On 21.05.2018 11:04, Jan Zuber wrote:
I did it like in the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyxgYnOcsTw
The reading of the original ROM worked.
Now the laptop was lying around longer and I tried again with the command:
flashrom -p linux_spi: dev = / dev / spidev0.0, spispeed = 128 * -w * name of libreboot rom * -V -c * bios chip name *
And it has been verified.
If flashrom says "VERIFIED", it's job is done.
Only now I have a black screen, the fan is short and nothing else happens.
You should talk to libreboot folks then. The image might be incompatible with your hardware or maybe you did something wrong when preparing the image.
Well, one idea I have left: You could return to the vendor BIOS, verify that everything works and then flash libreboot only without disabling the ME. For this you should add these options to your flashrom command: --ifd -i bios This way, it would only flash the BIOS part.
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