cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

ASUS M13H new BIOS 1007 officially released

sl910
Level 9
Hi,

A new BIOS has just been officially released by ASUS for the Maximus 13 Hero MB. Version 1007, date august 3rd.

The release notes:
-------------
ROG MAXIMUS XIII HERO BIOS 1007
"Support WIN 11 installed or upgraded
------------

Link: https://rog.asus.com/motherboards/rog-maximus/rog-maximus-xiii-hero-model/helpdesk_bios

Best regards

sl910
145 Views
24 REPLIES 24

Ataemonus
Level 11
Because I'd rather not be forced to have features enabled. And yeah, as I said, chosing Discrete TPM option no longer saves, unless perhaps an actual Discrete TPM Module in installed, otherwise the option reverts to Firmware TPM, which basically means TPM is always enabled, but parts of it can be disabled in another sub menu.

Ataemonus wrote:
Because I'd rather not be forced to have features enabled. And yeah, as I said, chosing Discrete TPM option no longer saves, unless perhaps an actual Discrete TPM Module in installed, otherwise the option reverts to Firmware TPM, which basically means TPM is always enabled, but parts of it can be disabled in another sub menu.


As said before, you should stick to the threads dedicated to your mobo. This is not happening with the M13H, nor were any of your claims about a re-uploaded BIOS true. Yes, the TPM setting on BIOS versions 1007 and 1202 is enabled by default, but once disabled, it sticks to that.

Ataemonus
Level 11
If you keep posting the same regurgitated thing over and over again, especially without reading, does not make it true.

Ataemonus wrote:
If you keep posting the same regurgitated thing over and over again, especially without reading, does not make it true.


I have to apologize Ataemonus, you were right. I still can't understand what it is being caused by. Since I flashed the new BIOS (1202) 2 weeks ago, I have been checking daily in BIOS whether the PTT setting stays on disabled. It did, until yesterday, after almost two weeks. When I booted up my machine, I again went into BIOS to check on it and to my surprise, the setting was suddenly, without me changing it, set to enabled. Windows Update was happily reporting that my PC is finally eligible to upgrade to Windows 11, like the worst nightmare coming true. Whatever I was doing and changing in BIOS, it took over all the changes, except this one. PC turned off, just to start booting and immediately turning off and back on with PTT enabled.

What the hell Asus? How is this even a thing? And why did it start happening after such a long time and not immediately?

Ataemonus
Level 11
No worries.
Sometimes when BIOS is updated, sometimes when CPU is changed, some settings are not saved properly, old values are kept.
Probably why for you it happened just recently with the TPM.
Happened to me countless times on the many systems I build and maintain. This is why I always do a Clear CMOS after a BIOS update or a RAM or CPU upgrade.
But, as I said, it can be partially disabled if you set TPM to Firmware mode, then in the specific PTT or TPM menu you disable everything from there.
If you do not see those menus, try a Clear CMOS.

I have no idea what Windows 11 compatibility report is, as the systems I maintain with the Z590 chipset all have Windows 11 already installed (not my systems, not my choice), with the TPM bypass by Rufus.
Even my own system has W11, to be honest, Windows 11 is not so bad with StartAllBack and several tweaks, lol. It's an UI mess, as bad as it can be, but stability is quite decent.
But granted, I do not game, so cannot speak for gaming performance, I just work and browse from my system.

PS. It's not just ASUS, by the way, same thing happens with Gigabyte as well, TPM is forced to Enabled. Cannot speak for MSI, ASRock and so on, as I do not have access to any systems using such boards.