[Solved] Bricked UP Board
Was trying to upgrade the 2016 bios that comes default with the UP board(UP-CHT01-A10-0116) and followed the directions on the bios update wiki: https://wiki.up-community.org/Bios_Update.
I downloaded the 2018 bios zip ( UPC1DM11) on the following page:https://downloads.up-community.org/download/up-board-uefi-bios-upc1dm11/.
Per the directions on the wiki, you must run go_64.nsh for the up board at the prompt to begin the flashing. If you are using up squared, you run go.nsh. Unfortunately, the zip for the regular up board I downloaded had only go.nsh. So I assumed the wiki was out of date and that go.nsh took care of the differences between the up and up squared boards. But, after running go.nsh and the programming process completed, the board never restarted(looks like it is bricked). So I'm assuming the documentation is correct that you must run go_64.nsh, even though it is missing in the correct? zip I downloaded.
Is there another zip for the up board with go_64.nsh in it? I found the aforementioned zip via the link in the wiki. It appears UPC1DM11.zip is for the regular up board, and the link for up squared is UPA1AM33.zip. Or is the go.nsh correct for both boards and the wiki is wrong?
My motivation for flashing the board is that I'm trying to enable Intel debugging, and my understanding is that I need to enable DCI for that. DCI wasn't in the 2016 bios, and I saw that the option was included in the 2018 update for up squared, so I assumed it might have been applied to the bios update for the regular up board as well. No need to address that here though, I've created a seperate thread that covers my questions about enabling DCI.
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