Hello everybody !
I want to know how to power on my Itel Compute Stick automatically when a power energy is apply, so i want to avoid the power button, turning on automatically.
I saerched on the forum and i saw some settings like "After failure", but in my BIOS, the only options for that is "state S0 or state S5", and any of both works.
Then, i tried to upgrade my BIOS, but i have never been able to enter to my USB flash: firstly y formatted my USB as FAT 32, then i downloaded the .bio file and i place it inside my USB (also i tried putting the file inside efi/boot/ folder,). Then i disable secure boot option on BIOS. But nothing works, when i select my USB, nothing happen and the stick continue booting to the SO.
Any help please ?
- If this is Intel Compute Stick, see how for example Model STK1AW32SC is identified: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005941/mini-pcs/intel-compute-sticks.htm...
- In addition you may enter Bios, and open Sysem Identification Information on Main screen. Then, you will see Product Name. See the attached images.
That is not sound like an Intel Compute Stick. Take pictures of both sides of this device and attach them to a response message using the paperclip icon to the far left of the Answer button. We can then (touch wood) help you determine what manufacturer you need to contact regarding your issue.
This definitely isn't one of the Intel Compute Stick products. It's some sort of third-party clone. Unfortunately, without outer skin or more information displayed in BIOS Setup, I can't say anymore about it or whose product it is.
No, it doesn't. There are a whole slew of manufacturers who produced Compute Stick-like products using the Z3735F processor. That was the go-to processor for these products as well as many of the cheaper Tablets.
Sir ! I could !! I had to change "USE IA_APPS_RUN or CAP": to IA_APPS_CAP, then reboot and it appeared a "S5 charging configuration section", and inside this i had to enable S-CHARGING driver and S5 LPM Settings.
Thank you so much !