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Nuc10 legacy S3 resume fail rate with TPM disable

HPBird
Beginner
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Hi Intel,

This is my platform information,

Nuc10i7FNH

BIOS: FNCML357.0046

 

Disable the BIOS TPM Setup,

  1. Security Page -> Intel Platform Trust Technology [un-check].
  2. Change Modern Standby => Legacy S3.

 

Enter windows (20H2/19H1)

Doing legacy S3 sleep/resume several time, it will stick in BIOS wake (check windows event log just see the HW power failed).

 

HPBird

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n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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AFAIK, switching from Modern Standby to Legacy S3 requires a reinstallation of Windows 10. You should have received a warning indicating that this was necessary when you made the change. Did you not?

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LeonWaksman
Super User
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Switching from Modern Standby to Legacy S3 doesn't requires a reinstallation of Windows 10 if it is done after setting Windows boot mode to SAFE. I did this in my N UC10i7FNH. My hardware configuration is even quite complicated because my Windows is installed on SATA 2.5" HDD accelerated with 16GB Optane memory.

I've checked the resume from S3 state several times in both configurations: with Intel Platform Trust Technology enabled (I'm working) and then disabled. Each time my NUC resumed without any problem

Leon

HPBird
Beginner
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Hi Leon/Scott/Intel,

Thanks for reply and share Info.

  •  Yes, I have re-installed a new OS with Legacy S3 mode.

I just try again, I am sure it will stick in TPM disable when legacy S3 resume. (Just only change the Intel PTT Enable/Disable)

Just provide my site configuration and test procedure. hope we have the same result.

Platform Config:

  • Memory 24G, (Dimm1/Dimm2): (16/8)
  • BIOS:  0046 (Latest)
  • OS version: 19H2 (I also have check on 20H2, but system have been re-installed)
  • NVME: Samsung 970 PRO NVMe SSD with OPAL.

On BIOS Setup Page.

  • Press F9 to load default.
  • change the follow item:
    • USB S4/S5 Power [Check(Enable)]
    • Wake on USB from S5 [Check(Enable)]
    • Intel Platform Trust Technology [Un-check(Disable)]
    • Smbios Event Log [Disable]
  • Press F10, save and exit

On Windows,

  • #1 Click Sleep option -> check LED blink (0.5sec) and wait 1 min (make sure system just keep S3 power) -> USB wake.
  • Please re-try the step several times. I often see it hangs at third-times. first #1 time can wake success.

 

HPBird

LeonWaksman
Super User
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Have checked again. Windows resumed five times.

As I wrote in previous post, I've HDD + Optane, 8 GB (2 x 4GB)SO DIMM. Since I use Optane acceleration, the SATA mode in BIOS is set to Intel RST with Optane instead of AHCI. All other parameters are the same.

 

Leon

 

AndrewG_Intel
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Hello @HPBird

Thank you for posting on the Intel® communities.

We are checking this thread and we would like to know if you need further assistance. Please do not hesitate to contact us back if you have additional inquiries.


Best regards,

Andrew G.

Intel Customer Support Technician


HPBird
Beginner
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Hi Intel,

Thanks a lot for double verify the issue. seems it is only happen on my site.

I have no other question.

 

Thanks

HPBird

AndrewG_Intel
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Hello @HPBird

Thank you very much for your response. 

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