Intel® Server Board S2600ST Family BIOS and Firmware Update Package for UEFI

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4/28/2020

Introduction

This download record contains the BIOS and firmware update package for the Intel® Server Board S2600ST Family for UEFI. (02.01.0011), read firmware dependencies in requirements section

Available Downloads

  • OS Independent
  • Size: 30.2 MB
  • SHA1: 09125A51041CF39B6F39EB3874D739F25FBD3552

Detailed Description

System firmware requirements

To update the system firmware stack to the versions included in this update package, the currently loaded system firmware stack on the system must meet the following:

System BIOS - R02.01.0010
ME Firmware - 04.01.04.339
BMC Firmware - 2.37.1f190479
FRUSDR - 1.78

Failure to get to the required firmware stack, may cause unexpected results.

If the system doesn't currently meet the above system firmware requirements,
you must download a previously-posted System Update Package (SUP) and update
the system to the preceding described firmware revisions before updating the
system to the firmware stack included in this package.

Supported products

Intel® Server Board S2600ST Family

See the Demo on How to update BIOS and Firmware on the Intel® Server Board S2600ST Family.

This update package includes the following production level system firmware
updates:

System BIOS - R02.01.0011
ME Firmware - 04.01.04.339
BMC Firmware - 2.42.d0b788a4
FRUSDR - 1.79

Firmware update tools

  • iFlash32_V14_1_Build14
  • FWPIAUPD_v14_1_Build16
  • FRUSDR_V14_1_Build17

To see firmware updates and troubleshooting tips

See the release notes and readme files for installation instructions, supported hardware, what is new, bug fixes, and known issues.
Click the link Read Me (pdf) below to download the BIOS update instructions in Simplified Chinese.

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