My problem is that during boot, after the POST screen, when the AMT part should say that 'press Ctrl+P' to enter, now there's a two lines header and a RED "ME error" message. It appears only for a couple of seconds.
Can anyone tell why can I get this error message, and whether a CMOS reset can really clear the problem? I believe I started to get this message after a Vista crash, and my date was wrong in the BIOS, but everything works fine (no virus, etc.), only I got devices in the Device manager related to AMT - I figured out (PCI bus 0, device 3, function 0).
Other than that I've disabled LAN boot now, there's not really more to have in BIOS for AMT.
Do you know any resource information location I can find how to reset the CMOS in a notebook (intro, photos, description)?!
ERROR, unable to communicate to Intel ME...Input Rejected....
I dont know what is the reason for this error and what could be the other possible solution to this problem.
Did you do a CMOS reset? For this, disconnect the power cord and LAN cable. Remove the CMOS battery for 15 secs and insert it back in. This time when you power on, ME settings will revert to factory defaults. The default user name and password is admin/admin. Please remember to change it to a strong password before configuring the ME further.