This download record contains the bridge BIOS and Firmware Update Package for the Intel® Server Board S1200SP Family for EFI (03.01.2032 [Bridge]).
- OS Independent
- Size: 7.4 MB
- SHA1: A472CBFC69D7F4A326166642F8A60C849C43FD6B
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ
Due to additional integrated BIOS features, the Intel® Server Board S1200SP BIOS binary regions have surpassed their original design sizes.
Install bridge BIOS version 03.01.2032 to redefine the binary regions before attempting to update the BIOS firmware to version 03.01.0038 or later.
After updating to bridge BIOS version 03.01.2032, immediately update to formal production BIOS version 03.01.0038 or later.
This download contains the bridge BIOS and firmware update package for the Intel® Server Boards S1200SPL, S1200SPS, S1200SPO, and appropriate Intel® Server Systems.
- Refer first to the release notes files for detailed information before starting the firmware update.
- The software contains open-source software. The associated open-source licenses are included with the source code.
See the release notes for installation instructions, supported hardware, what is new, bug fixes, and known issues.
This download is valid for the product(s) listed below.
- Intel® Server Board S1200SPL
- Intel® Server Board S1200SPS
- Intel® Server Board S1200SPO
- Intel® Server System R1304SPOSHBN
- Intel® Server System R1304SPOSHOR
- Intel® Server System R1208SPOSHOR
- Intel® Server Board S1200SPOR
- Intel® Server System R1304SPOSHBNR
- Intel® Server System R1304SPOSHORR
- Intel® Server Board S1200SPLR
- Intel® Server Board S1200SPSR
- Intel® Server System R1208SPOSHORR
- Intel® Server System LR1304SPCFG1
- Intel® Server System LSVRP4304ES6XXR
- Intel® Server System LSVRP4304ES6XX1
- Intel® Server System LR1304SPCFG1R
- Intel® Server System LR1304SPCFSGX1
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