Intel® Server Board S1200SP BIOS and Firmware Update for Intel® One Boot Flash Update (Intel® OFU) Utility and WinPE*

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10/26/2018

Introduction

This download record contains the BIOS and firmware update package for the Intel® Server Board S1200SP Family for Intel® One Boot Flash Update utility and WinPE* (03.01.0038).

Available Downloads

  • OS Independent
  • Size: 27.6 MB
  • SHA1: 1D07844C34897D960D1986B45B73B28831C966DF

Detailed Description

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.

Prior to update your system to BIOS version 03.01.0038, it's required to update the system to bridge BIOS version 03.01.2032.

System will fail to update the BIOS FW to version 03.01.0038 if the currently BIOS FW installed on the system is not 03.01.2032.

Overview

This download contains the BIOS and firmware update package for Intel® One Boot Flash Update (Intel® OFU) utility and Windows Preboot Execution Environment* with Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) support for the Intel® Server Boards S1200SPL, S1200SPS, S1200SPO, and appropriate Intel® Server Systems.

How to update BIOS and Firmware on the Intel® Server Board S1200SP Family

Note

  • Install this update package using Intel® One Boot Flash Update (Intel® OFU) v14.0 Build 15 or later.
  • Downgrade from this version over to 2032/1029/2028/0026 or lower is not supported.
  • 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.

This update package includes the following production-level system firmware updates:

  • BIOS: 03.01.0038 
  • ME: 04.01.04.054 
  • BMC: 1.14.11207
  • FRUSDR: 0.27

Product and Performance Information

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