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INTEL DQ35MP MOTHERBOARD UEFI BOOT

HIMADRI
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Sir, I have intel DQ35MP motherboard and my bios is JOQ3510J.86A.0942.2008.0807.1958
I create a windows 10 32bit USB with UEFI boot and I enable the option in bios boot section UEFI BOOT but I couldn't get any secure boot option for that reason I tried to boot my USB but it's not starting.
Can you please help me where I can found the Secure boot or what is the issue with UEFI boot
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n_scott_pearson
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What part of my response didn't you understand? No, there are no other BIOS versions available. Unprovision your system, do the BIOS Recovery and then you can reprovision.

...S

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AlHill
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What OS are you trying to install?

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)

HIMADRI
Beginner
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Sir, I am using latest windows 10 20h2 32bit
AlHill
Super User
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Go here and let Microsoft create your USB install media. 

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

Just use a USB2 stick of 8GB or more, select the appropriate options and MS will create your install media.  Do NOT use rufus or a linix or mac formatted usb stick.

When you boot the stick, via F10, you should see the UEFI entry for the stick.

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)

HIMADRI
Beginner
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Sir, is my bios have any secure boot enable/disable option. I didn't find it.

And, sir in website I found a list that is my bios is too old , is I need to update my bios ?
AlHill
Super User
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Do not worry about secure boot.  You do not need it.

As for the bios, I have attached 1143p.

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)

HIMADRI
Beginner
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Sir, I have already have downloaded WINDOWS 10 iso and media creation tool is again run to download the iso.
Can you please tell me about alternative application for create bootable ISO with the download file
AlHill
Super User
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In the link I provided from Microsoft, they will create the bootable media usb stick.  Just sit back and relax, and Microsoft will take care of you.

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)

HIMADRI
Beginner
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Sir, I create a new windows 10 bootable USB and format my computer and make the HDD as GPT partitions that is was going good but after the restart it's does not detected the HDD but in bios I can find the HDD as boot
AlHill
Super User
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You only need to let MS make the install media.  You do not format the HDD or do anything, except during the install.  During the install, choose CUSTOM, and delete ALL the partitions on the drive you want to install on.

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)

HIMADRI
Beginner
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Sir, I downloaded and installed ms media creation tool and then I create a bootable USB that is running good but my computer does not detect HDD UEFI boot or GPT partitions. It's run only in legacy boot. It's BIOS issue or any other?

And sir, I didn't know how I can update the bios which you provide me. I tried f7 but it's not working. Please help me
AlHill
Super User
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This is more difficult than I thought it would be.

First, the bios:  Use the bios recovery method here with your usb stick:

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005630/boards-and-kits.html

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)

HIMADRI
Beginner
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Sir, when I was going to update my motherboard DQ35MP BIOS update and I see the release note their have a note that is : Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) provisioning for Intel® AMT will fail
if this version of BIOS was updated using BIOS recovery.
Can you please provide any older version of BIOS of my pc which is support flash2 Utility or F7.

And, sir Can you please provide how I can backup my original bios for any future issues
n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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First of all, to be specific regarding your previous question, there is no version of the BIOS that supports UEFI Secure Boot. That capability was not introduced until long after this board was released.

My check of the Wayback Machine did not yield any versions of the BIOS other than 1143. This means that you will be required to upgrade to 1143 using the BIOS Recovery process. This also means that you will need to unprovision the system before performing this update and will need to provision again afterwards. Your only other alternative is to stay with the BIOS release you are on.

There is no capability provided for backing up the BIOS. You could produce a backup of the flash component.

...S

 

HIMADRI
Beginner
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Sir, As release note if I directly update with 1143 bios then the Public Key Infrastructure is failed when I performed it through recovery bios update. For that reason I want to run older bios and then I update with this by using F7.
My current bios is not support F7 and after the release BIOS Version 1122 it's added . Can you please provide any bios with F7 key support
n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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What part of my response didn't you understand? No, there are no other BIOS versions available. Unprovision your system, do the BIOS Recovery and then you can reprovision.

...S

HIMADRI
Beginner
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Ok sir, then I tried to update this bios. Thanks you sir
AlHill
Super User
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@willim444   Everything you need to know is in this thread.  Read it completely, and look at the photos.

If you are doing this for Windows 11, do not waste your time.

If you are doing this for Windows 10, the board and processor are not supported for Windows 10.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Maybe Windows 12 will be better]

AlHill
Super User
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If everything is working, and you are experiencing no problems, leave it alone.

 

What has lit this desire to mess with the board?  What OS are you using?  What is your current bios?

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Maybe Windows 12 will be better]

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