I have a problem with time and data at bios and I decided update bios to latest version via UEFI Shell according to your manual https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000030811/mini-pcs/intel-compute-sticks.htm... but I got problem: every time when I run flash-procedure I have error "Capsule update failure. Unable to query system capabilities"
When I choose at bios OS Windows 8.1/10 I have another problem "Image type x64 is not supported by this IA32 Shell"
Can you send me working version of flasher or bios? What keys uses to flash all BIOS blocks (like /p /b /n /k or -f)?
Another topic about date and time https://forums.intel.com/s/question/0D50P0000490T9ISAU/stck1a32wfc-timedate-lost?language=en_US
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/27583/BIOS-Update-FCBYT10H-86A- this version have Express BIOS Update
I`m using now version 0038. Can I safely, according to this method, downgrade bios to version 0036?
I don't want to hijack this thread, but seem to me that there is misunderstanding here. I've instructed @ANTIBIOTIK86 in my posts above how to perform bios update using F7 key and bios recovery from Power Button Menu with F4 key. However according to ANTIBIOTIK86 replay (and the attached image to his post), the recovery wasn't complete and only Main and Graphic blocks where updated. So, the question now is - ist it the correct result, only two blocks are updated?
I ran BIOS update and had no issues at all, I used the .bio file and [F7] option during boot up.
Everything was properly updated as far as it was reported on the screen.
It's looks like that ANTIBIOTIK86 is not following our advices? I have instructed how to update bios with F7 method and later how to recover bios from Power button Menu.
Uefiflash.efi is not supported on the original Compute Stick FC. Only way to flash the BIOS is using the F7 Flash key during POST. I don't know why that tool was included in the BIOS zip. Plus, that tool is for the x64 version of EFI Shell. FC comes with the x32 version so it will not work anyway.
As for the Time & Date being off, the battery in the Compute Sticks was very limited so if you had it unplugged for any length of time it is probably dead. My battery lasted about 6 months only. As long as the unit is plugged into the wall, the time and date should keep fine.
As for only seeing "Main Block Firmware" and "Graphics Firmware" being updated when you flash, that is normal for the Compute Sticks. They have a very limited BIOS so you will not see most things like normal NUC BIOS have.