • Enroll Signature Using File
          • Signature GUID
          • Commit Changes and Exit
          • Discard Changes and Exit
        • Delete Signature

Network Device List

  • Network Device List
  • MAC:--:--:--:--:--:--
    • Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller (MAC:--:--:--:--:--:--)
      • Basic information about the Gigabit Ethernet
    • IPv4 Network Configuration
      • Configured
        [ ] / [X]
        • Enable DHCP
          [ ] / [X]
        • Local IP Address
          __
        • Local NetMask
          __
        • Local IP Gateway
          __
        • Save Changes and Exit

Boot Maintenance Manager

Boot Options

  • Go Back To Main Page

Add Boot Option

There will be a list of bootable options here

Delete Boot Option

  • EFI Internal Shell
    [ ] / [X]
  • EFI USB Device
    [ ] / [X]
  • Commit Changes and Exit
  • Discard Changes and Exit

Change Boot Order

  • Change the order
    <EFI Internal Shell>
    <EFI USB Device>
  • Commit Changes and Exit
  • Discard Changes and Exit

Driver Options

  • Go Back To Main Page

Add Driver Options

  • Add Driver Option Using File

Delete Driver Option

  • Commit Changes and Exit
  • Discard Changes and Exit

Change Driver Order

  • Commit Changes and Exit
  • Discard Changes and Exit

Console Options

  • Go Back To Main Page

Console Input Device Select

  • UEFI Path for Serial
    [X] / [ ]
  • Commit Changes and Exit
  • Discard Changes and Exit

Console Output Device Select

  • UEFI Path ACPI Address
    [X] / [ ]
  • UEFI Path Serial Address
    [X] / [ ]
  • Commit Changes and Exit
  • Discard Changes and Exit

Console Standard Error Device Select

  • UEFI Path ACPI Address
    [ ] / [X]
  • UEFI Path Serial Address
    [ ] / [X]
  • Commit Changes and Exit
  • Discard Changes and Exit

Console Output Mode Select

  • Set Console Output Mode
    100 x 31 / 80 x 25
  • Commit Changes and Exit
  • Discard Changes and Exit

COM Attribute Setup Page

  • Go Back To Main Page
Set COM Attributes
  • Set COM Baud Rate
    115200 / 57600 / 38400 / 19200 / 9600 / 7200 / 4800 / 3600 / 2400 / 1800 / 1200 / 600 / 300 / 150 / 134 / 110 / 75 / 50
  • Set COM Data Bits
    8 / 5 / 6 / 7
  • Set COM Parity
    None / Even / Odd / Mark / Space
  • Set COM Stop Bits
    One / One and A Half / Two
  • Set COM Terminal Type
    PC_ANSI / VT_100 / VT_100_PLUS / VT_UTF8
  • Set COM Flow Control
    None / Hardware


  • Commit Changes and Exit
  • Discard Changes and Exit

Discard Changes and Exit

Boot From File

  • UEFI Path

Set Boot Next Value

  • Boot Next Value
    NONE / EFI Internal Shell / EFI USB Device
  • Commit Changes and Exit
  • Discard Changes and Exit

Set Time Out Value

  • Auto Boot Time-out
    [5\ / Range: 0-65535 seconds. 0 is no wait, 65535 is wait for key press
  • Commit Changes and Exit
  • Discard Changes and Exit

Reset System