[coreboot] [baytrail_FSP] question about lpss device with ACPI mode in win8
blessyichen at gmail.com
Fri May 20 09:16:48 CEST 2016
Sorry for the information is not clear. The MR5 that I mean is intel
release coreboot source code and FSP in intel web side. In the debug
message I find the version is coreboot4.0.
in my previous mail, the MR5 is included intel coreboot source code and FSP
2016-05-17 11:36 GMT+08:00 Zoran Stojsavljevic <
zoran.stojsavljevic at gmail.com>:
> Hello Cheng,
> I am afraid, I have no ideas anymore what could be wrong. But I have for
> you one suggestion (path to resolution, maybe).
> No idea what you are using. In the sense BYT-FSP (MR5) -> Coreboot ->
> (payload???). You either use SeaBIOS (CSM ON), or Tiano Core/EK2 (CSM OFF).
> I would suggest the following: since it depends what payload you use
> because you would like to reuse your old HDD with WIN 8.1, to make test
> very short (no need to install other HDD with WIN 8.1).
> Please, take real UEFI BIOS (for BYT-M N2807 it is Client Group 64bit
> A093.R42 or later), and install it on some INTEL CRB (BayleyBay or
> BakerSport) where you already have N2807. Then, in relations what payload
> you are using, you need to set CSM ON or CSM OFF, to make work/reuse your
> original HDD with WIN 8.1.
> Please, after you are able to bring your INTEL BYT-M CRB to WIN 8.1,
> reboot, and again enter BIOS CMOS. There, under system setup/advanced
> settings, you should be able to find southbridge setup, where one of the
> options is LPSS.
> Please, experiment, with settings within LPSS mode (PCI and ACPI), and,
> please, report here do you have the same as with BYT-FSP MR5 settings as
> you use "pcdlpsssioenablepcimode" to "LPSS_PCI_MODE_DISABLE" and
> "ENABLE/DEFAULT" (do you see the same behavior in WIN 8.1 device manager)?
> Thank you,
> On Mon, May 16, 2016 at 2:06 PM, cheng yichen <blessyichen at gmail.com>
>> Hi Zoran
>> Base on the version Baytrail_coreboot_MR5_Dec-21-2015(coreboot) that is
>> released by Intel.
>> In the coreboot(Intel released and defautle is acpi mode) I can install
>> driver and device is workable in win8.
>> I can see hs-uart controller in device manage and no yellow mark.
>> In last coreboot source code. after I modify "pcdlpsssioenablepcimode" to
>> "LPSS_PCI_MODE_DISABLE". Then the lpss device will be confgured to ACPI
>> but the hs-uart controller and I2C controller will shown yellow mark in
>> win8 device manager.
>> Because the main controller is not workable in win8. I don't check the
>> sub-device device.
>> 2016-05-16 17:16 GMT+08:00 Zoran Stojsavljevic <
>> zoran.stojsavljevic at gmail.com>:
>>> Hello Cheng,
>>> Again, I'll repeat my questions:
>>>  Are you talking about BIOS, where you are enabling in LPSS ACPI
>>> (disabling automatically PCI) mode?
>>>  I need better explanation of your use case... Are you using BYT MR4,
>>> then MR5, or instead MR4 BIOS, or...?
>>>  For WIN8.1 you need to have the following:
>>> For BIOS to work (and get rid off these yellow triangles with
>>> question marks):
>>> [A] ACPI mode in BIOS: South Cluster Configuration -> LPSS & SCC
>>> Configuration -> LPSS LPSS & SCC
>>> Devices Mode -> Select "ACPI Mode";
>>> [B] The GPIO controller driver is/should be prerequisite for
>>> HS-UART driver. There is a document named:
>>> Intel_Processor_Win8_IO_Drivers_Gold_MR1. You should ask for
>>> it from INTEL support. If installed
>>> correctly, you should see HS-UART Controller device under
>>> System Devices in Device Manager. Also
>>> new unknown devices should appear: ACPI\BCM2E1A and
>>> ACPI\BCM4752. These devices are for
>>> HS-UART Sub Device Driver;
>>> [C] You should compile the UART Sub Device Driver (by 1.2.1 of
>>> Intel Atom E3800 Win8.1 HS-UART Sub
>>> Device Driver Sample Code Guide_1.0), and install after
>>> building them. After that you should see Ports in
>>> Device Manager.
>>> On Fri, May 13, 2016 at 5:43 AM, cheng yichen <blessyichen at gmail.com>
>>>> HI all
>>>> I try to enable Lpss device(i2c hs-uart) with ACPI mdoe.
>>>> i2c and hs-uart will show yellow mark in device manager with win8.1.
>>>> but I can't find the same issue in intel coreboot(versrion MR5).
>>>> Do you have any idea for the issue? Thank you
>>>> coreboot mailing list: coreboot at coreboot.org
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